Even though it is the most affordable Kodiaq, however, you cannot buy this one. Read to know why you can’t buy this handsome SUV!
The Czech manufacturer, Skoda, recently launched a corporate edition to their popular SUV, Kodiaq. That said, this edition is cheaper by Rs 2.37 lakh and thus making it the most affordable Kodiaq to own. We got to know the price for the same from our dealer sources.
Skoda Kodiaq Corporate edition is based on the style trim only and starts at a price tag of Rs 32.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). However, the catch is you can’t buy one. Why? Well, the corporate edition is limited to ones who are loyal customers of the Skoda. That means, only the existing customers of the Skoda can buy this edition.
The Kodiaq corporate edition gets the same set of features and powertrain options as in the other trims. Under the hood, it gets a 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine which churns out 148 bhp at 3500 rpm and a peak torque of 340 Nm at 1750 rpm. Transmission option includes a 7-speed DSG and no manual gearbox is on board.
The SUV gets the same set of features like 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system SmartLink featuring Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Mirror Link. For a better surround experience, it gets a ten-speaker canton sound system. Wireless phone charging, Triple Zone automatic climate control, Dynamic Chassis Control, Electric boot lid with virtual pedal and among others are on the list.
It also gets LED Headlamps, LED Taillights, Engine start/stop system, Driving Mode Select – Comfort, Normal, Sport, Eco and Individual, Brake energy recovery, Front and rear parking sensors, area view and Manoeuvre Assist.
Safety features for the same include 9 airbags, tyre-pressure monitoring system, seat belt warning, ABS with EBD and ESP, Brake Assist, Holl hold control, Traction control and differential lock.
Skoda Kodiaq is available in a total of five colours to choose from, Magic Black, Lava Blue, Quartz Grey, Moon White and Magnetic Brown. The SUV gets a warranty period of 1,00,000 km or 4 years, whichever is at the earliest.