New Skoda Rapid Review

Skoda India manufactured the New Skoda Rapid 2017 in the Rapid line-up which was first started in 1935-47 Skoda automobiles situated at Czech. The new Rapid, basically based on the Skoda Fabia hatchback car, has been made available in the hatchback and sedan versions. In the year 2011, Skoda launched the Rapid sedan in India and proved out to be a successful vehicle. This time Skoda India has made some perceptible changes in the new version of the Skoda Rapid.

Skoda has featured a freshly designed front dashboard in the new Skoda Rapid which also can be seen in other newly manufactured cars. The front facelift of new Rapid features a new design radiator-styled front grille surrounded by a finished frame dressing and new jagged headlight that makes the vehicle look more aggressive. The rear part of the vehicle too is featured with new outline of bumper which makes the car look more attractive.

Talking about the interior, the 2017 version of Skoda Rapid features an attractive cabin. The interiors look standard, well-finished as of the Volkswagen Vento. The cabin too has been updated to make it comparable with the exterior.

Not only in the exterior and interior, but Skoda has also given its concentration on the safety of the car. Skoda has featured Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), and dual airbags at the front for the safety of its owner.

Beside, Skoda has been exporting 3 different varieties of New Rapid in Nepal under the dealership of Skoda M.A.W.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,495,000 (For Rapid Active 1.6L Petrol),

Rs. 3,945,000 (For Rapid Ambition 1.6L Petrol),

Rs. 4,345,000 (For Rapid Style 1.6L Petrol)



 Body Type
 Basic Weight
 1111 kg
 4413 mm
 1466 mm
 2552 mm
 Front Track
 Rear Track
 Ground Clearance
 163 mm



Fuel Tank
 55 liters
 4, Inline
 Valves Per Cylinder
 4, DOHC
 1598 cc
 Max Power
 104 bhp @ 5200 RPM
 Max Torque
 153 Nm @ 3750 RPM



Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Front Wheels
Rear Wheels
Front Suspensions
 McPherson Suspension with Lower Triangular Links and Torsion Stabilizer
Rear Suspensions
 Compound Link Crank-Axle



 Number of Gears

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