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2.0 TDI 150ps SE SCR DSG 5dr

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Vehicle Information

  • Fuel Type
    Diesel
  • Insurance Group
    17
  • MPG Combined
    56.5 MPG
  • Transmission
    Automatic
  • CO2 Emissions
    131.0 g/km
  • Manufacturer OTR
    -
Standard Equipment
Wheels
18in Elbrus Alloys
Paint and Trim
Fabric Upholstery
Solid Paint
Mechanical Features
ESC+EDS+HBA+DSR+RBS+MKB
Eco Start/Stop
Audio and Communications
Bluetooth
Bolero Radio+SD/USB And Smartlink
USB+SD Card Connectivity
Smartlink+
8 Speakers
DAB
Interior Features
Adjustable Steering Wheel
Rear Seats 60/40 Fldable+Sldng Adj/Bkrst
Height Adjustable Rear Head Rest
Exterior Temperature Indicator
Cruise Control
Height Adjustable Driver Seat
Electric Front+Rear Windows
Dual Zone Climate Control
Safety & Security Features
Front Assist
Alarm+Interior Monitoring+Tilt Sensor
Passenger Airbag
Immobiliser
Head And Knee Airbag
Front Side Airbags
Driver Airbag
ABS+MSR+ASR
Exterior Features
Black Roof Rails
7X1 Rear Parking Sensors
Rmote Central Locking+Keyless Start/Stop
Front Fog Lights
LED Third Brake Light
Headlight Washers
Adjustable Electric/Heated Door Mirrors
Technical Data
Mpg Urban
51.4
Mpg Extra Urban
60.1
Mpg Combined
56.5
CO2 Emission
131.0
Euro Emission
6
BHP
148.0
Power Ps
149.95
Power KW
110.36
Torque
250.8
Torque Rpm
2375
Length
4697
Width
2087
Height
1681
Gross Vehicle Weight
2311
Towing Weight Braked
2000
Wheel Base
2791
Ground Clearance
Boot Capacity
25.4
Fuel Tank Size
58.0
Maximum Speed
123
0 to 60 Mph
9.5
0 to 100 Kph
9.8
Front Tyre
235/55R18 V
Rear Tyre
235/55R18 V
Spare Tyre
Puncture repair kit
Front Brakes
DISC
Rear Brakes
DISC
Available Options
Option Packs
9JC Smoker Package
PF0 Rough Road Package
4ZB Chrome Pack
PXA+3LE Children Pack
PXE Sleep Package
5XH+PN2/PN3 LED Interior Light Pack
Mechanical Features
8QG+PF2 Persionalisation Drive Mode
PF2 Drive Mode Selection
Paint and Trim
Special Paint- Meteor Grey
Exclusive Colours
PL0 Fabric/Leather Upholstery
PL1 Leather Upholstery
PL4 Microsuede/Leather Upholstery
Metallic Paint
Special Paint
Pearl Effect Paint
Interior Features
PKP Variable boot Floor
3Y4 Manual Roller Blinds For Rear Windws
PLE 3 Spk Leather Htd MFSW+DSG Paddles
4A4 Heated Front and Rear Seats
4A3 Heated Front Seats
UK3 Rear Seat Backrest Release
3G1 ISOFIX On Front Passenger Seat
PK1 Lumbar Supprt Driver+Front Passanger
3CX Partition Net Screen
9S6 Colour Multifunction Trip Computer
0TD Textile Floor Mats
1U9 Folding Tables On Front Seat Bckrest
VF1 Aluminium Pedals
PLI Adaptive Cruise Control
PHB Tri-Zone Climate Control
QN3 Drawers Under Drvr+Frnt Pasngr Seats
Wheels
PJ4 18in Trinity Alloys
PJ2 18in Triton Alloys
PJD/PJE Tempry Steel Space Svr Spare Whl
PJA Tempry Steel Space Saver Spare Wheel
Other
EA6 Extended Warranty - 5 Years/100000 M
EA5 Extended Warranty - 4 Years/80000 Ml
SP3 Service Plan
Exterior Features
PH1 Panoramic Sunroof
PG1 Silver Roof Rails
PWF Rear View Camera
7X2 Front And Rear Parking Sensors
PPA Park Assist
PW1 Elec Folding+Auto Dimm Door Mirrors
PKV+9T1 Htd Windscreen+Heatd Washer Nozl
1M5 Towbar Preparation
PK9 Elec Operated Boot+Virtual Pedal
PK0 Electrically Folding Tow Bar+Adaptor
PDD Keyless Entry And Start System
Safety & Security Features
EM1 Driver Alert+Fatigue Sensor
7W2+PE2 Crew Prtctn Assist+Rr Sde A/Bags
Audio and Communications
RAC+YOY+PT4 Amundsen Touchscreen Sat Nav
RA2 CANTON Sound System
Impartial Review
Kodiaq 1.4 TSI SE L 4x4 manual review – ŠKODA’s clever SUV simply excels
12 November 2017 by Oliver Hammond
The Kodiaq’s arrival aptly coincided with a long slog the following day from Cheshire up the M6 before peeling west and snaking through the Trossachs to Loch Earn, the latter stages of the five-hour journey at the helm of ŠKODA’s flagship elevated by resplendent autumnal colours all around.


More of a jacked-up estate car than a steeply-profiled SUV, the crystal-inspired ŠKODA Kodiaq certainly possesses strong road presence and kerb appeal with a mature, sizeable but fairly inconspicuous face, flowing side flanks and roofline, and a generic rear end that closely resembles various VAG stablemates but nevertheless finishes the Czech 7-seater’s overall design off in a crisp, modern manner. Petrol Blue suits it well. Moody daytime running lights and hefty alloys seal the deal and the Kodiaq’s exterior package comfortably stands proud alongside similarly-sized SUVs from differing market segments. In fact, gazing down at it from a first floor window, the front corner with its clamshell bonnet has a whiff of Range Rover about it when viewed from the side, which is obviously no bad thing.


Anyone familiar with ŠKODA’s previous flagship model in SE-L trim will know what to expect inside, the Kodiaq effectively a Superb on stilts in many respects. The quality of the ŠKODA SUV’s cabin doesn’t put the wind up premium masters like Audi, but considering the Kodiaq’s highly impressive pricing, its materials, fit and finish snap at the heels of VW’s best efforts, while the whopping piece of faux wood above the glovebox further elevates the initial perceived aura of sophistication after climbing aboard.


The pair of rearmost seats is unsurprisingly more suited to children than adults and on short journeys at that, while there’s plentiful room for the five main occupants, rear legroom particularly impressive as ŠKODA fans have come to expect, with the added benefit of seats that individually slide on rails. For anyone contemplating munching their way through 500+ miles in a day, the SE-L variant’s Alcantara seats with leather side supports are wonderfully comfortable, although families with young children would benefit from the cleaning advantages of optional full leather.

The Columbus satellite navigation with 9.2" touchscreen display looks satisfyingly posh, is easy to get to grips with and even comes with integrated Wi-Fi. Wireless charging of compatible phones is also provided by means of an inductive pad, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are supported and even the non-range-topping sound system sounds fantastic for those who don’t choose the Canton upgrade. ŠKODA’s latest Connect system is excellent and includes fuel station, POI, Google Earth, Google Street View, news and weather information. Area View functionality with a quartet of wide-angled cameras and guidelines make parking this hefty car a doddle, and the Kodiaq can be specified with a raft of safety and convenience features from park assist and high beam control to front assist radar cruise control. It’s the most advanced ŠKODA yet, available with most of the latest technologies many motorists have come to expect.


Endearing touches are part of ŠKODA’s mantra and Kodiaq drivers will be smitten with the umbrellas slotted into the front doors, the torch in the boot, and the ice scraper provided under the fuel filler cap. The plastic door protectors that automatically swoop out to reduce damage in car parks and the like are also considerately ingenious. Storage wise, the central compartment is pretty large, the thoughtfully soft-lined door bins can’t be grumbled with, plenty of other oddment storage is dotted around the cabin and there’s even a waste bin if you can be bothered emptying it periodically. It’s just a shame that both sections of the twin glovebox are quite small, unless taken literally and used for storing actual gloves in. Darker privacy glass would also have been nice, although the rear blinds somewhat compensated while keeping one of our nieces entertained. Ahem.

Boot capacity is a compelling reason to plump for a Kodiaq and while the 5-seat version offers a cavernous 720 litres, the 7-seat car as tested provides a nevertheless formidable 630 litres, with no loading lip to navigate and sensibly linear parameters to play with. With the two boot seats erect the capacity drops to 270 litres, which in itself compares to some superminis on the market. For our Scotland road trip, we managed to cram a ridiculous amount of claptrap in the back of the Kodiaq in 5-seat mode, from a double mattress and bedding plus two large suitcases to umpteen other bags and boxes. The only real gripe is that there’s an unsightly and unprotected gap left between the load cover and back seats if the latter have been slid forwards to eke as much space as possible out of the boot. For caravan and trailer towers out there, the Kodiaq in 1.4 TSI petrol manual SE-L guise as tested can pull upto 2,000kg braked.


Any preconceptions that placing such a numerically paltry engine at the heart of a sizeable car like this will be as ineffective as using a motorised pepper grinder are promptly shattered. The four-cylinder turbocharged unit has proved itself across a swathe of VAG models, latterly in SEAT’s Ateca, and its 150PS and 250Nm peaks are plentiful to waft ŠKODA’s 7-seater 4x4 SUV along in a smooth and impressively hushed manner. The Kodiaq isn’t a performance car by any stretch of the imagination, so a 0-62mph time of 9.9 seconds is perfectly acceptable. Various driving modes can be selected using the beautifully crisp screen, from Eco, Comfort and Normal through to Sport, Individual and Snow, and even in green-configured Eco mode, the driving experience is perfectly enjoyable around town, on the motorway and on A-roads. Most Kodiaq 1.4 drivers will likely leave theirs in Normal mode for the best overall balance of characteristics. Although Sport mode does sharpen up the handling and boost the throttle response, the result isn’t particularly intoxicating but does enable this comfort-focussed car to corner much more aggressively than in Eco mode, which can be a wallow fest in the bends. It’s not a hardcode off-roader, more suited to grass and gravel, but the 4x4 button provides added reassurance when things get messy under the wheels.


There’s a caveat to the 1.4 TSI engine’s abilities in the 4x4 Kodiaq, though. While Eco, Comfort and Normal modes were acceptable for the 3-hour leg up the M6, and Sport mode tangibly helped us snake our way through the glorious Trossachs successfully, only two of us were in the car, and although the boot was crammed to the hilt, many of the items were relatively light, such as pillows and blankets. The next day, with the boot emptied and with four adults and two children on board, the small capacity petrol engine struggled on the even twistier and steep roads heading west towards Loch Lomond, necessitating regular downshifts. For anyone who will regularly ferry five to seven passengers or else a collection of washing machines around, the diesel version will prove more suitable. In today’s climate of increasing hostility toward diesel, private motorists and company car fleet drivers and managers might be tempted by the Kodiaq in 1.4 TSI guise and can rest assured that the unit is EU6 compliant. Okay, CO2 emissions of 156g/km in 4x4 manual form aren’t going to win it any prizes, but after over 700 miles of very mixed driving, some with a full capacity of homo sapiens and luggage on board, our test car averaged 36.4mpg. In comparison to the 40.9mpg figure published in ŠKODA’s literature, this is impressive – although drivers with a heavy right foot will see the average fall. With our Kodiaq lease deals kicking off at £249.99/month (exc. VAT) for a useable 8,000 miles per year, it’s a very tempting prospect.


With a fairly pedestrian but nevertheless elegant design, that highly-coveted ride height, an immensely comfortable, spacious and well-equipped interior, plenty of endearingly practical touches and an engine that makes a lot of sense for drivers who saunter rather than sprint and don’t carry six passengers on a regular basis, ŠKODA’s Kodiaq epitomises modern family motoring.

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