The most expensive version is going to set you back £34,895.

Following its introduction at the Paris Motor Show, the “Skodiaq” is getting ready for its U.K. market launch set to occur next month when Skoda will begin taking orders. Available in four trims (S, SE, SE L, Edition), the cheapest version of the Czech SUV is going to cost £21,495 for the S version fitted with the 125-hp 1.4 TSI engine sending power to the front axle through a six-speed manual gearbox.

Skoda’s hugely practical SUV will come with a decent amount of kit even in the entry-level guise that will have 17-inch alloys and LED daytime running lights. The roomy interior cabin will be home to a leather-wrapped steering wheel, keyless system, as well as DAB digital radio and SmartLink to handle all of your smartphone connectivity needs. Keep in mind that going for the S trim means you’ll be stuck with the aforementioned gasoline engine.

2017 Skoda Kodiaq Paris Motor Show
2017 Skoda Kodiaq Paris Motor Show

Upgrade to the SE model (from £22,945) and you will have access to a wider array of engines and substantially more equipment. Wheels are up one inch in size, while cruise control, tinted windows, rear parking sensors, and auto-dimming mirrors are part of the deal as well. The interior also gets an 8-inch touchscreen, dual-zone climate control, and rain & light sensors. Should you want the seven-seat version, that’ll be an extra £1,000.

Moving up the range, the SE L (starting at £28,595) comes as standard in the seven-seat flavor and features a powered tailgate along with larger 19-inch rims. Skoda will also throw in sat-nav with Wi-Fi, as well as full LED headlights, and an Alcantara upholstery.

2017 Skoda Kodiaq Paris Motor Show
2017 Skoda Kodiaq Paris Motor Show

The range-topping Kodiaq Edition (kicking off at £30,695) has all the bells and whistles a Skoda can offer, and like the SE L, it comes exclusively in seven-seat guise. The SUV rides on a different set of 19-inch alloys and features chrome roof rails along with a metallic paint. Inside there’s leather upholstery and wireless charging support, along with a generous amount of safety kit, such as High Beam Assist, Lane Assist, and Blind Spot Detection.

Those feeling generous can go for the Kodiaq Edition with the 190-hp 2.0 TDI engine hooked up to a seven-speed DSG and an all-wheel drive layout that starts from £34,895, making it the most expensive version money can buy.

Customer deliveries are scheduled to start from April 2017.

Source: Skoda U.K.

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