Lela S. Storey. Skoda. May 16th , 2017.
Škoda presented at the European market Rapid Spaceback ScoutLine, adventurous variant of the familiar version of Rapid. With the addition of some plastic fittings, larger tires and some new colors, the Czech product follows a recipe known as Mercosur.
The "adventurous" versions of conventional products are a success, no doubt. Some may be better made than others, but the fact is that there is a public that demands. And like any self-respecting fashion such companies seek to satisfy the "need" to be with the trend.
Škoda several years which has among its products the Scout versions of the countryside, which is why the known model with more robust suspensions, more plastic in the body that Chinese bazaar, and a set of alloy wheels and big tires to out to explore the countryside.
While the Mercosur know so singing this recipe, in Europe there is also a market sector that demands. And the Czech brand owned by Volkswagen presented this month for some markets in Europe, the new member that likes the outdoors. This is the Skoda Rapid Spaceback ScoutLine.
Although his name is enormously long, the product is fairly compact, and derives from Rapid SpaceBack saw a while ago. Aesthetics now face is modified by incorporating one sconces in black plastic bumpers and fenders, as well as some details in satin aluminum. Or so claims to be, it could be more plastic.
There are two options for alloy wheels Spaceback ScoutLine. A 16 ", called" Rock "or other 17", called "Camelot". Share the color palette with the Rapid Spaceback body, but adds the unique tone "Pistachio Green", which is what they see in pictures.
The range of mechanical options will be composed of three gasoline engines drive 90, 110, and 125 horsepower, while the turbodiesel will be two, 90 and 116 horsepower. There is no talk of displacements or benefits in any of the cases, although Škoda ensures that compliant with Euro 6, and take your time, energy recovery braking and Star & Stop system in order to improve fuel consumption and reduce CO2 emissions released into the air.
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