May 2, 2017: Skoda has discontinued the Yeti and announced its replacement, the Karoq,which will come to India sometime in 2018. Meanwhile, the upcoming 7-seater Kodiaq SUV will allow the carmaker to gather momentum.
The Yeti first launched in 2010 and received a faceiift in 2014. Yeti's compact dimensions and low-to-the-ground styling kept it from looking like a menacing SUV but its four-wheel drive system was very well calibrated to handle steep inclines, declines and softer terrains like sand and slush.
Fun to drive, practical, good off-road
Price, space, lack of butch looks
The Yeti makes for a good alternative to sedans like the Corolla and the Octavia. Not only is it car like to drive, it also doubles up as a vacation car beautifully. And now it is well specced too.
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