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  • äkoda ups the excitement for all new Scala with prices starting from £16,595




    • Prices and specifications announced for all-new Scala hatchback
    • Three trim grades with prices starting from just £16,595 OTR
    • Three engines from launch; two petrol units and one diesel
    • Alloy wheels, air conditioning and LED headlamps standard on all models
    • UK deliveries set to start in summer


    SKODA has announced UK prices and final trim specifications for the all-new Scala hatchback. Set to arrive in the UK in the summer, the new Scala introduces a striking evolution of SKODAís celebrated design language along with a host of all-new infotainment systems and host of engineering and safety innovations.


    Priced from just £16,595 OTR the Scala is the first äKODA to be based on the Volkswagen Groupís advanced MQB A0 platform. In true äKODA fashion, the new Scala is defined by its intelligent and practical interior design that delivers exceptional levels of passenger and load space.


    Three engine options will be available to customers from launch (two petrol and one diesel) with power outputs ranging from 115PS to 150PS, while a 95PS petrol engine arrives later in the summer. The petrol range consists of two 1.0 TSI units with 95PS and 115PS and a 1.5 TSI engine with 150PS. The Scalaís diesel option is a 1.6 TDI unit that generates 115PS. All engines, with the exception of the 1.0 TSI 95PS unit are available with an optional seven-speed DSG transmission.


    The range consists of three familiar trim grades; S, SE and SE L, with all three offering high levels of standard specification. Despite its status as the entry-level model, the S is fitted with 16-inch alloy wheels, LED headlamps, leather steering wheel, gear and handbrake lever and a height adjustable driverís seat. Customers opting for S model also get air-conditioning, DAB digital radio, front and rear electric windows and Swing infotainment system with 6.5-inch screen. In terms of safety equipment, the S model, which joins the range later in the Summer, features front head and side airbags, Front assist, Lane assist, Speed limiter and Emergency call with proactive services.


    The mid-range SE model is priced from £18,580 and adds a host of additional features including cruise control, rear parking sensors, Bolero infotainment system with 8-inch touchscreen, integrated umbrella, and height adjustable passenger seat.

    Priced from £20,380 OTR, the range-topping SE L adds even more equipment and delivers one of the most comprehensive specification lists in the sector. It includes äKODAís new Amundsen infotainment system with 9.2-inch glass touchscreen, digital cockpit, climate control air conditioning, keyless entry with start/stop and a colour multifunction trip computer. The exterior design features 17-inch alloy wheels, full LED rear lights, dynamic indicators and privacy glass on the rear windows. Inside, the seats are finished with silver Microsuede trims and chrome details on the dashboard, door panelling, gear and handbrake lever.

    The new Scala is positioned between the recently updated Fabia and Octavia models in äKODAís new-look range. Thanks to its long wheelbase of 2,649 mm, the Scala offers sector-best levels of rear headroom. Its boot capacity of 467 litres (extendable to 1,410 litres with the rear seats folded) is also the most accommodating in the sector.


    The new Scala will open for order in May, with first deliveries expected in the summer. Further information relating to performance and economy will be announced in due course.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: äkoda ups the excitement for all new Scala with prices starting from £16,595 started by stuart View original post
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