Ahead of the second-generation model launching in late 2024, Skoda Australia has announced that the Kodiaq Sportline seven-seat SUV will be available with $5,000 discount to lower its pricing to $56,490 drive away nationally, which makes it the same price as the lower-spec Kodiaq Style.

“Offering the Kodiaq SportLine for the same price as the Kodiaq Style follows the high value lead set by the Octavia SportLine offered for the same price as the Octavia Style,” said Skoda Australia head of marketing and product Kieran Merrigan.

“When you look at national drive-away pricing, standard equipment, the European design and quality, seven-year warranty, affordable seven-year service packages, and guaranteed future value (GFV) finance on every vehicle, Skoda’s value extends throughout each aspect of the purchase.”

Over the now-identically-priced Kodiaq Style, the Kodiaq Sportline adds larger 20-inch alloy wheels, sportier exterior and interior styling, Matrix LED headlights with adaptive high beam, different driving modes, gloss black exterior styling details, ‘sports comfort’ front seats with power adjustment and memory for the driver, memory and passenger-side automatic tilting in reverse for the exterior mirrors and paddle shifters for the steering wheel.

That’s on top of the Kodiaq Style’s standard equipment includes automatic LED exterior lighting and automatic wipers, keyless entry and push button start, seven seats, a 9.2-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a digital driver’s display and dual-zone climate control. Safety kit includes nine airbags, auto emergency braking (AEB), adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistance, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert and low-speed rear auto braking.

Skoda Australia has also revised the optional packages on the Kodiaq Sportline, with the new $4,600 Run-Out Package replacing the former Tech and Luxury Packs. The Run-Out Package includes adaptive dampers, automatic parking, a power-adjustable front passenger seat, heated front and rear seats, tri-zone climate control, a 360-degree camera, adaptive lane guidance, emergency assist, an off-road mode and the sleep pack, which includes blankets and aeroplane-style headrest extensions. Leather upholstery is also available for $3,200 and a panoramic sunroof for $1,900.

Under the bonnet of the Kodiaq Sportline is a 132kW/320Nm 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine that’s mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch and all-wheel drive. The Kodiaq Sportline is rated at 8.2L/100km for combined fuel consumption.

The Skoda Kodiaq Sportline discount is now available, with local stock readily available. Stay tuned to DiscoverAuto for the latest automotive news and reviews.

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