The facelifted Skoda Yeti will cost from £16,600, which represents around an £800 inrease over the current car.
Buyers can place orders now ahead the first deliveries in January.
The Yeti now comes in two different flavours: a city-focused ‘Yeti’ model or a rugged ‘Outdoor’ version. Prices don’t vary between the two so buyers can get a 1.2 TSI Yeti S for the same £16,600 price-tag as a 1.2 TSI Yeti Outdoor S. What you do get is a subtly different look on the Outdoor, including more rugged plastic protective cladding, different alloys and silver door mirrors.
There is more choice in the Outdoor line-up, too, which offers 4x4 variants, more engines and a flagship L&K trim level. Sitting below L&K are Elegance, SE and entry-level S cars – the same three trim levels as standard Yeti models.
Going for S gets you 16-inch alloys, fog lights, electric windows and air-con. Upgrade to SE models – costing from £18,110 – and the Yeti comes fitted with 17-inch alloys, dual-zone air-con, rear parking sensors and cruise control. Elegance cars get full leather upholstery, heated seats, and bi-xenon headlamps.
Meanwhile, the Outdoor-specific L&K trim level includes sat-nav, a heated windscreen, self-parking, a panoramic sunroof and special Laurin & Klement leather seats. The cheapest L&K model is the 1.8 TSI 4x4, which costs from £25,490. The only other engine available is the 2.0 TDI 4x4, starting from £26,625.