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Sportline addition to Skoda Karoq range. Image by Skoda.

Sportline addition to Skoda Karoq range
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2018-03-11: Driven: Skoda Karoq Edition

Following the recent reveal of the rufty-tufty Karoq Scout, Skoda is adding a sharper version to the Karoq range. The Karoq Sportline will get sportier styling including restyled bumpers, black 19-inch alloy wheels, tinted glass and black roof rails, whilst inside, the black sports seats use breathable materials, the pedals get stainless steel accents and LEDs light up the mostly black, gizmo-laden cabin. Four-wheel drive is optional across the range with four engines available - two turbocharged petrol units (1.5- and 2.0-litre) and a pair of 2.0-litre turbodiesels (190- and 150hp). A six-speed manual gearbox will be standard across the range with a seven-speed DSG as an option. The Karoq Sportline will make its debut at the Paris Motor Show in October.

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2 Aug 2018

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