The Kodiaq is one of the best family cars available. It has a spacious interior, with the option of seven seats and lots of thoughtful features that make your life a bit easier. It’s also good to drive and excellent value for money.
The Skoda Kodiaq is a large SUV that offers you excellent value for money and a high-quality interior with the option of seven seats. We have a wide range of used Skoda Kodiaq cars for sale that are available to purchase or finance.
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The style of the car
It’s a large SUV, so the Kodiaq has a strong presence, but its styling is quite subtle for this type of car. It looks and feels like a premium-brand car. The Scout version has a more rugged look, the Sport Line and high-performance vRS models look sportier. The interior is user-friendly and has a feeling of real quality.
How it drives
The Kodiaq’s a big car but it’s easy to drive thanks to light steering and a great view out. All models have parking sensors, and some have parking cameras, which make it easier to manoeuvre. The car feels safe and secure, giving a quiet and comfortable ride even on long motorway journeys, although its width means taking care on the narrowest city streets. There’s a wide range of petrol and diesel engines to choose from and all but the least powerful models have an automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive. The more powerful models, especially the high-performance vRS, are quite quick. Maximum towing capacity is 1600kg to 2000kg depending on model.
The Kodiaq has five doors and either five or seven seats, depending on model, and is about the same size as the Kia Sorento or Peugeot 5008. Its interior is very practical and more spacious than in most rivals. All seats have space for adults, even in seven-seat versions. Seven-seat versions have a small boot with all the seats in place but in five-seat mode the Kodiaq’s boot is huge, with space for five large suitcases. The back seats slide backwards and forwards to create more leg room or boot space as needed and there are three sets of Isofix mounts. The dashboard is user-friendly and the interior feels well made. All models have climate control, cruise control and DAB radio, while high-spec models have sat nav, leather seats and a sunroof.
Running costs and reliability
The Kodiaq is very good value compared with other large SUVs. All models give good fuel economy for this type of car – around 30-45mpg for petrol engines and 35-56mpg for diesels, according to official figures. Other than the sporty vRS model, tax and insurance costs are very competitive for a big family SUV. Safety organisation Euro NCAP awarded the Kodiaq, with its comprehensive set of driver safety systems, a full five-star safety rating.
How it compares with similar cars
There are a lot of large SUVs available. Those with seven seats include the Land Rover Discovery Sport, Peugeot 5008 and Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace. The Kodiaq is as good to drive as any of those, has a bigger boot and is better value.
Common questions about the Skoda Kodiaq
Skoda has a very strong reputation for building reliable cars and there are no particular issues with the Kodiaq.
The Kodiaq is available with petrol and diesel engines, all of which return good fuel economy for this type of car. Road tax and insurance for all models except the vRS should be inexpensive.
The Kodiaq is a very practical car that’s available with five or seven seats. Every seat has enough space for an adult to be comfortable and the boot is huge. Lots of clever storage compartments are dotted around the interior, too.
The Kodiaq is one of the best mid-size SUVs, offering more space and better value for money than most rivals, as well as a great drive and a high-quality interior.