The Yeti Outdoor is right at home in muddy, wet conditions

Skoda Yeti
Outdoor SE

STUART KIDMAN drives the new Skoda Yeti, now aimed at school run mums as much as the 4x4 market


Skoda Yeti Outdoor SE 2.0 TDi 4x4

By STUART KIDMAN
Posted on 05 March 2014

It’s all too easy to write off Skoda’s Yeti as a wannabe 4x4. After all it’s size is more in keeping with the likes of the Nissan Qashqai or Kia’s Sportage, two of its key rivals and both assigned to the burgeoning ‘crossover’ sector.   This car’s off-road ability in 4x4 form is one of its main selling points, particularly to campers and caravanners. However, Skoda is now pursuing a different type of driver.

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