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New 2014 Skoda Yeti L unveiled

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Skoda Yeti facelift for China will sport a tailgate-mounted spare. Indian Autos Blog spotted this refreshed Yeti Long Wheelbase at the ongoing Guangzhou Motor Show.


The spare wheel is mounted on a separate metal arm which swings to the left-hand side and enables access to the boot. The same sort of mechanism is seen on VW’s CrossFox in Brazil as well.


We also notice that Skoda has shifted the position of the registration plate enclosure from the bootlid to the rear bumper. The Yeti shown at Guangzhou was the Outdoor variant which sports a few visual features such as silver skid plates and plastic body cladding. It remains unclear whether Skoda would also introduce the Yeti Style in China, and if they do, whether a similar arrangement for the spare wheel would be followed.

The Yeti which you see here is a stretched version sporting a 2,638 mm wheelbase (as compared to the standard Yeti’s 2,578 mm). Overall length has increased from 4,223 mm to 4,275 mm while the height has reduced from 1,691 mm to 1,682 mm. (Source:

Do you think it'll work for India ? Will it give VW-Skoda much needed SUV in 15-20 lacs price range to rival on Toyota Fortuner, Nissan upcoming X-Trail or Qashqai & Renault koleos !

Well i think, it can work well here.

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I like that rear mounted tailgate. The Yeti is a very good car and very capable. Skoda need to price it better and at the same time market it as well. That spare mounted on the tail gate looks sweet.

Cmon Skoda give us a Yeti with DSG

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