Skoda Kushaq prices now start at Rs 9.99 lakh

    New entry-level Kushaq Active Peace variant costs Rs 1 lakh less than the erstwhile base Active variant.

    Published On Apr 29, 2022 06:10:00 PM


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    Skoda Kushaq prices now start at Rs 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom), thanks to the introduction of the new entry-level Kushaq Active Peace variant that sits below the Kushaq Active (Rs 10.99 lakh). This is the second new variant added by Skoda to the Kushaq SUV line-up this week. 

    • Skoda Kushaq prices now start at Rs 9.99 lakh
    • New Active Peace variant introduced is Rs 1 lakh cheaper
    • New Ambition Classic variant added to the line-up as well

    Skoda Kushaq Active Peace: What’s new? 

    Dealer sources tell us that the new Skoda Kushaq Active Peace variant misses out on the touchscreen infotainment system and speakers that are standard on the erstwhile base variant, the Kushaq Active (Rs 10.99 lakh). At Rs 9.99 lakh, the new Kushaq Active Peace still comes loaded with steering-mounted audio controls, which could be useful if buyers choose to fit an aftermarket audio system. 

    This makes the Kushaq’s entry price cheaper by a whole Rs 1 lakh, even when compared to its sister-model, the Volkswagen Taigun, whose pricing starts at Rs 10.99 lakh for the entry-level Comfortline variant. 

    As far as engine and gearbox options go, this variant is only available with a 114hp, 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine that's mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox.

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    Also see: 

    Skoda Kushaq Ambition Classic priced from Rs 12.69 lakh

    Skoda Kushaq review, test drive



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