Skoda has presented in Frankfurt the facelifted Yeti which will be offered in two styling versions.
The standard model was designed for the city and will feature body-colored bumpers, side protective mouldings and rear panels, while the Outdoor model will have black plastic mouldings to provide a more rugged appearance. The facelift brings a redesigned front fascia with bi-xenon headlights featuring LED daytime running lights, Skoda's corporate grille and a revised bumper. The back shows more prominent badging on the tailgate and lightly updated taillights.
The 2013 Skoda Yeti facelift boasts a 180mm ground clearance and represents the company's first ever model to be available with an optional rear-view camera. Luggage space stands at 405 liters with the seats up and can be expanded to 1,760 liters after folding them down. Other highlights include a KESSY start system and a revised trunk featuring double-sided floor covering and a detachable LED light.
Customers will be able to pick from three gasoline engines and four diesels, FWD or AWD and a six-speed manual gearbox or a six/seven-speed DSG. The most economical version will be the GreenLine featuring a 105 HP (77 kW) 1.6-liter TDI engine with a six-speed manual sending power to the front axle. In this configuration, the facelifted Yeti has a fuel consumption of 4.6 liters / 100 km with 119 g/km of CO2 emissions.