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Facelifted Skoda Yeti to cost from £16,600; Free trim upgrades for MG6; New 4C sports car service intervals confirmed
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3 October 2013

The facelifted Skoda Yeti will cost between £16,600 for the Yeti S 1.2 TSI 105 rising to £27,050 for the range-topping Yeti Outdoor Y&K TDI 140 4x4 DSG. As before, the Yeti is offered with two- or four-wheel drive. Facelifted models are available in Yeti Outdoor specification which has a more rugged appearance. Order books open this month; first deliveries are expected in January. 

MG Motor is promoting a free upgrade on MG6 diesel models. For no extra cost MG will upgrade mid-range SE models to the range-topping TSE, representing a saving of £3000. Moving from SE to TSE adds front parking sensors, 18-inch wheels, a rear parking camera, leather trim, automatic lights and wipers, Bluetooth connectivity and electric heated seats.

Alfa Romeo has confirmed that the new 4C will require a service every 20,000km (approximately 12,500 miles) or yearly, whichever is first. It had previously been rumoured that the new rear-engined sports car would require a service every 4,500 miles.

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superstevie 5 October 2013

£16600! Thats a big price

£16600! Thats a big price rise! Currently on the Skoda website, the Yeti starts at £15250

peterover 4 October 2013

They have ruined the Yeti.

They have ruined the Yeti. Sad

MG6 is becoming seriously good value!

catnip 3 October 2013

Oh dear, the Yeti does look

Oh dear, the Yeti does look rather dull now. I wonder if some VW top brass had a quiet word to them about producing a successful model which had some personality in its looks.....

K_A 4 October 2013

I wholeheartedly...

catnip wrote:

Oh dear, the Yeti does look rather dull now. I wonder if some VW top brass had a quiet word to them about producing a successful model which had some personality in its looks.....

Agree. The pre-facelift model added character to the vehicle.

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