The new Enyaq benefits from Skoda’s well-perceived brand image, representing high quality at competitive prices. As a mixture between a SUV and an estate car, it is an attractive vehicle concept for families, with a comparatively high boot volume of 585 litres and a long range of over 500 kilometres/300 miles with the higher-capacity battery. The Enyaq also has a small turning circle – even better than its Volkswagen ID.4 sibling – meaning it is very well suited for inner-city use.
The interior has a clean and appealing dashboard with a 13-inch touchscreen, and is spacious, with practical storage compartments. Options like rear blinds, electric boot opening, electric seats with massage and memory functions, and a panoramic roof are available on all versions.
The entry-level model is offered at a very competitive price, especially compared to Korean rivals with less powerful engines. An ‘RS’ version is coming later this year, with higher power output and a more dynamic exterior, which will attract sportier drivers. At least for a while, the Enyaq will be in high demand as one of the best-value models in its class.
Click here or on the image above to read Autovista Group’s benchmarking of the Skoda Enyaq in Germany, Spain, and the UK. The interactive launch report presents new prices, forecast RVs and SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) analysis.