First and foremost, the Skoda Kodiaq leaves you with a solid first impression. Its proportions are clear and precise, its muscular surfaces well resolved. Details such as the curved lines of the bonnet, the roof line and the logically arranged horizontal lines of the tailgate suggest determination, space and functionality. The design is striking with an authentic touch of Scandinavian style, is also functional and robust, exactly what you would expect from an SUV. The Kodiaq is available in seven trim levels: Momentum, Ambition, Ambition Plus, Scout, Comfortline, Executive and Style. Something for everyone!
Skoda sets new standards in terms of functional and intelligent use of space, product quality and excellent value for money. The basic price starts at EUR 27,990, but can easily edge its way to around EUR 50,000 due to various packages and optional extras. Externally, the design of the new Kodiaq reflects its size. The increased width gives the vehicle an impressive appearance, which also gives it a considerable road presence. There is plenty of space inside for up to 7 people. If a move or the transportation of larger items is on the agenda, an incredible cargo space of up to 2,500 litres is available.
The engines of the new Skoda Kodiaq, diesel and petrol and R are equipped with variable exhaust gas recirculation. The engines of the new Skoda Kodiaq are available in two alternatives - a 1.4-litre TSI petrol engine with 105 kW/143 hp or a 1.6-litre TDI turbo diesel with 110 kW/150 hp, both of which drive the front wheels via a 6-speed manual gearbox. The new Skoda Kodiaq comes with all-wheel drive as standard. However, the driving pleasure only truly begins with the models offering 200 hp, because the engine first has to be able to shift a kerb weight of over 1,700 kg.
The interior of the Skoda Kodiaq will make you feel distinctly welcome the minute you get in and immediately makes a high-quality and tidy impression. The dashboard is extensively covered in high-quality soft-touch plastics and features one of those large LCD displays we love to see in modern cars.
The modular infotainment system includes a high-resolution touchscreen with a logical menu structure, a sound system tailored to the vehicle type and voice control. This gives the driver direct access to important functions without compromising safety and is available for Apple CarPlay™ / Android Auto™ / MirrorLink®. MIB technology also offers navigation systems, a rear-view camera with rear camera display, a media interface for Apple CarPlay™ / Android Auto™, Google Maps or Waze traffic information, front and rear parking sensors and a speed limit information function.
The new Kodiaq competes against its direct rivals and is battling to win your heart and become your new favourite SUV. This update has got me all excited too. It will be competing with several established rivals and is expected to take on the Nissan X-Trail, Toyota Rav4, Kia Sportage and Peugeot 3008 in the family SUV segment. There are also alternatives from the parent company VW, such as the VW Tiguan or the Seat Ateca. BMW enters the race with the X3 20D. However, the bold design language of the Kodiaq sets it apart from the other SUVs.
Skoda has thought about everyday life. Each door has a “bump protector”, a small plastic strip which automatically extends when the doors are opened. This strip protects the paintwork and prevents annoying dents when you don’t have much room to get in or out. The automatically folding rear seats can also be moved vertically. This means that the Skoda Kodiaq is even more practical for everyday use. The operation of the front controls is simple, logical and clear.
The resale value of the Skoda Kodiaq is high because our buyers know they are buying a solid, reliable vehicle. So, if you are thinking about an update, get in touch! We will give you a fair and good price for your old Skoda Kodiaq. And without the hassle of all the usual negotiations. As always, transparent, uncomplicated and fast.