The most basic Mokka X comes with Active trim, but ‘basic’ really isn’t the right word. It has Vauxhall’s OnStar system, a 7.0-inch touch-screen, Bluetooth connectivity and dual-zone climate control. Step up to Design Nav trim and it adds a bigger touch-screen and sat-nav, which makes it our favourite trim level, but what’s odd is that despite the extra equipment, its list prices are a couple of grand less. Why? Design Nav is aimed at business users, whereas Active is aimed at private buyers and is available with much better finance offers, which could make it cheaper to buy overall. Beyond that, Elite trim comes with some extra leather trim and sports seats, as well as some extra bling outside, but it’s not worth the extra. Among the options worth considering is the tilt-and-slide sunroof, but we think the very affordable rear-view camera is a must-have. For those of you with what marketing types call an ‘active’ lifestyle, there’s also a wide range of accessories. This includes tow bars, roof boxes and cargo nets, as well as special carriers for bikes, kayaks, skis and surf boards.