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Skoda Kodiaq

The Skoda Kodiaq is the first seven-seat SUV from the Czech brand, introduced to Australia in 2017.

Available in three variants, the Skoda Kodiaq range starts just below $45,000 and is topped by the sportier Skoda Kodiaq RS.

The Skoda Kodiaq 132TSI and Sportline both have four-cylinder turbo petrol engines, but the Skoda Kodiaq RS has a diesel engine instead.

Rivals to the Skoda Kodiaq include the Toyota Kluger, Mazda CX-9, and Mitsubishi Pajero Sport.

Where is the Skoda Kodiaq built?

All Australian market Skoda Kodiaqs are built in the Czech Republic, as are all Skoda models.

Is the Skoda Kodiaq a good car?

While 'good' can be a relative term, the Skoda Kodiaq was a finalist in the 2018 Wheels Car of the Year testing. So, quite good.

How much can a Skoda Kodiaq tow?

The Skoda Kodiaq can tow 2000kg braked.

Skoda Kodiaq (3)
  • 132 TSI
    SUV
    Price:$46,390
    Body:SUV
    Fuel:Petrol
    Transmission:7 SP Automatic
    Engine:2.0L, 4cyl Petrol Turbocharged
    Seats:7
    Safety Rating:
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    Fuel Economy:7.6 L / 100 km
  • 132 TSI Sportline
    SUV
    Price:$50,290
    Body:SUV
    Fuel:Petrol
    Transmission:7 SP Automatic
    Engine:2.0L, 4cyl Petrol Turbocharged
    Seats:7
    Safety Rating:
    StarStarStarStarStarStar
    Fuel Economy:7.6 L / 100 km
  • 176 TDI RS
    SUV
    Price:$68,890
    Body:SUV
    Fuel:Diesel
    Transmission:7 SP Automatic
    Engine:2.0L, 4cyl Diesel Turbocharged
    Seats:7
    Safety Rating:
    StarStarStarStarStarStar
    Fuel Economy:6.4 L / 100 km