Skoda will be introducing a petrol-powered version of the Kodiaq in the near future. The existing 2.0-litre diesel engine is most likely to be discontinued come April 2020. The petrol engine in question will be the 2.0-litre TSI. It is expected to be showcased at the upcoming Auto Expo 2020.
Skoda has given the Kodiaq SUV a rugged variant called the ‘Scout’ at a starting price of Rs 34 lakh (ex-showroom). The ‘Scout’ tag, which first made its way into India in the form of the Fabia Scout, is generally reserved for the carmaker’s more off-road focussed variant.
Enhancements in the Scout include an enhanced all-wheel drive system and full underbody protection. Itslots in between the Style and the L&K variants and is essentially an off-road ready package with all the creature comforts of the top-spec trim.The Kodiaq Scout’s price tag is a premium of Rs 1 lakh over the Style variant. Its rivals include the Ford Endeavour and Toyota Fortuner in the country.
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