The seven best features on the new Skoda Kamiq

The seven best features on the new Skoda Kamiq

Fancy a new Skoda Kamiq? We pick out its most exciting features...

At last, the Skoda Kamiq has made its way to UK shores. This crossover looks to be one of the hottest options on the market this year, and is sure to stand out in a very competitive segment.

Looking to make one your next purchase? We’ve picked out the best features the Kamiq has to offer… 

High-levels of safety

Under scrutiny of the independent Euro NCAP safety board, the Skoda Kamiq stole the show with a top-marks, five-star rating. This is in part thanks to impressive safety kit that includes front assist and lane keep assist for no extra cost to the customer.

Impressive engines 

Skoda’s excellent range of 1.0-litre petrol engines are offered on the Kamiq, with 113bhp its current highest output. These units deliver big on efficiency too, with Skoda saying it’s capable of returning 53.3mpg in its most potent guise while emitting just 150g/km of CO2.

Loads of boot space

Need luggage space? The Skoda Kamiq can offer that in spades. Its boot offers up to 400 litres of room with all of its seats in place — rising up to 1,395 litres with the back row folded flat. Compare that with a Volkswagen Golf’s 380 litres, and it looks very impressive 

Cutting-edge technology 

Hop inside a high-spec Kamiq, and you’ll find a crystal-clear 9.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system — supporting both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. On top of that, LED headlights are a standard feature while the cabin is awash with USB-C ports which lets modern mobile devices make the most of its charging facilities.

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Stand-out looks

Many doubters will say the crossover market is full of lookalikes, but the Skoda Kamiq does well to stand out. It’s bold and sharp silhouette makes an impact that’s only heightened by its futuristic slim headlights and striking rear design.

Comfort for everyone

Everyone in the Skoda Kamiq will be comfortable. With the rear seats offering a remarkable level of legroom without having to compromise on space for those upfront, its boxy shape lends well to headroom. Its ride is also very supple, even more so on smaller alloy wheels.

Affordable pricing

Starting at just £17,700, the Skoda Kamiq offers a lot of car for the money. Those wanting the absolute best in the Czech firm’s kit offerings can step right up to SE L for only £21,180, bringing equipment like its large touchscreen, keyless start and a microsuede interior upholstery.

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