Tuesday, 26 November 2013

!NEW! Opel Mokka LPG: Great driving fun at Low fuel cost and Emission values

  • 103 kW/140 hp Opel Mokka 1.4 Turbo LPG now available for 23.870 Euros
  • Bivalent drive on LPG and petrol makes particularly high range
  • Costs fall by around 50 percent, CO2 emissions by 13 percent compared to gasoline
  • Full luggage capacity thanks to the space-saving built-in auto gas tanks

New Opel Mokka 1.4 Turbo LPG ecoFLEX
The Opel Mokka can be driven not only by gasoline or diesel fuel, it can also convert LPG in advance: the successful Opel compact SUV is now available as an LPG variant (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) with prices starting at 23,870 euros (SRP including VAT ordered in Germany). The new Opel Mokka 1.4 LPG connects with its bivalent drive the best of two worlds. Optimized for the LPG mode, it can also run on petrol, what distance should increase considerably until the next fuel stop. The Mokka pilot selects just what fuels he wants to keep his car immediately.

Opel Mokka SUV - LPG mode button
The 103 kW/140 hp Opel Mokka 1.4 LPG Autogas needed in the operation 7.7 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers and abuts exemplary 124 grams of CO2 per kilometer on the combined cycle. The environmentally friendly LPG Mokka also satisfies already the strict requirements of the future Euro 6 emissions standard . And not only that: compared to a petrol engine, the fuel expenses decline with LPG by about half.

Low fuel consumption and emission values ​​- therefore carries the mocha LPG Autogas as well as all variants of Opel ecoFLEX range. The LPG supply thus now comprises a total of eleven Opel models. The remaining ten are Insignia four-and five-door hatchback and Sports Tourer, the Astra five-door hatchback and Sports Tourer, Corsa three-and five-door hatchback, ADAM, Meriva and Zafira Tourer.

The compact SUV Opel Mokka is a bestseller in Europe: In Finland and Norway he leads his segment, he is in Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Belgium, Austria and Switzerland in second place. To date, 145,000 orders for the Opel Mokka already received - reason enough to expand its production capacity. From the second half of 2014, the Mokka is therefore made ​​in the Spanish Opel plant in Zaragoza.

Range advantage: With bivalent drive up to 1,300 kilometers

The 103 kW/140 hp 1.4 Turbo LPG engine is designed for dual-mode operation , the driver can easily switch by pressing a button between LPG and petrol mode . The LPG tank has 34 liters, the petrol tank is 53 liters. In this way route are possible up to 1300 km without refueling. Another advantage: The LPG tank is space- saving manner in the spare wheel well in the rear of the Opel Mokka, making the full boot capacity remains unchanged.

Compact: The LPG tank is space- saving manner in the spare wheel well in the rear of the Opel Mokka, bringing the full boot capacity remains unchanged.

Power with responsibility : Portfolio of powerful yet economical engines

For the Opel Mokka so now four powerful yet efficient engines at the start: the 1.6 liter gasoline engine with 85 kW/115 hp, 103 kW/140 hp, the 1.4 Turbo, the 1.7 liter turbo-diesel with 96 kW/130 hp and the new 1.4 LPG with 103 kW/140 hp. The units combine sporty performance with low fuel consumption values, which are among the best in the SUV B- segment.

Low fuel costs, low emissions : LPG is becoming increasingly popular

By far the greatest demand for LPG models is in Italy, followed by high-volume markets such as Germany . LPG is used as a drive solution with customers becoming more popular throughout Europe - and for good reason : the fuel is a practical and cost-effective alternative to conventional petrol and diesel models. With LPG in the tank can be not only the consumption costs by about 50 percent, also benefit the environment . City consumption emits Mocha 1.4 LPG 158 grams of CO2 per kilometer - eleven percent less than its gasoline-powered counterpart with 177 grams . In the combined cycle, there are even a whopping 13 percent less CO2: With LPG the mocha encounters as just 124 grams per kilometer than petrol 139 grams. 

To LPG drivers have to worry about finding a suitable petrol station. In Europe, an extensive network of more than 35,000 service stations for LPG supply provides , in Germany the fuel to more than 6,500 gas stations and so on almost every second is available.

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