Czech car maker Skoda keeps expanding the range their new Kodiaq SUV is effective within by introducing new variants almost every other week now. Following the announcement about the Scout version they have now unveiled the Skoda Kodiaq Sportline which, as the name suggests, is supposed to be the dynamic variant.
As such, Skoda Kodiaq Sportline features a slightly different exterior than other models with radiator grille, roof rails, wing mirror housings and side window in black, tinted rear and tailgate windows, silver trim underneath the rear bumper, custom badges, body-colored protective parts, and 19-inch alloy wheels in a special new design (20 inch available). Skoda hasn’t lowered the ride height and refrained from using low-slung body kit so the car still retains its above average off-road capabilities.
Speaking of off-road abilities, Skoda Kodiaq Sportline comes with all-wheel-drive as standard on all trim levels which is good for a car in this price range. You get a choice of two petrol and two diesel engines including 1.4 TSI 150-PS, 2.0 TSI 180-PS, 2.0 TDI 150-PS, and 2.0 TDI 190-PS. Optional is Adaptive Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) and you can specify a host of advanced safety features such as Trailer Assist, Blind Spot Detect, Rear Traffic Alert, Crew Protect Assist function, which closes windows and the sunroof in the event of an impending accident, City Emergency Brake and predictive Pedestrian Protection functions.
The standard kit on the Sportline version includes Alcantara sports seats (driver’s side electronically adjustable including memory function) with silver-coloured stitching, leather steering wheel and shift knob, aluminum pedals, Driving Mode Select (Normal, Sport, Eco, Individual, Comfort, Snow), Maxi DOT display, LED ambient lighting, and…
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