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The SKODA Yeti Urban has fallen-out with the rest of the range.

By Stephen Turvil
May 02, 2012
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The SKODA Yeti Urban has fallen-out with the rest of the range. But why? The problem is that the 'Urban' is a special edition limited to a production run of only seven hundred and fifty. This - combined with its extra features - has inflated the Urban's ego to monstrous proportions. This cocky SUV is based on the SE trim, but includes £2,450 worth of extra equipment. This includes the DAB radio, satellite navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, and a multi-function steering wheel to control the radio and telephone. The Urban's ego can be boosted further by specifying stainless steel peddles for £80, a sports exhaust trim for £50, and a twin-screen DVD system for £315. However, this might further irritate its family.

The SKODA Yeti Urban is listed with two refined engines, the 1.2-litre 105PS petrol and the 2.0-litre 110PS diesel – both teamed with manual transmission only. These average 44.1mpg and 52.3mpg, respectively. These power plants are available on other models too, so they are not a source of friction within the range. The same cannot be said for the Urban's striking exterior styling. This includes seventeen-inch black and chrome alloys, wheel arch extensions, and chrome side strips. This lot is wrapped-up with four ego enhancing colours: Black Magic pearl effect, Candy White, Brilliant Silver metallic, and Steel Grey metallic. All from £16,900 on-the-road. Cross your fingers for a family reunion.

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By Stephen Turvil
May 02, 2012