Skoda has launched a new Black Edition specification for each model in its range. Based on the existing SE grade, Black Edition models come with at least £1,200 of extra kit as standard.
The revised Skoda Yeti range will be priced from £16,600 when it goes on sale later this month, with first deliveries expected from January 2014.
The new Skoda Yeti, with a redesigned front and rear appearance, will be available in two distinct versions - an elegant model for the town, and a more adventurous model for off-road use.
The Skoda Yeti Adventure special edition is based on the popular SE trim level, but with the addition of £2,250 worth of extra equipment at no extra cost.
Skoda’s reputation is built on offering customers outstanding value for money, and Yeti buyers can now get even more equipment as standard with the flagship Laurin & Klement model
The Skoda Yeti Urban is based on the already highly popular SE trim, but features up to £2,450 worth of extra equipment at no extra cost when compared to the SE
Skoda has launched a new trim level called SE Plus across its entire model range and added two new engines - a 1.8-litre TSI 152PS and a 2.0 TDI CR 110PS engine
Skoda has extended its range of offers through 30 June 2010 - including Skoda’s 'No VAT' on Fabia, Roomster and Octavia and 'Happy Swapping' offers available to qualifying customers
Skoda has announced that prices for its new Yeti will start from £13,750 and will be available in four trim levels, with a choice of five engines and either two- or four-wheel drive
Compact, attractive and with a fresh attitude, the new Skoda Yeti will be introduced at the Geneva Motor Show extending the brand's model range to five