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VIDEO – Skoda Kodiaq SportLine review | 3 Good 3 Bad

Read the Kodiaq SportLine review in full

Skoda Kodiaq SportLine 1.4 TSI 4x4
  • Exterior Styling
  • Interior Finish
  • Engine / Performance
  • Ride / Handling
  • Economy
  • Practicality
  • Equipment
  • Value For Money
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Summary

The Kodiaq SportLine is the most viasually-appealing in the range. Unfortunately there are no exciting engines to give it the punchy performance it deserves, and the Kodiaq’s stature makes for somewhat comical handling. But when you’re not trying to be a racing driver, this is a vastly practical family car with 7-seats and serious kerb appeal. And for those wanting proper sportiness; the Kodiaq vRS is imminent.


Facts and Figures

Engine 1.4-litre, 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol
Max power 150PS at 5,000-6,000rpm
Max torque 250Nm at 1,500-3,500rpm
Drivetrain 6-speed manual gearbox, four-wheel drive
0-62mph 9.9 seconds
Top speed 121mph
Fuel tank size 60 litres
Fuel consumption 40.9 mpg, combined cycle
CO2 emissions 156 g/km
Kerb weight 1,583 kg
Towing capacity 2,000kg braked / 750kg unbraked
Luggage capacity 270 litres (7-seat mode) / 720 litres (5-seat mode)
NCAP rating 5 stars
Base price £33,390
Price as tested £34,825
Company website www.skoda.co.uk/models/kodiaq

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