Skoda is bringing sportswear, not because of a New Year's goal. On the other hand, campaign models Skoda Kamiq Blackline and Skoda Scala Blackline are driven into place with many sports equipment in their equipment packages. Skoda dealers all over the country are holding open houses on the weekends of January 7th and 8th and January 14th and 15th.
As a Blackline model, the Skoda Kamiq urban SUV has extra features worth more than $4,900 at no additional cost. It has a 16-inch Sunset with dark-tinted rear windows, a black radiator grill, side mirrors, roof rails, and design elements on the bumpers. The Hoedus Aero alloy wheels have a dark-tinted finish. At the same time, the campaign model's 3-spoke sports multifunction leather steering wheel and Drive Mode Select make it easier to drive in a sporty way. The equipment package includes Easy Start, a remote central locking system with a start/stop button, wireless phone charging, and a Bolero radio with eight speakers. The car has a touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, and a Climatronic air conditioning system with two zones. For $35,600, you can get a 1.0 TSI 95-hp Skoda Kamiq Blackline.
The Skoda Scala Blackline is just behind the Skoda Kamiq Blackline in equipment value, over $4,700. Skoda's hatchback is large, with 16-inch Hoedus Aero alloy wheels, Sunset—dark-tinted rear windows and radiator grille, black side mirrors and side window moldings, and a 3-spoke sports multifunction leather steering wheel and Drive Mode Select to emphasize the sporty driving style. The Skoda Scala Blackline also has Easy Start, a remote central locking system with a start/stop button, wireless charging for cell phones, and a Bolero radio with eight speakers, "Apple CarPlay," and a touch screen. A 1.0 TSI 95 hp Skoda Scala Blackline costs $32,400.
Skoda is also expanding the features of their existing Life equipment models as part of the campaign. Some models can be delivered right away. So, if you buy a Kamiq Life or Scala Life while supplies last, you can get a set of complete winter tires with Nanuq alloy rims for $790. The set is usually sold for $1,490.
Skoda is also doing something new by opening private leasing online simultaneously. This means you can quickly and conveniently lease your next Skoda on your smartphone and then pick it up at your local Skoda dealer. At first, it's just Skoda Kamiq Blackline and Skoda Kamiq Life, which can be leased privately for $456 per month with a $1,426 down payment. It's a private lease lasting for three years and allows 15,000 kilometers per year.
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