The new Skoda Yeti will go on sale on Thursday 17th September 2009 at Skoda retailers across the UK. Starting at just £13,725, the Skoda Yeti is the newest addition to the growing range of Skoda vehicles.
Combining all the rugged strengths of a traditional 4x4 with the practicality and running costs of a hatchback, Yeti is a true crossover vehicle. It is available in front-wheel or four-wheel drive, in a choice of five diesel or petrol engines and four trim levels.
Equipment levels are high across the range with electric front windows and CD player, air conditioning, six airbags and Skoda's hugely practical Varioflex seating standard on all models.
The Skoda Yeti also features a number of exciting technologies designed to make life on board the Skoda Yeti even more rewarding. These include park assist, an electrically opening panoramic sunroof, an off-road button and touch screen displays that incorporate Bluetooth, all available as options.
The four-wheel drive versions are underpinned by fourth-generation Haldex clutch that directs torque to the wheels that need it most, ensuring grip in even the poorest conditions.
The Skoda Yeti received five stars in recent EuroNCAP testing, with its result hailed as one of the best vehicles tested so far. "Skoda has shown that it provides an equal degree of protection for passengers of all sizes, sitting in various positions (in all seats)," says the Euro NCAP assessment report.
Skoda Finance is offering the Skoda Yeti for monthly rates as low as £189 through Solutions, the personal contract plan from Skoda Finance.
All in all, the Skoda Yeti is another great car from Skoda, the manufacturer of happy drivers.
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