Skoda SUVs Discover the Skoda SUV range and compare new, used and leasing deals

Skoda has been a contender in the SUV game for some years now, and over that period, the brand has built up an extensive range of impressive offerings. These range from dinky and affordable to large and practical, while the most recent additions to the range - the Enyaq and Enyaq Coupe - have the all-electric base covered. Here’s our guide to Skoda’s SUV line-up, as we walk you through from smallest and cheapest to biggest and priciest.

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Skoda SUV range: current models

From tiny to titanic, Skoda’s SUVs come in a wide range of sizes.

Skoda Kamiq

The Kamiq is the smallest and cheapest of Skoda’s SUV line-up, but don’t go thinking that makes it a poor relation. This is a very grown-up feeling car, with impressive quality, easy-to-use functions and a surprisingly generous amount of interior space: four adults will be comfy, and five will squeeze in at a push. The boot is a good size, too, if not as big as those in some competitors. Punchy turbocharged engines offer an impressive blend of performance and economy, while a comfortable ride makes the Kamiq feel sophisticated on the road.

Skoda Karoq

The midsize Karoq is next up in Skoda’s SUV range, and it competes with hugely popular cars such as the Nissan Qashqai and SEAT Ateca. If you value practicality and versatility above all else, then the Karoq is one of the best choices in the class. There’s lots of interior space and a large boot, and if you go for SE L trim or above, you get ‘Varioflex’ rear seats, which can be slid, reclind and folded individually, and removed altogether if necessary. A comfortable ride and impressive quality complete the package.

Skoda Kodiaq

All trim levels except the entry-level SE Drive come with seven seats as standard, and that’s very much the central appeal of the Skoda Kodiaq. There’s room for an adult in all of them, but seats six and seven will be most comfortable for kids on longer journeys, while the amount of boot space you get ranges from compact to capacious, depending on how many seats are in place. Prices are reasonable, quality is impressive and standard equipment is plentiful, while the driving experience strikes a good balance between comfort and sharpness. Thoroughly recommendable.

Skoda Enyaq

Skoda’s first all-electric model, but the Enyaq has much more going for it than just that. Not only is this a fantastic electric car - with punchy performance, excellent refinement and a seriously impressive range - it’s a fantastic car, period. Practicality is key to its appeal, with a huge cabin and a colossal boot, while the lustrous interior finish and plush ride give the car a genuinely high-class feel. Sure, the infotainment could be better and some optional equipment items should be standard, but otherwise, there’s very little to complain about.

Skoda Enyaq Coupe

Given the name, it’ll come as no surprise that you can cut-and-paste most of what we’ve said just above, and apply it here, too. However, there are a few key differences between the regular Enyaq and its Coupe sibling, some good, some not so good. On the plus side, the Enyaq Coupe's swoopier roofline gives it sharper looks, and also makes the car more aerodynamic to give it a slightly better driving range. Less positively, practicality takes a bit of a hit and prices are generally higher.

Skoda SUVs FAQs

The Kamiq is Skoda’s smallest and cheapest SUV, and prices for that car start at a little over £18,000. Prices rise incrementally as you progress through the firm’s SUV range, and prices top out with the Enyaq Coupe vRS, at just over £54,000.
The Kodiaq is Skoda’s largest SUV, with a length of around 4.7 metres, and it’s the only one of Skoda’s SUVs to offer seven seats. However, the Enyaq is only slightly smaller with about 50mm in length separating the two.
To be fair, there isn’t a bad choice within Skoda’s SUV line-up: compared to the competition, all of them offer excellent practicality, good comfort and impressive value for money. The mid-size Karoq will suit anyone looking for something compact, the Kodiaq is the one you want if you’re looking for seven seats, while if you want to push the boat out, look at one of the all-electric Enyaq models.