All-new Skoda Slavia 1.0 TSI launched at Rs 10.69 lakh (ex-showroom)
The all-new Skoda Slavia 1.0 TSI sedan is finally launched and prices start at Rs 10.69 lakh (ex-showroom).
The Skoda Slavia 1.0 TSI will be available in three variations with two transmission options, with the fully loaded Style variant with the six-speed torque converter automatic and sunroof option costing a maximum of 15.39 lacs. In all Skoda Slavia 1.0 TSI models, a six-speed manual transmission will be available.
The Skoda Slavia undercuts the Honda City 5th generation by more than 5% at the base price, around Rs 50,000 cheaper than the Honda City. At the mid-range, the Skoda Slavia Ambition manual and automatic are almost 3 percent less expensive than the Honda City mid-range alternatives. Style trims cost around 2 percent more than Honda City ZX (highest end) trims at the top.
The Skoda Slavia, on the other hand, provides turbo as standard across the range, which City does not, as well as higher torque and a slew of safety features. The Skoda also offers a torque converter for its automatic transmission which enables better performance than the CVT offered in the City.
The all-new Skoda Slavia 1.0 TSI is powered by a 1-litre, three-cylinder turbo petrol engine. It sends 115PS and 178Nm of torque to the front wheels. The TSI engine is rated for fuel efficiency of up to 19.47 kmpl and can accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in 10.7 seconds.
Feature highlights will include the new 8-inch digital instrument cluster, 10-inch touchscreen infotainment, single-pane sunroof, ventilated front seats, connected-tech, climate control, auto headlamps and wipers and LED lighting. Adding to the standard ESC, the Slavia will also get tyre-pressure monitoring on all variants. Another new addition is that of a hill-hold function on higher-spec versions. Up to six airbags, electronic differential lock, multi-collision braking, auto headlamps and wipers and rear parking cameras will be other safety highlights.
Starts Rs 10.69 Lakhs
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