The seats are comfortable overall, but under-thigh support on the rear bench could have been better.
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I have driven the car for over 17000kms in past one year, with 5 road-trips(avg 600kms in couple of days) across varying mountain terrains including extremely bad roads. Here are some of my observations:
- The car is extremely fun to drive in all conditions with a powerful engine. The low end torque could have been better.
- The biggest surprise is in terms of space management. During my weekend trips i have driven the car with 7 people (3 couples and a kid) with their weekend luggage. We could pack two cabin bags + three large duffel bags, there could be many permutations and combinations. The car has weird places to hold bags in the rear corners. The 3rd row is nowhere comparable to an Innova, but is sufficiently comfortable for children and short people.
- The seats are comfortable overall, but under-thigh support on the rear bench could have been better.
- During road-trips i have got a decent mileage of around 13kmpl.
- The ride quality is great but few bumps do filter in (typical of European cars)
- The car has an amazing music system which adds to the fun element during road trips.
- The AC could have been better, you will have to select lower temperatures than what you are used to.
If you go with the maintenance package , you absolutely have to pay nothing for 4 years except for fuel and wheel balancing. Skoda has improved their service network and quality in the past few years. Another point to mention is that the car has an amazing build quality. The biggest sweet-spot differentiator that kodiaq has over any other car is that, apart from being a practical car for weekend road trips, its equally fun driving it alone to office during weekdays (which an Innova is not), and is a looker.
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