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The new Kodiaq SportLine is set to deliver a sporting edge to the existing SUV line-up, hailed as one of the best value for money family SUVs currently on the market.
First unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, the SportLine model will appeal to drivers who like the dynamic look of ŠKODA’s performance models, but require the practicality of a full-size SUV capable of carrying up to seven people.
Below are five things you might not know about the new Skoda Kodiaq SportLine.
The Skoda Kodiaq SportLine, available to order from December 5th, will be priced from £32,685 OTR and will sit between the SE L and Edition models in the expanded line-up. If you make an order today you can expect your vehicle to arrive in February 2018.
The Kodiaq is actually Skoda’s first ever seven-seater car, and its first large SUV. It shares some of its engine properties with other VW Group SUVs such as the Seat Ateca and the Volkswagen Tiguan. Its main rival is predicted to be the Nissan X-Trail, but higher-end models will also compete with the Kia Sorento and Hyundai Santa Fe.
The Kodiaq SportLine features a dramatic new look both inside and out. Like other SportLine models in the Skoda range, the Kodiaq features a full design package to include 20-inch Vega Anthracite alloy wheels and deeper front and rear sport bumpers, while the exterior sports a number of additional black details including the radiator grille, roof rails, door mirror housings and side window trims
The SportLine model is available with four engines, two petrol and two diesel, to provide customers with the broadest possible choice, and all will come with Skoda’s acclaimed 4×4 drive transmission as standard. Power outputs range from 150PS to 190PS and a DSG gearbox is fitted as standard on the 2.0 TSI 180PS and 2.0 TDI 190 PS models.
The Kodaiq Sportline builds on Skoda’s existing reputation for offering high equipment levels at a reasonable cost. Based on the SE L specification from the existing Kodiaq range, the SportLine comes with seven seats, a Columbus infotainment system fitted as standard with a 9.2″ touchscreen display and integrated Wi-Fi, an electronically operated boot and drive mode select.
The first deliveries of the new Kodiaq SportLine are expected in February 2018. For more information on the new Skoda Kodiaq SportLine, click here.