Buying a used Skoda Yeti - which diesel is best?

I need a compact 4x4 with an automatic gearbox. I've seen two used Skoda Yetis for sale, both diesels with 10k on the clock. One is a 170PS, the other a 150PS with AdBlue. Which would be the best choice for long term ownership?

Asked on 1 November 2016 by neilnct

Answered by Honest John
The 150 with AdBlue. Already has the SCR system so not recalled in EA189 Nox recall. The 170 will be.
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