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2021 Skoda Kodiaq pricing and specs detailed: Kia Sorento, Hyundai Santa Fe and Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace rival gets updated

The entry-level Kodiaq, the 132TSI, now comes with black 19-inch Crater alloy wheels.

Skoda Australia has given the Kodiaq large SUV its MY21 update, with prices up across the seven-seat range, although standard specification has correspondingly been increased.

The entry-level 132TSI is now $1500 dearer, at $46,390 plus on-road costs, while the mid-range 132TSI Sportline has jumped $1400, to $50,290. That said, it’s the flagship RS that has risen by the most, increasing $2900 to $68,890.

For the extra spend, all three Kodiaq variants now come with rear keyless entry, Skoda’s latest MIB III multimedia system, wireless Apple CarPlay support and a new flat-bottom sports steering wheel with a three-spoke design, although cargo nets are no longer fitted.

The 132TSI goes a step further black 19-inch Crater alloy wheels, while it and the 132TSI Sportline also gain a wireless smartphone charger. Meanwhile, the RS picks up a panoramic sunroof.

According to Skoda Australia, the extra kit adds $1850 worth of value to the 132TSI, $1250 to the 132TSI Sportline and $2750 to the RS.

For reference, the 132TSI and 132TSI Sportline are powered by a 132kW/320Nm 2.0-litre single-turbo petrol four-cylinder engine, while the RS separates itself from the pack with a 176kW/500Nm twin-turbo diesel unit – for now (see related story link above).

No matter the version, the Kia Sorento, Hyundai Santa Fe and Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace rival is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and an all-wheel-drive system.

2021 Skoda Kodiaq pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
132TSIautomatic$46,390 (+$1500)
132TSI Sportlineautomatic$50,290 (+$1400)
RSautomatic$68,890 (+$2900)