All about the new Skoda Octavia II Combi 4x4 Haldex 2005

Skoda Auto has applied its new model strategy with the Skoda Octavia Combi 4x4.

All about the new Skoda Octavia II Combi 4x4 Haldex 2005

The unique character of the Skoda Octavia Combi 4x4 is further enhanced by the fact that it now stands as a separate model in addition to the range of three equipment specifications of the Skoda Octavia cars.

he standard equipment on all Skoda Octavia Combi 4x4 cars includes, among other things, the following items:

four airbags (a front and side airbag each for the driver and the front passenger)ESPHelios 15" alloy wheelscentral lockingelectrically-adjustable and heated door mirrorsheight-adjustable driver's seatheight- and reach adjustable steering wheeltrip computer on the instrument panelfolding and split rear seats 1/3 to 2/3front passenger's airbag deactivation (when a child seat is fitted on the front passenger seat)roof railsoutside mirrors and door handles in body colourchrome plated interior door handlestinted glassIn addition a wide range of optional equipment items are available, which include among other things:
Apollon 16" alloy wheels (exclusively for the 4x4 version)Climatronic two-zone electronic air-conditioningJumbo Box storage box between the front seats with an adjustable armrest, cooled inner space and outlets for air distribution to the rear seats at the back of the boxelectric front and rear windows with a bounce-back feature and child safety latchessump guardAdventure Onyx and Adventure Achat interior trim and upholstery are available exclusively with the Skoda Octavia Combi 4x4.

The interior of the four-wheel drive version has a chrome-plated plaque with the 4x4 symbol on the gear lever.

The sophisticated design of the 4x4 drive assembly has not decreased the luggage compartment of the Skoda Octavia Combi which is an exceptional 580 litres that can be increased up to 1,620 litres with the rear seats folded.
The range of engines supplied with the Skoda Octavia Combi 4x4 includes one petrol and one diesel engine.

Customers preferring economical operation will choose the flexible and economical 1.9 TDI-PD/77 kW diesel engine. Customers who want something more dynamic will be pleased with the powerful new 2.0 FSI/110 kW petrol engine with direct fuel injection. Both engines come with manual six-gear transmission.

The chassis design remains the same as the rest of the Skoda Octavia model range. The front axle with McPherson struts and the multi-element rear axle combined with four-wheel drive provide excellent driving characteristics and a high level of active safety.

The rear axle drive uses a similar solution to that of the current model with a Haldex electronically-controlled multi-disc clutch.This proven concept allows the rear axle drive to be connected quickly and reliably whenever needed.

Another advantage of the 4x4 model is a slightly increased fuel tank with a capacity of 60 litres.

Author: AL
Source: Autolatest

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