- Wednesday, 28 March 2012
- Julian Kirk
Skoda has revealed a limited-edition version of its Yeti compact SUV.The Yeti Urban is based on SE trim, but features up to £2,450 worth of extra equipment at no extra cost when compared to the SE.
The Yeti Urban also sets a new benchmark for technology in Skoda cars. It's the first model to be sold in the UK with DAB digital radio as standard. Over and above SE trim, Yeti Urban includes Amundsen+ satellite navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and a multi-function steering wheel to control the audio system and telephone.
Additional design features include stunning 17-inch black-and-chrome 'Matterhorn' alloys, wheel arch extensions, chrome side strips, silver door mirror caps, silver roof rails and stylish eye-catching roof stripes. Inside, customers have the choice of red or black sports seats and sunset glass in the rear.
The Yeti Urban is available in two-wheel-drive with manual transmission only, and comes with a choice of two engines: a 1.2-litre TSI 105PS petrol, which offers fuel economy of 44.1mpg (combined) and CO2 emissions of 149g/km, or a 2.0-litre TDI 110PS F, which offers figures of 52.3mpg (combined) and CO2 emissions of 140g/km.
The car's exterior can be finished in one of four rich and vibrant colours, with no extra charges for metallic paint. The options are Black Magic pearl effect, Candy White, Brilliant Silver metallic and Steel Grey metallic.
The Yeti Urban is on sale from the beginning of April priced at £16,900 for the petrol and £18,330 for the diesel.