The Skoda Kodiaq facelift is back after 2 years. Launched at a price of ₹34.99 lakhs, it goes up to ₹37.49 lakhs. Bookings for the Kodiaq began on January 10th when it was launched, and it sold out within 24 hours. Yes, you heard it right, the carmaker has received bookings for the next four months. 

The Skoda Kodiaq facelift 

Globally, the Kodiaq facelift was introduced last year. The majority of those updates have been carried over to the Indian spec as well. Skoda has revised the front grille, headlights and the DRLs and front and rear bumper. The side profile remains the same apart from the newly designed alloy wheels. 

Source: Skoda

The cabin retains most of the elements from the predecessor. However, Skoda has updated a few elements such as the two-spoke steering wheel seen in its other models. It gets an 8-inch touchscreen system and a huge 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster. Along with the stone beige perforated leather seats snd piano-black interiors, it gets LED ambient lighting, 3-zone climate control, Panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats and more. 

As for safety, Kodiaq is equipped with 9 airbags, ABS with EBD, ESC, multi-collision braking, park assist, 360-degree view, Dynamic chassis control and more. The MySKODA connect app opens up a lot of safety options for the customers. It offers real-time speed tracking, geofence, deviation alert, walk to car, device tampering alert, driving behaviour and tow alert. 

Skoda has no interest to introduce their cars with diesel engines and is committed to petrol. Hence, the Kodiaq just like its siblings is only offered in a single petrol motor. A 2.0-Litre TSI engine producing 190bhp and 320Nm of peak torque. It is only offered in a 7-speed DSG gearbox and all-wheel drive as standard. 

The Kodiaq facelift is offered in 4 different variants: Style, Sportline and L&K priced at ₹34.99 lakh, ₹35.99 lakh and ₹37.49 lakh respectively. 

Kodiaq sold out in a day! 

After just 24 hours of the launch of the Kodiaq facelift, Skoda has received bookings for the next 4 months. The model is currently being sold out, you need to wait until the carmaker starts to take bookings again. 

The Kodiaq facelift will be bought as a completely knocked down unit (CKD) and assembled at their local manufacturing plant in Aurangabad. 

As for the competition, the Kodiaq will go against the Volkswagen Tiguan facelift, Citroen C5 and the upcoming Jeep Meridian.

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