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The All New Skoda Kushaq – Next Generation Mobility

Skoda Kushaq

The top-of-the-line Style model of the new Skoda Kushaq Anniversary Edition has received some exterior and interior upgrades. In a recent Global NCAP crash test, the Skoda Kushaq SUV received a 5-star rating.As you know one of the best mid-size SUVs is the Kushaq. There are two engine choices for the Skoda Kushaq. Also, both are petrol. There is no diesel available, and there will not be any.


The Kushaq’s capable dynamics match the eagerness of its 1.5-liter engine. First, the steering is fairly accurate, despite not being particularly responsive. Even though it’s brief, you never feel anxious or unsure about the car’s response. If things started to go sideways, it was simple to precisely position the SUV in the corner and make any necessary fine adjustments. figuratively and literally. The Kushaq is predictable and stable even in handling terms. It does a good job of changing direction quickly.

The ride as well is enjoyable. It’s nothing special, but it does the job and is typical. It is not plush, but it is absorbent. It covers the bumps and has square edges that are well-distributed, but it doesn’t completely shield the occupants from what happens on the road below. However, most of the time, it never gives the passengers a rude shock.


The Kushaq measures 1612mm tall, 1760mm wide, and 4225mm in length. A car with larger exterior dimensions has a stronger presence on the road. The Kushaq has a wheelbase of 2651 mm. A car with a shorter wheelbase is more agile, while a car with a longer wheelbase is more stable at high speeds and has more legroom in the back seat.

It turns out that the doors, whether front or rear, and even the tail gate, have some weight to them. We have also come to expect a crispness in the door closings from European automobiles. Additionally, there is a resounding thump at the conclusion. Having said that, it is unquestionably inferior to the Skoda Rapid. In the meantime, the design is beautiful. Even in terms of road presence, it is not a very large vehicle. However, it still appears strong despite being compact. With a partial LED setup, it has all the right bling elements in its lighting. It has enough lines and edges on the sides and back to make it look younger, more taut, and more active.

Interior & Features Details

There is a lot packed into this top-of-the-line Skoda Kushaq Style trim; something that the skoda other cars was unable to provide. And the new SUV may benefit from that alone. It can start and enter without a key. The seat for the driver can be adjusted in height. Additionally, it and the front passenger’s are ventilated. You have a touchscreen-operated climate control system with only one zone. Additionally, we adore the brand-new multipurpose two-spoke steering wheel.

The Kushaq is available from Skoda with features like an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay (the Monte Carlo has a 10-inch touchscreen), a 6-speaker sound system with a subwoofer, a wireless phone charger, automatic climate control, a sunroof with a single pane, push-button start, ambient lighting, ventilated front seats, and cruise control. Up to six airbags, electronic stability control (standard), hill hold control, a rear-view camera with parking sensors, and a tyre pressure monitoring system are among its safety features.

Variants & Shades

There are five different versions of the Skoda Kushaq: Active, Ambition, Ambition Classic, Style, and Monte Carlo.

It comes in the following colors: Carbon Steel, Candy White, Reflex Silver, Honey Orange, and Tornado Red. The Ambition Classic, which has a mid-range specification, features a dual-tone scheme for all colors.

The most expensive Monte Carlo is available in red and white with a roof made of Carbon Steel Grey.


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