Skoda Kushaq has been pretty quick with garnering a fan-following and most of its users are pretty enthusiastic about this SUV
Launched last year, the Skoda Kushaq is certainly helping the Czech brand find more customers in the country. So far, it’s far from being a best-seller but it has surely managed to establish itself well in the market. From what we’ve seen so far, most Skoda owners are car enthusiasts who have chosen this compact SUV over a Hyundai Creta or a Kia Seltos for its powerful petrol engine and great driving dynamics. Also, most of these owners even ensure pampering their new steeds through various ways. One such example is that of the red SUV you see here. It’s been given a ceramic coating immediately after delivery and the result is in front of you to see-
As you see, the car looks so shiny after the treatment that it possibly looks better than what it would have looked like as it rolled off the production line. Other than giving the vehicle an amazing shine, the ceramic coating even helps preserve the paintwork. The video we have here shows the car from different angles along with even showing a part of the entire process of this treatment. The short clip shows scrubbing of various panels of the vehicle after applying some chemicals on it. The entire layer of ceramic coat works as a protective shield against the usual wear and tear the paint starts undergoing immediately after rolling out of a dealership.
Benefits of Ceramic Coating
- Preserves original paintwork and maintains its shine
- More reliable than car wax
- Protects the paintwork for many years
- Provides a shield against harsh sunlight, bird droppings and acird rain
- Among more affordable ways to preserve the paint of a car
- Offers protection from minor scratches
On sale in a price bracket of Rs 10.99-18.19 lakh (ex-showroom), the Skoda Kushaq has been available in two engine variants- 1.0-litre turbo-petrol and 1.5-litre turbo-petrol. The smaller motor churns out 115PS-175Nm and the latter offers 150PS-250Nm. Transmission options include a 6-speed manual as a standard offering on both the versions. Additionally, the 1.0-litre motor can be paired with a 6-speed torque-converter automatic and the 1.5.-litre is available with an optional 7-speed DSG.