Skoda Kamiq proves that an SUV doesn't always have to be huge. When you hear SUVs, you think big. But this is not a rule, because the small car segment has been overwhelmed by the SUV obsession. So, it's no wonder that Skoda has a corresponding offer with the Kamiq. The advantage of the Skoda Kamiq small SUV is immediately clear: high seating position for a good view and yet not too big.
Thanks to the large adjustment range of the steering wheel, the driver will find the optimal seating position straight away. In the Kamiq all passengers sit comfortably and have enough legroom. All buttons and switches are easy to use and the central display with important information such as speed and engine speed can be configured individually. It's nice that Skoda Kamiq offers the option of displaying the speedometer and rev counter as classic instruments.
The Kamiq has all the small accessories (standard or optional) that can make life easier for the driver: anti-frost scraper integrated into the fuel flap, umbrella in the door, retractable door edges, storage under the front seats, removable waste bin and more.
Skoda Kamiq offers three TSI units, two of three cylinders of 95 hp and 110 hp and one four-cylinder of 150 hp. Above all, it favours comfort and the roughness of the road is well erased by efficient suspensions.
Skoda Kamiq city SUV
- SUV, five doors, five seats
- Dimensions: Lenght 4.24m x Width 1.79m x Height 1.56m
- Minimum boot volume: 400 litres - Maximum boot volume: 1,395 litres
- Three-cylinder turbo gasoline engine: 1.0 TSI 95 hp and 110 hp, 1.5 TSI ACT 150 hp
- Five-speed manual gearbox for 95 hp or 6-speed manual gearbox for the rest
- Five finishes: Active, Ambition, Scoutline, Style and Monte-Carlo
Price: from 21,050 €
The little Skoda Kamiq city SUV hardly has any weaknesses when it comes to driving comfort. Despite its compactness, the Kamiq has what it takes to be a travelling car.
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