The next step in ŠKODA's design language
Improved engine range that delivers lower emissions
Up to 1,395 litres of boot space
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The new ŠKODA Yeti models will be our first to come with an optional rear-view parking camera. It will also feature the automatic lock and start function ‘KESSY’, as well as the latest generation of the automatic Park Assist system – press a button and the system will begin searching for a parking space in a line of cars or obstacles.
There a many useful Simply Clever features available on the new Yeti models, including a double-sided floor covering and a detachable LED light in the boot, and a waste container in the side door to name a few.
The Yeti is available with a range of modern engines, including two-wheel drive (four-wheel drive will now only be available on Yeti Outdoor models) manual transmission and advanced DSG automatic transmissions.
The GreenLine II version of the new Yeti will be available in two-wheel drive with a manual gearbox and will emit just 119 g/km of CO2.
The ŠKODA Yeti is uncompromised in terms of safety. Our compact SUV received the maximum 5-star rating in the 2009 Euro NCAP Crash test.
Active safety is enhanced with ESC (Electronic Stability Control) and ABS (Anti-lock Breaking System). Other smart protection features include a driver fatigue sensor and hill-hold control, which applies pressure on the braking system for a further one or two seconds after the driver releases the brake pedal, allowing enough time to move away without rolling.
In terms of passive safety, the new Yeti possesses up to nine airbags, height-adjustable headrests, and ISOFIX points to securely fasten child seats to the car's chassis, ensuring the child seat is effectively secured in the event of a collision. ISOFIX can be specified on the front passenger seat too.
† Standard EU Test figures for comparative purposes and may not reflect real driving results. Click here for more information.