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.
Preferred For : Family
42% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Excellently engineered vehicle. Very safe. Excellent handling. Have driven on different terrains, no trouble at all. Parts are expensive, though not maintenance-prone
Overall good car for a small family, only drawback is the lack of service centres across the country as compared to other companies.
good but mileage is low and maintenance cost is too much and another thing is the parts is not easily available
Excellent on highway I get 20kmpl and in city it depends on traffic. Skoda cars are excellent.
Very poor and expensive service and service center's are cheats
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