Skoda Slavia Matte Edition announced: Ahead of the festive season across the country, Slavia has introduced a new top model. Skoda India has introduced a matte version of the Slavia with feature updates for the top-spec variants of the Kushaq and the Slavia. Apart from this, the prices of the models of the vehicles have been changed, and will continue for a certain period of time. will be
Skoda Slavia Price Ex-Showroom 2023
Let’s know further, Skoda has introduced the top-spec powered front seats of Kushaq and Slavia, it has emphasized on something special. Illuminated footwell lighting and a subwoofer in the boot and with this update, prices for both the Slavia and Kushaq start at Rs 10.89 lakh (ex-showroom) and this is valid only till the festive season.
Here’s a detailed look at the prices of the Slavia Matte Edition:
|Skoda Slavia Matte Edition Price (Ex-Showroom)|
|Slavia 1.0 TSI MT Matte Edition||Rs – 15.52 Lakh|
|Slavia 1.0 TSI AT Matte Edition||Rs – 16.72 Lakh|
|Slavia 1.5 TSI MT Matte Edition||Rs – 17.72 Lakh|
|Slavia 1.5 TSI AT Matte Edition||Rs – 19.12 Lakh|
The Slavia Matte Edition costs Rs 40,000 more than the regular Style trim, which Skoda recently discounted for the festive season.
Skoda Slavia Matte Edition Exterior
The special edition Slavia comes finished in a matte Carbon Steel exterior paint shade, while the wing mirrors and the door handles are finished in a gloss black shade. The chrome treatment for the grille, fog lamp garnish and window surround, however, have been retained for some contrast.
Skoda Slavia Matte Edition interior
There, however, aren’t any major changes on the inside – it continues with a dual-tone dashboard and the equipment list is identical to that of the top-spec Style trim. Skoda recently updated the Slavia Style with powered front seats and footwell illumination which, too, are featured on the Slavia Matte Edition.
Skoda Slavia Matte Edition Powertrain Options
Skoda Slavia Matte Edition announced: The carbon steel exterior is painted in a matte finish with contrasting highlights. Skoda Slavia Matt Addison Kushaq Matt Kushaq Matt Addison As for the powertrain, the special edition of the sedan has two engine options, in this you can get 1.0 liter petrol. The Slavia Matte Edition continues with the 115hp, 150Nm 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine mated. Let me tell you that the former will be paired with a 6 six-speed torque converter, and the 150hp, 250Nm 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine mated, the latter will be paired with a 7 seven-speed DSG gearbox.
Slavia Matte Edition Announced
Speaking on the excellent synonym, Petr Solak, Brand Director, Skoda Auto India, said, “The aim of our product mark is to welcome more customers to the Skoda family. And matches with the spirit of the ceremony. It has always been our hope to provide better and better vehicles to our customers and ensure high level of customer satisfaction with our products and services. These festive offerings and enhancements to our products act on this desire and provide great value to our customers.
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FAQs: Slavia Matte Edition announced
ANS: The Škoda Slavia is a new subcompact sedan for India, based on the Volkswagen Virtus. It’s a stylish and spacious car that’s perfect for Indian roads.
ANS: he 2023 Skoda Slavia Matte Edition is Rs. 40,000 more than the Style variant, with prices starting from Rs. 15,11,999 and going up to Rs. 19,11,999 (ex-showroom, India).
The Skoda Slavia, a luxury sedan based on the MQB-A0 platform, is the latest addition to Volkswagen’s INDIA 2.0 strategy. Prices start at Rs 11.39 lakh ex-showroom.
The Slavia and Virtus both have 1498 cc petrol engines, but the Virtus gets better mileage at 20.8 kmpl, compared to the Slavia’s 19.47 kmpl.