Skoda will reduce the range of diesel carsMay 29, 2020
The Kodiaq Scout and Karoq Scout SUVs released in 2017 and 2019, respectively, currently remain on the price lists, but the company has confirmed to Autocar that the models will be removed soon.
The changes will be made “as a result of customer demand” and due to planned updates to the model year, according to a Skoda spokesman who acknowledged that Scout options accounted for only 2% of all SUV sales.
A small Kamiq SUV will receive a gasoline line with a 1.6-liter TDI diesel engine discontinued. According to a company representative, this is due to the fact that the model is “mainly a retail product”, and in this segment the demand for diesel fuel is very low.
Further changes include the removal of all manual transmission options for the Kodiaq, although the manual version is a 2.0-liter 113 hp diesel. will be presented at the end of this year. Skoda also removed the Kodiaq Edition Edition trim.
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