Skoda Kushaq review, road test

    Published on Oct 03, 2021 09:00:00 AM


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    Does this Creta-rival have what it takes to grab a sizeable share of the midsize SUV pie? We find out.

    Skoda’s new 10-inch touchscreen is an easy-to-use system, with a dedicated shortcut bar to the left of the screen for easy access to the menus. What’s nice is that the touch sensitivity is good and it responds rather quickly. It features wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, although on several occasions we noticed connectivity issues during calls. The higher variants are equipped with a 6-speaker sound system, along with a subwoofer. While the quality is acceptable, it doesn’t sound nearly as nice as the branded audio systems that its rivals feature. Users can also locate their vehicle, check engine status and service schedules, among other things, via a mobile application.


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