New Skoda Yeti SE Drive and SE L Drive
Published Date: 14th Feb 2017
Just ahead of an all new Skoda Yeti planned for 2018, two more additions have been added alongside the S, SE, SE L, SE L Technology and Laurin & Klement trim levels - SE Drive and SE L Drive – adding additional standard equipment to the existing SE and SE L.
The New Skoda Yeti SE Drive and SE L Drive
The SE Drive builds upon the standard specification available on the SE and adds a host of features for a fraction of the price it would cost for the SE with these retail options. First off there’s dual zone climate control and Bluetooth connectivity included. A satellite navigation system and digital radio is also added. The uniquely helpful and popular heated windscreen makes it to the list alongside heated front seats and front and rear parking sensors. A new seat upholstery and 17 inch alloy wheels top off the standard equipment found on the SE Drive. We’ve added up the cost of the options on the SE and it comes to £2,295 of equipment for just £935 when compared to the SE Drive trim, value for money as always with Skoda without skipping on the build quality.
SE L Drive follows the same recipe with additional extras to the standard SE L, the same options as above with some additions. Leather upholstery, LED taillights, part silver roof rails, unique 17 inch alloys and Bi-xenon headlamps make up the SEL Drive. All for £755 more than the normal SE L with options that would cost more than double that figure.
The usual engine line up of 1.2 TSI 110bhp in manual or DSG alongside a 2.0 TDI diesel engine, with two different power outputs 110bhp and 150bhp, four wheel drive is also an option in manual or DSG.