Skoda is adding a new SE Drive trim level to its Fabia, Karoq and Kodiaq ranges. Designed to “showcase Skoda’s broad range of advanced technologies and design features”, the new SE Drive models are intended further to “enhance the brand’s reputation for delivering unbeatable value for money”.
Kicking off the new range of SE Drive models is the Fabia. Its specification is based on the SE model, but adds 16-inch Aronia alloy wheels, unique fabric upholstery and dashboard decor. Customers also benefit from an Amundsen satellite navigation system with Infotainment Online for one year and front and rear parking sensors as standard. Also included as standard are a surround sound package with six speakers, smartlink+ for connectivity with mobile devices, air conditioning and a three-spoke multifunction steering wheel.
Standard equipment includes 17-inch Aero alloy wheels, unique SE Drive upholstery and LED ambient lighting. Amundsen satellite navigation with Infotainment Online for one year, colour trip computer, front and rear parking sensors and a rear view camera are also included. This extra kit would normally cost SE buyers an additional £1,345 in options but the SE Drive costs just £855, offering customers a £365 saving by choosing the new model.
Topping the new SE Drive range is the Kodiaq SE Drive, which comes loaded with standard equipment. The specification list includes an Amundsen satellite navigation system with Infotainment Online for a year, a colour trip computer, rear view camera, rear LED tail lights and front and rear parking sensors.
Customers also get 19-inch Aero alloy wheels, unique SE Drive fabric upholstery, Mythos glossy black decor and LED ambient lighting.
Combined, this extra kit would normally cost SE buyers an additional £1,850 in options. However, with the SE Drive costing just £1,485 more than the standard SE, customers save £365 by choosing the new model.
All SE Drive models are available to order now, with the first deliveries anticipated mid-March.