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Škoda’s baby SUV to bring sub-£18k pricing

Škoda has revealed pricing for its new Kamiq compact SUV, which is priced from £17,700 and will bring a rival to the Nissan Juke.

 

The Škoda Kamiq is being offered with four trim grades and four engine options

Unveiled earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show, the Kamiq (see our first drive report here) draws on the Vision X concept shown at last year’s Geneva as well as the existing Karoq and Kodiaq SUVs that it sits under.

Due to open for orders shortly, the line-up will bring four trim grades – S, SE, SE L and Monte Carlo. LED headlights and touchscreen infotainment systems are standard on all models while entry-level equipment includes 16-inch alloy wheels, LED tail lights, air con, Swing infotainment system with DAB, a 6.5-inch touchscreen display and Škoda e-Call.

The SE model starts from £19,135 OTR and upgrades equipment to 17-inch alloy wheels, body-coloured bumpers, Bolero infotainment system with 8-inch touchscreen display and Wireless Smartlink for Apple CarPlay. SE models also come with rear parking sensors, cruise control and light and rain sensors.

SE L models are priced from £21,180 OTR and add 18-inch alloy wheels, Amundsen infotainment system with satellite navigation and 9.2-inch touchscreen display, keyless engine start/stop and Blind Spot detection. Styling additions include black and silver micro-suede interior upholstery, silver haptic decorative inserts and hot stamping in glossy black and rear LED lights with dynamic indicators.

The recently revealed top-spec Kamiq Monte Carlo features gloss black detailing and badging along with a panoramic roof, special 18-inch Vega anthracite alloy wheels, and a red LED ambient lighting system. Final prices for the Monte Carlo model are still be announced.

Engine line-up brings four engine options: three petrol and one diesel. Petrols comprise two 1.0 TSI units with outputs of 95hp and 115hp, and a 150hp 1.5 TSI motor while the diesel engine is a 115hp 1.6 TDI unit. All bar the entry-level petrol can also be specified with a seven-speed DSG gearbox. NEDC Correlated CO2 emissions start from 112g/km for the diesel with either manual or DSG transmission and rise to 116g/km for the 95hp and 115hp 1.0 TSI units. Figures are yet to be announced for the 1.5 TSI.

First deliveries start in November.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.

One Comment

  • Ian Morrison17. Sep, 2019

    haha , with styling like that it won’t rival a new juke ….they had better get the price down to £15k