It’s hardly a secret that a new Yeti is on its way, after all the current car has been on sale more than seven years, but as a final swansong before its replacement arrives next year, Skoda has added great value SE Drive and SE L Drive models. Here we test the latter which includes extra equipment like a navigation system, heated front windscreen, front parking sensors, LED rear lights and silver roof rails. The extra equipment would normally cost £1,855, but the SE L Drive model costs just £755 more than the regular SE L.
You can read the full report on this Skoda Yeti in the April 2017 issue of Diesel Car. Order a back issue by clicking here and choosing a single issue
Strong, flexible engine. Solid and dependable. Hugely practical and spacious. Great all-round visibility. Excellent tow car.
Touchscreen could be placed higher. Ride comfort can get unsettled over poor surfaces. Not as frugal as some rivals.