Range Rover VELAR VS SKODA OCTAVIA SCOUT
Range Rover VELAR 2018 VS SKODA OCTAVIA SCOUT 2018
2018 Range Rover VELAR VS 2018 SKODA OCTAVIA SCOUT
2018 Range Rover VELAR:
The Land Rover Range Rover Velar brings a new dimension of glamour, modernity and elegance to the Range Rover family. Designed to fill the white space between Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sport, Velar offers levels of luxury, refinement and all-terrain capability never before seen in the mid-size SUV segment. This is a new type of Range Rover for a new type of customer. Jaguar Land Rover UK Managing Director, Jeremy Hicks said: "The new Range Rover Velar is a stunning addition to the Range Rover family, it enhances a model line-up that originally defined the luxury SUV segment and continues to do so. Velar brings increased choice to new and existing customers in a growing SUV market. It leads the way in terms of design, usable technology, new materials and of course Land Rover's legendary go anywhere, do anything capability. The whole team is enormously excited about bringing the new Range Rover Velar to customers across the UK." Land Rover Range Rover Velar is defined by a visually reductive approach and meticulous attention to precision in every detail, which evolves the Range Rover DNA. Velar's design is beautifully balanced, from its powerful proportions to its continuous waist line through to the taut tapered lines of the rear. The generous wheelbase contributes significantly to its elegance while helping to provide a spacious interior....
2018 SKODA OCTAVIA:
I can't figure out if the 2018 Skoda Octavia looks more like an ant, an alien or a spider. Whatever your eyes tell you about it, there’s one thing for sure: the Czech brand’s mid-size model remains an intriguing car in the market, and with the updated 2018 version (yes, 2018 already), there’s better equipment and plenty of new trinkets to choose from. Bear with me – this is going to get pretty speccy, pretty quick. Our car had plenty of jewellery; the Octavia 110TSI wagon with the brand’s DSG dual-clutch automatic has a list price of $27,990 plus on-road costs. It’s the most affordable auto wagon you can get. There’s an auto liftback sedan for $24,990, and if you can deal with a manual, you can lop $2000 off the price of either body-style. Seems like pretty good value, especially when you consider the standard equipment you get in the 110TSI. There’s adaptive cruise control, forward collision alert and autonomous emergency braking, driver fatigue monitoring, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, a new rear-view mirror with multi-view modes, and nine airbags (dual front, front side, rear side, curtain and driver’s knee coverage). That’s just the safety stuff. You also get convenience items like a leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual-zone climate control with rear seat vents, a new 8.0-inch touchscreen media unit with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and voice control, and an umbrella under the front passenger-side seat. Buuuuuut there are some items on our tester that make it feel more like a luxury-spec model rather than a base variant. And it has a price to reflect that...
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