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8th June, 2012

Skoda Yeti is now available with a 112TSI petrol-fuelled engine, adding more choice to the compact SUV line-up which includes the 77TSI and 103TDI variants.

Coupled with a six-speed manual or optional six-speed DSG gearbox, the new Yeti offering affords reasonable performance and appeals to the buyer looking for a package of efficiency, comfort and versatility.

This new addition to the Yeti range benefits from the same four-wheel-drive system as its 103TDI counterpart, incorporating a fourth-generation Haldex clutch. The system responds instantaneously to the traction requirements of each wheel under changing driving conditions, and is capable of deploying up to 90 per cent of torque to the rear axle to ensure consistent grip and stability on all roads at all times. (copyright image)
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Peak power of 112 kW is reached at 6,000 rpm for the DSG configuration, with maximum torque of 250 Newton-metres between 1,500 rpm and 4,200 rpm. The manual configuration meanwhile reaches a peak of 118 kW at 5,000 rpm and the maximum 250 Newton-metres of torque between 1,500 rpm and 4,500 rpm.

Designed, detailed and engineered at the Skoda Design and Technical Centre in Mlada Boleslav, the new 112TSI Yeti profits from the same class-leading features that made the initial line-up accepted in the Australian market: Flexible seating arrangements, high driving position and bold styling.

Skoda Yeti continues to set the standard laid down by the original model variants, combining all the strengths of a compact SUV with the practicality and running costs of a hatchback. Yeti is a true cross-over vehicle.

With prices starting at just $32,990* for the 112TSI with six-speed manual, or $35,290* for the 112TSI DSG, the new Yeti line-up offers the value that is expected of the Skoda brand.

Skoda Yeti range prices*

Yeti 77TSI Manual
Yeti 77TSI DSG
Yeti 103TDI Manual
Yeti 103TDI 4x4 DSG
Yeti 4x4 118TSI manual
Yeti 4x4 112TSI DSG


Metallic/Pearl effect paint: $490
Satellite navigation 'Columbus' (Yeti 4x4 103TDI/Yeti 4x4 112TSI): $2,890
Heated front seats (Yeti 4x4 103TDI/Yeti 4x4 112TSI): $290
Coloured roof: $390

NOTE: * Manufacturer's List Price (MLP) excludes dealer delivery fees and the numerous statutory charges (commonly known as on-road costs). Additionally, please note that all prices, fees and charges are subject to change without notice, as are the specifications.


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