Skoda has presented in Frankfurt the facelifted Yeti which will be offered in two styling versions.

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.

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Facelifted Skoda Yeti lands in Frankfurt