Prices for Skoda Slavia and Kushaq slashed by up to Rs 1 lakh

Check out the new pricing below.


Key Highlights

  • The Skoda Slavia range now starts at Rs 10.69 lakh.
  • Prices for the Kushaq start at Rs 11.89 lakh.
  • Both cars carry a 5-star safety rating from GNCAP.

Skoda India has slashed the prices for all variants of the Slavia sedan and Kushaq SUV for a limited period. Prices for some variants have been reduced by Rs 1 lakh. The Skoda Slavia lineup now starts at Rs 10.69 lakh while the prices for the Kushaq start at Rs 10.89 lakh. The variant names have been changed as well.

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Skoda Slavia and Kushaq: New Prices

Here is the updated price list for Skoda Slavia.

Trim 1.0L MT 1.0L AT 1.5L MT 1.5L AT
Classic Rs 10.69 lakh
Signature Rs 13.99 lakh Rs 15.09 lakh Rs 15.49 lakh Rs 16.69 lakh
Prestige Rs 15.99 lakh Rs 17.09 lakh Rs 17.49 lakh Rs 18.69 lakh

The Classic trim, which replaces Active, is cheaper by Rs 94,000. The Prestige trim, which replaces the Style Elegance trim, is cheaper by Rs 1.54 lakh. This is because the Prestige trim is also available in a 1.0-litre petrol engine variant.

Skoda Slavia updated price list

Here is the price list for Skoda Kushaq.

Trim 1.0L MT 1.0L AT 1.5L MT 1.5L AT
Classic Rs 11.89 lakh
Onyx Rs 12.89 lakh Rs 13.49 lakh
Signature Rs 14.19 lakh Rs 15.29 lakh Rs 15.69 lakh Rs 16.89 lakh
Monte Carlo Rs 15.60 lakh Rs 16.70 lakh Rs 17.10 lakh Rs 18.30 lakh
Prestige Rs 16.09 lakh Rs 17.19 lakh Rs 17.59 lakh Rs 18.79 lakh

In addition to the Classic, Signature, and Prestige trims, the Kushaq SUV also gets Onyx and Monte Carlo trims. The entry-level Classic trim replacing the Active trim is now more affordable by Rs 1.10 lakh.

Skoda Kushaq Matte Edition: What’s different?

The Skoda Slavia and Kushaq share their powertrain. The 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbo petrol engine produces a maximum power of 115hp and 175Nm peak torque. The 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine produces a maximum power output of 150hp and 250Nm peak torque. Transmission options include a six-speed manual and a 7-speed DCT automatic gearbox.

Speaking on the enhancement, Petr Janeba, Brand Director, Škoda Auto India, said: “We have been in India for nearly a quarter of a century, and our commitment to this market is absolute. We have always been looking at offering more in product and affiliated actions. Since the announcement of our all-new compact SUV planned for 2025, we have maintained that with this new car, we are targeting new markets, younger customers and more accessibility to the brand. While the new compact SUV will open new markets for us, we have achieved some efficiencies in the Kushaq and the Slavia, which has enabled us to enhance the value in our offerings and pass on the benefits to our customers and fans.”

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Back in April, Skoda upgraded the safety quotient of the Kushaq and Slavia by including 6 airbags as a standard feature on the two cars. Both cars carry a 5-star safety rating from the GNCAP as well. The affordable Slavia sedan rivals the likes of the Hyundai Verna, Volkswagen Virtus, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, and Honda City. Meanwhile,  Skoda Kushaq goes up against other midsize  SUVs like the Grand Vitara, Urban Cruiser HyRyder, Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, Honda Elevate, and Volkswagen Taigun.

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