Video: The New Skoda Octavia Station Wagon Has Become Off-road
The fourth generation SkodOctavi family has been replenished with the Scout cross-wagon. In the fall of 2019, the standard liftback and station wagon debuted, and this spring a "charged" modification of the RS appeared.
The novelty, compared to a regular station wagon, has a ground clearance increased by 15 millimeters (157 mm), a protective body kit made of black plastic with silver inserts, metal pedals, embroidery on the seats with the version name and special wheels - 18-inch in the base and 19 -inch for an extra charge.
- In Europe, SkodOctaviScout is available with front-wheel drive for the first time. It comes with a base 1.5 petrol turbo engine with a capacity of 150 hp, both with a six-speed "mechanics" and with a seven-speed "robot" with two clutches. Also, the front-wheel drive Scout is available with a 115-horsepower two-liter turbo diesel and a manual transmission.
- The all-wheel drive cross-wagons are offered with a petrol 2.0 with a capacity of 190 hp, as well as with turbodiesels of the same displacement and a return of 150 or 200 horsepower. These engines are only compatible with a robotic gearbox.
The rest of the details about OctaviScout at Skod will be revealed in July. Then the European prices and the release date of the cross-station wagon will become known.
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