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For some time now, the Skoda Kodiaq has been poaching in the area of the VW Tiguan, Audi Q5, BMW X3 or the Mercedes GLC. Basically nothing more than a long Tiguan, the Kodiaq with VW technology comes at a “discount price” because, for approx. € 1000 less, there is approx. 21 cm. more body. The space available is even superior to the new VW Touareg, which the Kodiaq owes mainly to the transversely installed engine-gearbox unit of the modular transverse matrix (MQB), which saves a lot of length. However, the disadvantage of the whole thing is the fact that the engine selection is therefore quite limited as there is only space for four cylinders. But tuner compensates for this ABT Sportsline now with the AEC - ABT engine control unit.
The 2.0 TSI thus comes to 216 PS & 360 NM (series 180 PS & 320 NM) and the popular 2.0 TDI also increases significantly if requested. Here it goes up to 215 PS & 440 NM (series 190 PS & 400 NM) and the smaller diesel goes up similarly and now makes 180 PS & 380 NM (series 150 PS & 340 NM). The ABT light alloy wheels design DR, ER-C, FR and GR are also available in the dimensions 18 to 21 inches. Several finishes in mystic black, matt black, glossy black or gun metal can be selected here and some variants are provided with diamond-machined areas as special contrast points. In some cases, a wheel spacer set is already included.
(Photos: ABT Sportsline GmbH,)
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ABT Sportsline 216PS & 440Nm Skoda Kodiaq
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