14 December 2016
Feature

The Skoda Yeti will be replaced in 2018, so as a swansong of sorts, we put it to the ultimate test in the wilds of Bhutan.

Despite being six years old, the Yeti had its biggest year of sales in the UK in 2015, showing its continuing popularity in the face of plenty of rivals, including the Nissan Qashqai and Seat Ateca.

But how would it fare on the rough roads of a country where only a handful of the population own cars? It's certainly not the obvious choice for an adventure, but with four-wheel drive employed and off-road tyres firmly in place, we pushed the Yeti to its limits on the tricky terrain of Bhutan.

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14 December 2016
Looks like an advert for a holiday. A very nice holiday.

15 December 2016
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