There are six main trim levels - 'SE', 'SRi', 'SRi Nav Premium', 'Elite Nav', 'Elite Nav Premium' and 'Ultimate Nav'. Pricing is similar to a Peugeot 2008, which means that it will sit in the £20,000-£30,000 bracket for the combustion models. Which is a little bit of a step up from the previous Mokka X. Think £33,000-£35,000 for the Mokka-e. Still, you'll get a broad selection of technology for that, including on upper-spec models features like adaptive LED matrix headlamps and a 180-degree rear view camera. Vauxhall also promises plenty of camera safety systems as well - things like autonomous braking, traffic sign recognition, Active Lane Assist and adaptive cruise control.
Luxury interior features that you can specify include leather upholstery, alcantara trim and heated driver's seat that can include a massage function. On lower-spec models, you'll get a 7-inch centre dash screen, but you can upgrade that to the 10-inch monitor that's fitted as standard at the top of the range. Talking of the top of the range, that's where you'll find the sporty 'SRi' model, which features 18-inch alloy wheels, a 2-tone paint scheme, a gloss black radiator grille and black and red exterior trim. The cabin features unique seat trimming and red flashes on the instrument binnacle.