Introduction to the Kushaq
The all-new Skoda Kushaq was launched on the 28th of June and launched in the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, and TATA Harrier competition. Skoda company wishes that the car becomes the king of its segment. The Kushaq has entered the segment with a very tough competition with an impressive list of features and bold design. One more important thing is that the Kushaq doesn’t have a diesel engine. Yes, the car model is only available with a petrol variant.
Let us see whether the customers respond to Kushaq because they have many options in the similar segment with diesel engine options.
The Kushaq has a sharp and neat design in its exterior, as seen in the images below. The grille at the front, along with the neatly integrated headlamps, looks impressive. And the chrome finish around the grille gives it a unique look.
The alloy and wheels of 17-inch look smart and enhance the design of Kushaq. The rear design of the Kushaq is futuristic and has a European touch which attracts and makes it premium. Overall the Kushaq has a mixed design of subtle bits and quirky, making the car look pleasant.
Now let’s discuss the interior look of Kushaq. The design is not like the older ones. It feels premium and well-built from the inside. The 10-inch touchscreen tablet in the middle is integrated so that you can’t take off your eyes from it and is very comfortable to use while driving. Skoda Kushaq has some emerging features like Apple Car Play and Android Auto, new in today’s lifestyle.
The interior also has wireless charging near the gears. The dashboard has textured elements but also has some hard plastic too. The sliders for air conditioning and climate controls are easy to use, but the odometer is the same as the old ones, which means it’s an analog that was not expected at this price range.
- Power Steering
- Power Windows Front Only
- Anti Lock Braking System
- Air Conditioner
- Automatic Climate Control
- Fog Lights – Front
- Multi-function Steering Wheel
- ARAI Mileage – 17.71 kmpl
- Fuel Type – Petrol
- Engine Displacement(cc) – 1498
- Max Power (bhp@rpm) – 147.51bhp@5000-6000rpm
- Max Torque (nm@rpm) – 250nm@1500-3500rpm
- Seating Capacity – 5
- Transmission Type – Manual / Automatic
- Boot Space (Litres) – 385
- Fuel Tank Capacity – 50.0
- Body Type – SUV
- KIA Seltos. ₹ 9.95 Lakh – ₹ 17.65 Lakh.
- Hyundai Creta. ₹ 10.16 Lakh – ₹ 17.87 Lakh.
- Renault Duster. ₹ 9.86 Lakh – ₹ 14.25 Lakh.
- Nissan Kicks. ₹ 9.50 Lakh – ₹ 14.65 Lakh.
- Honda City 2017-20. ₹ 9.30 Lakh – ₹ 10.00 Lakh.
- Honda City. ₹ 11.00 Lakh – ₹ 14.95 Lakh.
|Active 1.0 TSI MT||Ahmedabad||Rs. 10.49 Lakhs|
|Ambition 1.0 TSI MT||Ahmedabad||Rs 12.79 Lakhs|
|Ambition 1.0 TSI AT||Ahmedabad||Rs 14.19 Lakhs|
|Style 1.0 TSI MT||Ahmedabad||Rs 14.59 Lakhs|
|Style 1.0 TSI AT||Ahmedabad||Rs 15.79 Lakhs|
|Style 1.5 TSI MT||Ahmedabad||Rs 16.19 Lakhs|
|Style 1.5 DSG||Ahmedabad||Rs 17.59 Lakhs|
The Skoda Kushaq will face tough competition in its segment because the audience has more options in the diesel engine and the same or less price in the market. However, this attracts the drivers with new futuristic features and a balance between performance and ride quality. The fact is that the price range of kushaq is high, so it may change the customers’ minds and lead them to choose other options in its segment.