Skoda Kamiq Launches In Great Britain With A £17,700 Price Tag

Skoda has launched the Kamiq in the United Kingdom, with the first units set to arrive at dealers in November.

The subcompact SUV, which is closely related to the Volkswagen T-Cross and Seat Arona, is offered in four trim levels, named the S, SE, SE L and Monte Carlo, although the latter will become available at a later date.

Equipped with standard LED lights front and rear, 16-inch alloy wheels, 6.5-inch touchscreen display and air conditioning, the base Kamiq will set you back £17,700 ($22,027/€19,956). The SE starts at £19,135 ($23,813/€21,574) and brings body-colored bumpers, 17-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, automatic headlights and windscreen wipers, cruise control, 8-inch infotainment and Wireless Smartlink for Apple CarPlay,

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With a £21,180 ($26,358/€23,880) MSRP, the Kamiq SE L adds rear LED lights with dynamic indicators and 18-inch alloy wheels. Customers will also benefit from black and silver microsuede upholstery inside, glossy black and silver inserts, 9.2-inch infotainment, satellite navigation, keyless entry & go and Blind Spot detection.

Pricing for the new Kamiq Monte Carlo will be announced at a later date, but choosing it will get you glossy black exterior detailing, special badging, 18-inch Vega anthracite alloy wheels, panoramic roof and red LED ambient lighting.

The engine lineup comprises of three petrol units, including the 95 PS (94 hp / 70 kW) and 115 PS (113 hp / 85 kW) 1.0-liter TSI, and 150 PS (148 hp / 110 kW) 1.5-liter TSI, with the latter two being available with a seven-speed DSG transmission. Those who still favor diesel will have to settle for the 115 PS (113 hp / 85 kW) 1.6-liter TDI, which can be paired to a seven-speed gearbox as well.


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