After making worse of its performance four-door and launching a full-size three-row SUV got name after an Alaskan bear. Skoda keeps going towards a highly favorable sales success with a bit smaller SUV, with a namewhich got from the language of Alaska’s domestic people. The only issue is that the new vehicle makes the end of the Yeti, and it doesn’t seem to be cool at all as the outgoing model.
The Karoq is based on the Volkswagen Tiguan, and it looks almost same as Skoda’s first proper SUV, the Kodiaq
The Karoq is based on the Volkswagen Tiguan, and it looks almost same as Skoda’s first proper SUV, the Kodiaq. It’s a pitty that there isn’t many exciting things about it, specially if we talk about how fresh the Yeti’s appearance felt back in 2009. That vehicle was really a hit between station wagon and compact van.
If in your country Skoda is present, the Karoq will be available with a big range of gas and diesel engines. Cheaper versions will be front-wheel drive only; higher trims get a little bit shorter wheelbase and all-wheel drive, complete with a seven-speed DSG as standard. There is no amount of luxury that will turn it into a Yeti.