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Skoda Yeti Urban Limited Edition

Skoda’s British division today introduced the Yeti Urban limited edition, with the vehicle bringing a long list of extra equipment at no extra cost. The Yeti Urban is based on the SE equipment level, but offers up to GBP2,450 worth of features when compared to this, being the first Skoda model to be offered in the UK with standard DAB digital radio.
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Customers can choose between a 1.2-liter turbocharged TSI petrol unit delivering 105 hp and a 110 hp 2.0-liter TDI diesel. However, the vehicle is only offered with front-wheel drive and a manual transmission. The Skoda Yeti Urban is going on sale starting from next month, with the pricing starting at GBP16,900 OTR for the petrol version and GBP18,330 OTR for the diesel one.

Here is the full list of standard features offered by the Yeti Urban:
  • 17-inch black-and-chrome Matterhorn alloy wheels
  • Amundsen+ satellite navigation
  • Bluetooth GSM II telephone preparation
  • DAB Digital radio
  • Chrome exterior side moulding strips
  • Decorative interior insert
  • Silver door mirror covers
  • Multi-function steering wheel for radio and telephone
  • Roof stripes
  • Silver roof rails
  • Sports seats - red or black
  • Sunset glass
  • Wheel arch extensions
  • Metallic paint (FOC if selected)
  • Acoustic rear parking sensors
  • Cruise control
  • Dual-Zone air conditioning
  • Maxi-dot trip computer
  • Fog lights
  • Front centre armrest with storage compartment
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