The Opel Mokka is Suv subcompact crossover engineered and manufactured by the automaker Opel German since 2012. Opel Mokka is now built in Bupyeong, South Korea Zaragoza, Spain. It is also available as the Vauxhall Mokka in the United Kingdom and the Buick Encore in North America and China.
Opel Mokka Production
The Opel Mokka well under the Antara system in the Opel and is available in both front-wheel and four-wheel drive versions. Mokka name comes from the small, the round coffee beans of Coffea arabica variety. The Mokka is based on the platform GM Gamma II and is available with three engines: a 115 PS (85 kW, 113 BHP) 1.6-liter petrol, a 140 PS (103 kW, 138 BHP) -1.4 liter Turbo petrol with 130 PS (96 kW , 128 hp) 1.7 diesel. The option of four-wheel drive is a ‘smart’ 4×4 system that maintains 100% of the drive at front wheels until the system detects slip, we start fast or tight cornering, in which case it can send 50% of the torque to the rear wheels.
Opel Mokka And Buick Encore
The Buick Encore version of the Mokka unveiled at Detroit’s 2012 North American International Auto Show and officially went on sale in January 2013. It is the first subcompact Buick crossover and is available in front or all-wheel drive. Currently the only powertrain offered is a 1.4-liter Turbo petrol engine coupled to a gearbox six-speed automatic.  AMC / Renault briefly used the name Encore on its 1984-86 subcompact hatchback. The Buick Encore is also sold in China.
Opel Mokka Engine
The 1.6 is only available with a 5-speed gearbox manual. Some of the 6-speed manual gearboxes as standard, but the 1.7 CDTI (2WD) is available with an automatic 6-speed options.