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New Skoda Karoq SUV: full UK pricing and specs revealed Skoda's replacement for the Yeti will start from £20,875 when it goes on sale on 3 October Skoda has announced details of UK pricing and specfication for its new Karoq SUV. The replacement for the Yeti will be available to order from 3 October priced from £20,875. That starting price nets you a Karoq with a 113bhp 1.0-litre TSI turbo petrol engine in SE spec, with standard kit including 17-inch alloys, dual-zone climate control, front assist and LED rear lights. You'll need to upgrade to SE L spec (from £23,165 with the same engine) to gain items such as an eight-inch touchscreen sat-nav, keyless entry, LED headlights and Alcantara upholstery. Flagship edition models (from £27,110 with a 148bhp 1.5-litre TSI petrol) include 19-inch alloys, a panoramic sunroof, leather, a more advanced touchscreen and an electric bootlid. Two petrol and two diesel engines will be available at launch. The 1.0-litre and 1.5-litre TSI petrols come with a six-speed manual transmission, but can also be specced with a seven-speed DSG gearbox. 113bhp 1.6-litre and 148bhp 2.0-litre diesels can also be had with the DSG 'box, while the latter comes with the option of four-wheel drive. The Karoq is a notably larger vehicle than the one it replaces. It’s 4,382mm long and 1,841mm wide - figures that are 160mm and almost 50mm up on the Yeti’s dimensions respectively. The Karoq’s wheelbase is 60mm longer too, at 2,638mm if you choose a front-wheel-drive edition (2,630mm for four-wheel-drive models). The new Skoda’s wheelbase figures are identical to those of front- and four-wheel-drive versions of the SEAT Ateca - but that’s no surprise, given that both cars are produced on the VW Group’s MQB chassis architecture. Indeed, there are plenty of family traits visible in the Karoq’s side profile, because it’s strong, sharp shoulder line looks very similar to the Ateca’s. A Skoda family grille and more complex tail-lights do help to separate the VW Group stablemates at the front and rear, but the overall look is more restrained than the funky Yeti’s. We already know that the Skoda Karoq range will expand rapidly over the next 12 months with SportLine and Scout versions arriving. Skoda bosses also admit that a plug-in hybrid is on the cards, while a high-performance Skoda Karoq vRS edition is under consideration. The Czech company’s CEO Bernhard Maier told Auto Express that the firm has already detected customer demand for a faster version of the new SUV - one that could carry the vRS badging that’s currently limited to the Octavia. Skoda Karoq engine range The Karoq is being launched with a line-up of five engines. There are two petrols - a 1.0-litre three-cylinder unit with 113bhp and 175Nm that emits 117g/km of CO2, and a 1.5 four-cylinder producing 148bhp and 250Nm; thanks in part to cylinder deactivation technology, this more potent engine almost matches the triple’s CO2 emissions, at 119g/km. The entry-level diesel is a 1.6-litre motor, producing 113bhp and 250Nm of torque, and emitting 118g/km of CO2. Then there’s a 2.0 with 148bhp and 340Nm - enough for a 0-62mph time of 8.9 seconds, despite the lowest CO2 emissions of the entire Karoq range, at 115g/km. The range-topping motor is a 2.0-litre diesel with 228bhp and 400Nm. It’s offered only with four-wheel drive and a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission (all of the other motors get a six-speed manual and front-drive as standard). Skoda claims it can crack 0-62mph in 7.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 131mph - although its CO2 emissions of 138g/km mean it’s likely to be one of the niche choices in the range, especially in the UK. Read More http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/skoda/karoq/91163/new-skoda-karoq-suv-full-uk-pricing-and-specs-revealed "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
Skoda has facelifted his smallest car. The Fabia. And they did it well! See more in the video!
2018 Skoda Fabia - Interior and Exterior.
Front and rear design updates produce a remarkably high-class appearance, while headlights and front fog lights with new outlines and state-of-the-art lighting technology also freshen up the look of the car. LED headlights and LED rear lights are now being offered for the ŠKODA FABIA for the first time. The choice of alloy wheels has been extended too, including the addition of 18-inch wheels for the hatchback. The redesigned instrument cluster, new trim strips for the dashboard and two-tone finishes for the seats help to give the interior a more noble feel.
The line-up of engines for the ŠKODA FABIA will consist of four petrol drivetrains, each with three cylinders and a capacity of 1.0 litre, whose performance is as eager as it is efficient. The MPI engines feature indirect injection and produce outputs of 44 kW (60 hp) and 55 kW (75 hp) respectively. The two TSI drivetrains are both packed with advanced engineering, including turbocharging and direct petrol injection, enabling them to generate 70 kW (95 hp) and 81 kW (110 hp). Both TSI engines are fitted with gasoline particulate filter. The most powerful of the quartet of engines can be matched with a seven-speed DSG gearbox as an option.
By concentrating on sophisticated petrol engines for its drivetrain portfolio, ŠKODA is paying careful consideration to the requirements of the target groups in the small car segment. Boasting further improved economy and exceptional emissions performance, the state-of-the-art three-cylinder power units are on a par with frugal diesel engines for fuel efficiency.
By expanding the choice of driver assistance systems, ŠKODA AUTO has once again transferred advanced technology from higher vehicle classes to the small car segment. The new Blind Spot Detection feature alerts the driver to the presence of vehicles in the blind spot or approaching rapidly from behind when driving on multi-lane highways. The Rear Traffic Alert system monitors what is going on behind the vehicle and warns of a risk of collision when reversing. Another newly available feature is Light Assist, which automatically switches to low beam as soon as the system detects oncoming traffic or vehicles ahead.
The infotainment system ‘Swing’ now offers a 6.5-inch display and also allows drivers to use the full range of mobile online services from ŠKODA Connect. When equipped with the ’Amundsen ’ navigation system, the ŠKODA FABIA will also now offer the Online Traffic Information service with real-time information on traffic holdups. Meanwhile, innovative SmartLink+ technology makes it possible to enjoy all the benefits of the Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, MirrorLinkTM and SmartGate standards.
The brand’s signature characteristics that set the ŠKODA FABIA apart in the small car segment include a wealth of practical touches designed to increase comfort and functionality in day-to-day use. An even greater number of these ’Simply Clever‘ features is now available. The ice scraper concealed in the fuel filler flap now incorporates, as a new function, a gauge for measuring the tyre tread depth. The car can also be equipped with USB ports for the rear-seat passengers for added comfort. Customers can also opt for a double-sided boot mat. The side compartment in the boot of the ŠKODA FABIA COMBI also features a portable LED flashlight.