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Skoda Kushaq

Skoda Kushaq is a 5-seater SUV car with price starting from Rs. 11.99 lakh. The car is available in petrol manual and petrol automatic configurations in 10 colours and 22 variants. Kushaq is a fuel efficient car with mileage of 19.76 kmpl. Kushaq is a tough competitor to Honda Elevate, Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos .

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Rs. 11.99 - 20.49 Lakh (Showroom Price in Delhi)
Kushaq On Road Price
Base Model
  • Ex-ShowroomRs. 11.99 Lakh
  • RTORs. 1.31 Lakh
  • InsuranceRs. 48,741
  • On-RoadRs. 13.79 Lakh
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Skoda Kushaq Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine999 - 1498 CC
  • Power147.51bhp@5000-6000rpm
  • Torque250Nm@1600-3500rpm
  • TransmissionManual / Automatic
  • Drive TypeFWD
  • Mileage18.6 - 19.76 Kmpl
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • AirbagsDriver, Passenger and Side Front
  • Safety Rating5 Star
Specs & Features of Kushaq

Skoda Kushaq Latest Updates

Skoda has launched the Kushaq Onyx with the option of an automatic transmission. This variant now marks the entry level model for anyone who wants an automatic transmission in the Kushaq. Along with the new transmission, few feature updates like LED projector headlamps with DRLs, automatic climate control, wiper and defogger have been included to increase its value proposition. Priced at Rs 13.49 lakh (ex-showroom), the Onyx AT model now offers the customers more features and now comes with 6-airbags as standard across the line-up.

Skoda Kushaq Key Highlights

Features: The Skoda Kushaq SUV is equipped with features such as a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, automatic climate control, a wireless phone charger, single-pane sunroof, keyless entry with push button start, ambient lighting, a digital driver’s display and ventilated front seats. In terms of safety, the Kushaq comes with a five star safety rating from Global NCAP and the passenger safety features consists of up to six airbags, electronic stability control, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors and a tyre pressure monitoring system.

Engine: The Skoda Kushaq SUV gets an option of two turbo-petrol engines: a 1-litre three-cylinder engine making 115PS of power and 178 Nm of torque and a 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine making 150 PS of power and 250 Nm of torque. The larger engine also uses a cylinder deactivation technology which shuts off two cylinders out of the four, when the engine load is low, improving fuel efficiency. A six-speed manual is offered as standard, while automatic options include a six-speed torque converter and a seven-speed DSG gearbox for the 1-litre and 1.5-litre engines, respectively. In terms of fuel efficiency, the smaller 1.0-litre engine provides a claimed fuel efficiency of 19.76kmpl with the manual and 18.09kmpl with the automatic gearbox. On the other hand, the larger 1.5-litre TSI unit returns 18.6kmpl and 18.86kmpl with the manual and the DSG gearbox, respectively. In terms of its dimensions, the Skoda Kushaq is 4,225mm long, 1,760mm wide and 1,612mm tall. It sits on a 2,651mm wheelbase and has an impressive ground clearance of 188mm (unladen).

Rivals: The Skoda Kushaq rivals the Honda Elevate, MG Astor, Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Volkswagen Taigun, Maruti Grand Vitara, and Toyota Hyryder.

Variants: The Skoda Kushaq offers five primary variants which includes: Active, Onyx, Ambition, Style and Monte Carlo. Moreover, the Style variant is further offered with and without a sunroof. The Kushaq also gets a special Elegance Edition which is based on the Style trim and additionally gets the 17-inch Vega alloy wheels. The Skoda Kushaq is offered in 9 different colours - Brilliant Silver, Red, Honey Orange, Carbon Steel, Onyx, Tornado Red, Candy-white-with-carbon-steel-painted-roof and Tornado-red-with-carbon-steel-painted-roof.

Safety Rating: The Kushaq has scored a 5 star safety rating in NCAP crash tests.

The Onyx AT marks the entry level variant for automatic transmission option in the Kushaq lineup

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Skoda Kushaq Price

Skoda Kushaq base model price starts at Rs. 11.99 Lakh while the top model is priced at Rs. 20.49 Lakh. The price of Kushaq automatic models starts from Rs. 13.49 Lakh.
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Variants Ex-Showroom Price

Kushaq 1.0 TSI Active

999 cc . Petrol . Manual
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Rs. 11.99 Lakh
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Kushaq 1.0 TSI Onyx

999 cc . Petrol . Manual
1 Month waiting
Rs. 12.89 Lakh
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Kushaq 1.0 TSI Onyx AT

999 cc . Petrol . Automatic
Rs. 13.49 Lakh
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Skoda Kushaq Pros and Cons

Kushaq Advantages

Classy SUV looks. Sensible features list and simple variant line-up. Powerful 1.5 TSI petrol engine and engaging driving dynamics. Good safety features.

Kushaq Disadvantages

Lacks some 'wow' features. Could have been wider for better space in the second row. No diesel option.

Kushaq Expert's Conclusion

The Kushaq's sensible feature set, peppy engines and rewarding driving dynamics should appeal to enthusiasts shopping in this segment.

Skoda Kushaq Expert Review

The Kushaq, the most important car in Skoda India’s two-decade history, arrived in 2021. It is the first made-in-India, named-in-India, and made-for-India product and a lot of blood, sweat, tears, and investment went into making it. It competes with big brands like the Hyundai Creta, Kia’s Seltos and it’s own stable mate the Volkswagen Taigun to name a few of it’s rivals. Should you pick it over other compact SUVs then? ZW-Skoda-Kushaq-Review



The larger and more upright Skoda grille, also seen on the Octavia, stands out and the slim LED headlamps add a stylish touch. The car looks sleek with sharp lines starting from the headlamps. The 17-inch alloys have a design reminiscent of some Lamborghinis. The boomerang-shaped tail lamps at the back look sharp, although they would have been even better with LEDs.

The Skoda Kushaq is noticeably smaller than its competitors. It is shorter and lower, and also narrower compared to rivals. It lacks a substantial visual presence. The wheel arches are somewhat flat, leading some to think the Kushaq competes with smaller models like the Sonet and Venue, rather than the larger Seltos and Creta.



The Kushaq is built strong, and the satisfying sound when you close the door confirms that. Inside, the cabin feels premium, featuring a nicely crafted two-spoke steering wheel and high-quality dashboard plastic. The 3D hexagonal pattern on the door pads and dash adds a touch of style, enhancing the overall ambiance. The leather upholstery adds to the premium feel.

The Kushaq's 10.25-inch infotainment system sets a new standard in its segment. It responds quickly to touch, with smooth transitions. The layout is logical, making important functions easily accessible. The powerful processor ensures fast and hassle-free device connectivity. This system also supports wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, making the wireless charging pad even more practical.


The driver's seat in the Kushaq is designed for comfort, with logically arranged and well-executed controls. The high-quality stalks are easy to operate despite the numerous functions. The steering-mounted controls are not only beautifully designed but also user-friendly. The knurled finish on the rotary switches ensures a good grip, and the touch-sensitive aircon controls, though initially tricky, are grooved for easy operation while driving. The tilt and telescopic steering, along with adjustable seats, provide a wide range of adjustments for an ideal driving position.

In the front, you have two cup holders and spacious door pockets that can fit large bottles. The cooled glovebox is of decent size, and the surprisingly roomy boot, though officially 285 liters, is deep and square-shaped, accommodating plenty of luggage. The low loading lip and 60:40 split-folding rear seats further enhance flexibility, although they don't fold completely flat.


The Kushaq is a comfortable four-seater. The front seats are very well padded and supportive. You also get some feel-good features, such as seat ventilation which you'll appreciate in our hot conditions. Even the rear seat is heavily contoured, giving you great support. Despite the narrow cabin and small sunroof, the rear seat feels surprisingly airy thanks to the big glass area and the lighter colours used in the upper half of the cabin. Even four six-footers will feel comfortable with more than enough knee and headroom.


Some Negatives

Up front, the narrow cabin doesn't give you the sense of space you expect from a compact SUV. The lack of width also makes the Kushaq strictly a four-seater. The centre passenger will not only find the shoulder room constricted, but will also feel uncomfortable because of the heavily contoured seats, limited headroom, and cramped foot room.


On its own, the Kushaq feels pretty well-loaded, especially in the top Style variant. However, competition is tough and it misses out on some feel-good features that its rivals get. You don't get a powered driver seat, digital instrumentation, a panoramic sunroof, an electronic parking brake, and drive modes. 

Generally, cost-cutting and Skoda don't go hand in hand. However, in pursuit of pricing the Kushaq competitively, you do find some low rent bits. The side vents on the Kushaq feel flimsy, something not expected from a brand like Skoda considering it is one of the most used bits in the cabin.The roof lining in front of the sunroof feels loose. It moves and rattles when you put even little pressure on it. The infotainment system is top-notch but the reversing camera feed it displays is subpar. It’s pixelated and the quality doesn't feel fitting on a car this expensive.



Talking about safety, the Skoda Kushaq has Electronic Stability Program (ESP) included right from the basic version. In the top Style variant, you get extra features like hill hold, a warning system for tire pressure (without specific pressure details), automatic wipers, automatic headlights, three-point seatbelts for all five passengers, and two points to anchor ISOFIX child seats at the back. If you opt for the top manual variant, you get six airbags, but with the automatic version, there are just two! This decision seems to keep the price competitive, but we believe Skoda could have done better in this area.



Powerful Petrol Engines

The Kushaq gets two engines, both petrol. The first one is a smaller 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol unit, making 115PS of power, mated with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. The larger 1.5-litre four-cylinder, on the other hand, makes 150PS of power and comes with two gearbox options: a 6-speed manual and a 7-speed DCT. On test, we have the range-topping 1.5-litre engine that we have also experienced on the bigger Karoq. This should make the Kushaq feel fast, right? Yes. The claimed time of 8.6 seconds will make it the fastest accelerating compact SUV and it feels like it too. It has loads of grunt and it pulls really well from as low as 1300rpm.


Even out on the highway, this engine has reserves of power and because of the tall gearing, this engine stays at a very comfortable rpm even at high speeds. This not only results in less stress on the engine but also aids fuel efficiency. Improve highway fuel efficiency further you get cylinder deactivation technology with the 1.5-litre unit. This basically shuts down two of the four cylinders while cruising or when the engine load is low. If we have to nit-pick, the clutch on the manual Kushaq is a little bit on the heavier side but other than that, as an urban commuter, this car works.


Now coming to the automatic transmission, with most dual-clutch units you feel some jerkiness, especially at low speeds, but the Kushaq's DCT feels smooth and always manages to find the right gear at the right time. It is quick to downshift too which makes overtaking an easy affair.



Ride & Handling

Just like the engine, the Kushaq delivers a comfortable ride, living up to the SUV expectations. It handles rough roads with ease, thanks to its quiet, softly damped, and long-travel suspension. Surprisingly, even on highways, the ride remains comfortable, showing composure over uneven surfaces with minimal body movement. Driving long distances in the Kushaq feels effortless.

Is it fun to drive? Absolutely! As mentioned earlier, the engine feels powerful. While it doesn't appreciate being revved hard, it packs plenty of grunt. The real surprise, however, is the chassis balance. Despite its comfortable ride, the Kushaq is eager to change directions. It feels agile, and the steering is well-weighted and accurate. Your confidence gets a boost as the Kushaq remains stable around corners, even at higher speeds. The brakes are strong, providing a good bite.



Expectations from the first mainstream SUV from a brand like Skoda were always going to be sky-high and the Kushaq delivers for the most part. It feels solidly built and even rides and handles well. The ride is especially impressive, with it taking on the worst of our road surface with ease. It is also rather practical and comfortable for a family of four. Even both petrol engines have enough power to put a smile on your face. Is it perfect? Well, no.


It is a size smaller than the competition and the narrow cabin results in a car that is strictly a four-seater. It is also missing some feel-good features that its rivals get. Besides, the lack of a diesel engine marks it down further. But are these shortcomings big enough to be deal-breakers? Certainly not in our books.

Skoda Kushaq User Reviews

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  • Skoda Kushaq - Stylish and Efficient

    Last month, I took the Skoda Kushaq on to show my friend. He felt that it is a mix of style, comfort and efficiency. Powered by a 1.5L TSI engine with 150 bhp and reaching up to 16-17 km/l mileage, the Kushaq did not disappoint. Its sleek design and comfortable seats made his test drive enjoyable and the 385 liter boot space was more than enough for every luggage.The rear seat felt slightly cramped for taller passengers on long drive.

  • outstanding performance

    A practically designed, compact sedan, the Skoda Kushaq has space for 5 passengers with roomy and comfortable cabin, enough legroom and good amount of boot space. This model is available for an affordable price, which is a tad bit convenient but of course owes to the benchmark of skoda. With both petrol and diesel fuel type, FWD drive train and innumerable modern features infused with technology, this model stands out.

  • in public's high demand

    Startng from a decent price range in India, the Skoda Kushaq is a strength defining car model built to beat the rest. Its powerful engine delivers great power and performance. The maintenance of this car seeks a bit of attention, time and cost but it is definitely worthy of all the appreciation. It is available in many variants and colours. My experience at the showroom as well as the buying process was also quite good and i would recommend this to all.

  • Skoda Kushaq: A Stylish Yet Practical SUV Choice

    After driving the Skoda Kushaq for over six months now I can share a firsthand account of both its charms and challenges. The Kushaq with its 1.0 TSI engine is quite a performer delivering a robust 115hp which makes highway driving a breeze. Its handling is commendable and the ride quality is top notch thanks to its well tuned suspension. Fuel efficiency is decent coming around 17.88 km/l for the petrol variant which is economical for its class.The rear seating space might feel cramped for three adults and the boot space at 385 liters though decent for families.

  • Skoda Kushaq best design

    Skoda Kushaq is my new car the available at price point of 13.7 lakhs. First Time i am Very impressed with the interior design of car. The Exterior design also very Good. The Seating arrangement is also very comfortable and provided material is also Very Good quality. But The car gives little low mileage in City. The Engine Displacement is about 1498 cc. The Transmission Type of my car is Automatic. The provided Front and rear Powerful Windows is also Good. The Airbags gives safety to both driver and passenger. The Pick up and Breaking system is also very impressive.

  • 5.0
    Super awesome

    Had an amazing customer service while purchasing the car.Got the delivery 1 week before committed date.I had asked for a pdi and the dealer dint show any hesitation & called me over1for it and let me do a thorough examination.Post delivery service was also great attending to all my1questions.1.The car is a sheer drivers delight.The 1.5 mt engine is super awesome.The additional premium on the car is completely justified when you drive the1car.2.The fuel efficiency was 17-20 km/l on highway and 12-14 km/l on city rides.3.Steering adjustment ( tilt & telescopic) helped find the right driving position1& though on lighter side its still precise & helped instilled confidence.4.Clutch & gearbox are1very smooth.Stability is great with almost minimal body roll.5.Suspension was comfortable, However a bit on1the stiffer side.6.Boot space was the eyebrow raiser as i could pack in more bags than the creta ! 7.Storage1spaces are well done with the cooled gloves box capable of holding several 200 ml cans for a refreshing drink1on a hot driving day.8.Ventilated seats are a boon on the hot highway drives.9.Touch screen has high1resolution and very slick and easy to use.10.Comfortable seats and a lovely 2 spoke steering with leather finish is very stylish.Cons: 1.A/c controls being touch, Its tough to set it up without taking your eyes off the road.Also the cooling is1average & not excellent.2.A digital instrument cluster like the one in skoda kamiq would have done1wonders.3.Some bits of the car ( like roof lining ) etc have some cost cutting but those are mostly areas1where your eyes would look once a while.So not a deal breaker.Service & maintenance : expect 6000/- yearly1including labor.Recommend taking the 4 yrs maintenance package as its cheaper in the longer run.Verdict: if1you want a performance car with sensible features with good build & safety then buy this car without a1doubt.The only other car matching this performance in the underrated beast nissan kicks 1.3 turbo but it has some ergonomic issues & a dull interior.However, Kicks is the only car that goes head1on head with this car's performance.

  • 4.7
    Bought kushaq

    I bought Skoda Kushaq Ambition 1.0 manual in mid-September 2020. I have done 11k km till now 60% highway and 40% city drive. The reason I Bought Kushaq- 1) Wanted a compact SUV with power so that I can drive that on highways and traffic as well. Trust me it is 1 great car for city drive as well due to turbo engine 2) Safety standards 3) 10-inch Infotainment system has very good touch response and Music system is good even without amplifier and 1subwoofer in mid variant. 4) Power Delivery 5) Interior (I always wanted a black interior car I'm not a fan of1beige interiors). Also, the dashboard designs are very attractive and appealing with great finishing .6) great1Torque 7) Comfort 8) Great legroom for passengers 9) Sheer Driving Pleasure 10) Smart Elements so these are the 10 reasons why I bought Kushaq. Also, the cons what I feel is 1) backseat lacks space for 3 people 2 people can sit comfortably basically its a proper 4 seaters 2) Dimensions such as height and length could have better although it has the longest wheelbase almost competitors3) Ac Control touch buttons are not really so easy to use while driving physical buttons would have been better 4) Lacks digital cockpit. But overall I'm happy with my choice and until now the performance Kushaq delivered is really really amazing also the mileage is good as well my average mileage is 16-17 kmpl which was not expected. Those who are considering Seltos and Creta should at least once test drive Kushaq and Taigun before buying I think this might change your mind. Because a lot of people have many misconceptions about VW and Skoda. Although Creta and Seltos are great cars as well.

  • I have been driving skoda

    I have been driving skoda kushaq 1.5 since december 21, And it really feels pleasure to drive after having driven diesel cars for a decade and a half.It is definitely very silent especially in the highways, With a city average being around 11 and on highways at about 15.In terms of power i didn’t feel any lack of power, And although the suspension is a little on the stiffer side, But overall there is low body roll and better stability even on high speeds.Braking is again excellent and over all build quality is superb.I really liked their airsense feature that routinely lets fresh air to ensure a safe and comfortable ride.The ventillated seats are more like a gimmick.The infotainment system is quite standard though for a car that costs close to 18 lakhs, But it works efficiently.However considering that the vw had targeted indian market with this car, I wish they had given a bigger boot space, As at times i feel the space ain’t enough.A little bigger boot space would have gone a long way considering for an average customer it is going to be his family car.The other thing which i didn’t like was the seating for middle person in the back, Although i haven’t seen a proper 5 seater in this segment, But considering it’s a car that’s being designed for indian market; it might have been a great addition.

  • Unleash Your Adventure

    Skoda Kushaq compact SUV ticks all the boxes for those who cherish adventure and versatility by not making any compromises on style and comfort. Through its impressive and intruding look, the Kushaq presents a powerful image on the road and its ample room for passengers as well as cargo make it very spacious and flexible. The comprehensive set of technologies and safety features conveniently mounted, such as a touchscreen infotainment system and an array of driver assistance systems, it provides a ultra safe driving experience. Under the hood, you find a range of powerful engine options that provide the driver with excellent performance and impressive fuel efficiency, which make this car suitable for both city trips and off-road adventures.

  • Compact SUV with a Splash of Luxury

    I am in love with the Skoda Kushaq's interpretation, practicality, and Expression quintet as a proud owner. My assiduous life impeccably complements the 4 wheeler's important and muscular face, which emits a feeling of confidence and capability. As soon as I stepped outside, I was ate with a roomy and canny cabin that offers everyone enough of headroom and legroom, guaranteeing a affable lift indeed on lengthy passages. Driving is pleasurable because to the well- allowed - out cabin and simple layout, and the plenitude of storehouse room makes sure I am invariably prepared for any excursion. Whether I am riding on off- the- beaten- path rows or through metropolises, the Kushaq handles well and provides a affable and comfortable lift.

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Ex-Showroom Price Rs.11.99 Lakh* Rs. 11.69 Lakh* Rs. 7.49 Lakh* Rs. 10.99 Lakh* Rs. 8.34 Lakh* Rs. 11.69 Lakh* Rs. 10.89 Lakh* Rs. 11.63 Lakh* Rs. 11.14 Lakh*
User Rating 4.2 (167 reviews) 4.6 (142 reviews) 4.6 (84 reviews) 4.6 (163 reviews) 4.2 (331 reviews) 4.9 (112 reviews) 4.5 (119 reviews) 4.4 (156 reviews) 4.4 (222 reviews)
Engine 999 - 1498 CC 999 - 1498 CC 1197 - 1498 CC 1482 - 1497 CC 1462 CC 1498 CC 1482 - 1497 CC 999 - 1498 CC 1462 - 1490 CC
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol Diesel / Petrol Diesel / Petrol Petrol / CNG Petrol Diesel / Petrol Petrol Petrol / CNG
Transmission Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Automatic / Manual Automatic / Manual Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic
Mileage 18.89 - 19.76 Kmpl 17.23 - 19.01 Kmpl 17.96 - 20.6 Kmpl 17.4 - 21.8 Kmpl 17.38 Kmpl - 25.51 Km/Kg 15.31 - 16.92 Kmpl 17.7 - 20.7 Kmpl 18.73 - 20.32 Kmpl 19.39 Kmpl - 26.6 Km/Kg
Power 147.51bhp@5000-6000rpm 147.51bhp@5000-6000rpm 115.05bhp@3750rpm 113.18bhp@6300rpm 86.63bhp@5500rpm 119.35bhp@6600rpm 113.42bhp@6300rpm 147.51bhp@5000-6000rpm 91.18bhp@5500rpm

Skoda Kushaq Colours

Skoda Kushaq car is available in 10 exciting colours options like Candy-white-with-carbon-steel-painted-roof, Tornado-red-with-carbon-steel-painted-roof, Red, Carbon Steel, Brilliant Silver, Tornado Red, Candy White, Honey Orange, Onyx and White.
  • Candy-white-with-carbon-steel-painted-roof
  • Tornado-red-with-carbon-steel-painted-roof
  • Red
  • Carbon Steel
  • Brilliant Silver
  • Tornado Red
  • Candy White
  • Honey Orange
  • Onyx
  • White

Skoda Kushaq Mileage

The mileage of Skoda Kushaq is 19.76 Kmpl. This is the ARAI mileage for all the variants of Kushaq. The claimed ARAI mileage of Kushaq Petrol Manual is 19.76 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Kushaq Petrol is 19.76 Kmpl.
Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
Petrol Automatic 19.76 Kmpl NA
Petrol Manual 19.76 Kmpl 16 Kmpl

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Q. What is the max torque of Skoda Kushaq?
  • The Skoda Kushaq has max torque of 250Nm@1600-3500rpm.
Q. How many colours are available in Skoda Kushaq?
  • Skoda Kushaq is available in 8 colours: Candy-white-with-carbon-steel-painted-roof, Tornado-red-with-carbon-steel-painted-roof, Carbon Steel, Brilliant Silver, Brilliant Silver, Tornado Red, Candy White and Honey Orange. Every colour has its own uniqueness and choosing a colour totally depends on individual choice.So, we would request you to discuss it with your family so that you can finalize the colour to be purchased.
Q. What is the top speed of Skoda Kushaq?
  • As of now there is no official update from the brands end. So, we would request you to wait for official announcement.
Q. What features are offered in Skoda Kushaq?
  • The Kushaq gets standards features like Power Steering, Power Windows-Front and rear, Air Conditioner, Adjustable Steering, Low Fuel Warning Light, Gear Shift Indicator, etc. Read more -Skoda Kushaq Goes On Sale In India At Rs 10.50 Lakh.
Q. What is the tyre size of Skoda Kushaq?
  • The tyre size of Skoda Kushaq is 205/60 R16.
Q. What is the service cost of Skoda Kushaq?
  • For this, we would suggest you visit the nearest authorized service centre of Skoda in your city. As they may assist you better.

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Skoda Kushaq FAQs

What is the price of top model of Skoda Kushaq?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Skoda Kushaq is 20.49 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Skoda Kushaq in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Skoda Kushaq in Delhi is Rs. 23,194 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Skoda Kushaq?

The top 3 competitors of Skoda Kushaq are Volkswagen Taigun, Mahindra XUV 3XO and Hyundai Creta.

What is the boot space in Skoda Kushaq?

The boot space in Skoda Kushaq is 385 L.

What is the ground clearance of Skoda Kushaq?

The ground clearance of Skoda Kushaq is 155 mm.

Will Skoda Kushaq have a sunroof?

No, Skoda Kushaq will not have a sunroof.

Is Skoda Kushaq a good car to buy in India?

Yes, Skoda Kushaq is good car to buy in terms of features, comfort and looks. Its quite commendable and reliable.

Is Skoda Kushaq car automatic?

Yes, 10 automatic variant are available in Skoda Kushaq, first one is Skoda Kushaq 1.0 TSI Onyx AT at Rs 13.49 Lakh, Skoda Kushaq 1.0 TSI Ambition AT at Rs 15.84 Lakh, Skoda Kushaq 1.5 TSI Ambition DSG at Rs 17.39 Lakh, Skoda Kushaq 1.0 TSI Matte Edition AT at Rs 17.79 Lakh, Skoda Kushaq 1.0 TSI Style AT at Rs 17.89 Lakh, Skoda Kushaq 1.0 TSI Monte Carlo AT at Rs 18.59 Lakh, Skoda Kushaq 1.5 TSI Matte Edition DSG at Rs 19.39 Lakh, Skoda Kushaq 1.5 TSI Style DSG at Rs 19.79 Lakh, Skoda Kushaq 1.5 TSI Elegance Edition DSG at Rs 19.89 Lakh, Skoda Kushaq 1.5 TSI Monte Carlo DSG at Rs 20.49 Lakh out of which all are petrol.

Does Skoda Kushaq come with AC?

Yes. all variants of the Skoda Kushaq come with air-conditions

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