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skoda Yeti SE L Drive, 2017, front
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skoda Yeti SE L Drive, 2017, sat nav
skoda Yeti SE L Drive, 2017, interior
skoda Yeti SE L Drive, 2017, rear, action
skoda Yeti SE L Drive, 2017, side, static
skoda Yeti SE L Drive, 2017, display screen

SKODA has added two new models to its Yeti SUV range offering extra equipment at a reduced price.

The SE Drive and SE L Drive Yetis are based on SE and SE L models with the SE Drive adding £2,295 of extra equipment for an additional £935 over the price of the SE it is based on, while SE L Drive offers extra kit worth £1,850 for £755 more than the standardSE L.

Building on the specification of the Yeti SE, which includes dual-zone climate control, cruise control, rear parking sensors and Bluetooth telephone connectivity, SE Drive adds Amundsen satellite navigation with DAB radio, auto-dimming rear view mirror, heated windscreen, heated front seats and front parking sensors.

SE Drive models also get new seat upholstery and distinctive 17-inch alloy wheels while SE L Drive models have leather upholstery, LED rear lights, part silver roof rails and bi-xenon headlights.

The two Drive modelsare available with three engines - two diesels and one petrol.

The 1.2 TSI petrol engine has 110bhp and is available either with a six-speed manual or six-speed DSG automatic gearbox.

The 2.0-litre TDI diesel also develops 110bhp mated to a manual gearbox and the option of four-wheel drive.

A more powerful 2.0-litre TDI with 150bhp has four-wheel drive as standard.

Since its launch in the UK in 2009 the Yeti has sold well and last year notched up its best sales figures of 13,600 models.

The SE Drive 1.2 TSI has a starting price of £20,095 with the SE L Drive 1.2 TSI a base price of £21,745.

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