In terms of driver assistance, you get blind-spot monitoring, speed sign recognition, adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist and a forward-collision warning system. Should your situation become too far gone for the anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control to be of benefit, dual front, side and curtain airbags are also included.
So confident and decisive on its feet is the new Mokka, ending up in a precarious situation was the furthest thing from my mind. It rides a little higher than the average B-segment hatchback, with a ground clearance of 160mm. But the Opel retains plugged-in, tidy handling character, bolstered by a strong, boosted three-cylinder motor, displacing 1.2 litres. It’s a combination that makes for a hugely entertaining drive, with mannerisms positioning the model as a cut above category peers.