Skoda launches Kodiaq Scout

Published 04 October 2017

Skoda has introduced the Kodiaq Scout, which gets a 4x4 system as standard, along with more rugged styling. A choice of 1.4 TSI, 2.0 TSI and 2.0 TDI engines is offered and prices start at £32,330. Orders are open now.

Styling changes for the Scout include off road front and rear bumpers finished in silver, with 19-inch alloy wheels and Scout badges. There’s also an engine guard and underbody stone guard to provide some extra protection when tackling rough tracks.

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The 4x4 system includes an off-road driving mode, which adapts the chassis, engine and brakes to better suit rough terrain, plus there’s a hill-descent control system that automatically maintains a safe speed on steep slopes. Inside, the Kodiaq Scout features Alcantara upholstery, wood inlays and aluminium pedals. Seven seats are fitted as standard.

The entry-level engine is a 1.4 TSI with 150PS, available with either a six-speed manual or seven-speed DSG. The 150PS 1.6 TDI is also available with either a manual or automatic transmission, while the 180PS 2.0 TSI and 190PS 2.0 TDI come with a DSG gearbox as standard. 

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gavsmit    on 4 October 2017

A series of recent model launches from the VW stable featuring ridiculously high prices for their products has totally turned me off all their brands.

I thought Skoda was supposed to signify value for money......obviously not any more with these premium prices.

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