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Skoda Kamiq Crossover (ENG) – Test Drive and Review

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    awesome video

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    awesome video

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    awesome video

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    🤣🤣🤣 white bears in Pola(r)nd.

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    🤣🤣🤣 white bears in Pola(r)nd.

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    🤣🤣🤣 white bears in Pola(r)nd.

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    tomislav dvorski

    I dont like crossovers/suvs but i will rather prefer c3aircross/captur or 2008 over this faceless box…Point of this small crossovers are to be fun not for driver,they are like some goodlooking snickers for running but on feet of people who walk from car to to home.

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    tomislav dvorski

    I dont like crossovers/suvs but i will rather prefer c3aircross/captur or 2008 over this faceless box…Point of this small crossovers are to be fun not for driver,they are like some goodlooking snickers for running but on feet of people who walk from car to to home.

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    tomislav dvorski

    I dont like crossovers/suvs but i will rather prefer c3aircross/captur or 2008 over this faceless box…Point of this small crossovers are to be fun not for driver,they are like some goodlooking snickers for running but on feet of people who walk from car to to home.

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    how is winter in europe this year ? here in northafrican have not rained in february at all, unlike last couple years we had snow, lots of snow, the army used to help people clear the road and heavy work in isolated villages, the car looks classy , i would go for diesel

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      I think we had about a week or two of proper(ish) snow last season. This season it snowed a couple of times, but the snow melted in a few hours. We're talking the middle of Poland. Up in the mountains there was some snow, but temperature was often close to zero, so nothing to write home about.

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    how is winter in europe this year ? here in northafrican have not rained in february at all, unlike last couple years we had snow, lots of snow, the army used to help people clear the road and heavy work in isolated villages, the car looks classy , i would go for diesel

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      I think we had about a week or two of proper(ish) snow last season. This season it snowed a couple of times, but the snow melted in a few hours. We're talking the middle of Poland. Up in the mountains there was some snow, but temperature was often close to zero, so nothing to write home about.

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    how is winter in europe this year ? here in northafrican have not rained in february at all, unlike last couple years we had snow, lots of snow, the army used to help people clear the road and heavy work in isolated villages, the car looks classy , i would go for diesel

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      I think we had about a week or two of proper(ish) snow last season. This season it snowed a couple of times, but the snow melted in a few hours. We're talking the middle of Poland. Up in the mountains there was some snow, but temperature was often close to zero, so nothing to write home about.

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    constantine B.

    I find kamiq is not an exiting car, but is perfect for a new family and does the everyday job really well… I like it in red also.. Nice video

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    constantine B.

    I find kamiq is not an exiting car, but is perfect for a new family and does the everyday job really well… I like it in red also.. Nice video

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    constantine B.

    I find kamiq is not an exiting car, but is perfect for a new family and does the everyday job really well… I like it in red also.. Nice video

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    SsangYong Tivoli !!!

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    SsangYong Tivoli !!!

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    SsangYong Tivoli !!!

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    Many standard features come as an option in Skoda. I think that 2nd gen Skoda Fabia had a glove box as an option. without it, there was a hole in there. I respekt Skoda, its cars are very popular in Czech rep and also here in Slovakia (because everyone's dad or grandpa once had a Skoda). but I'd never buy one for myself. Simply never.

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    Many standard features come as an option in Skoda. I think that 2nd gen Skoda Fabia had a glove box as an option. without it, there was a hole in there. I respekt Skoda, its cars are very popular in Czech rep and also here in Slovakia (because everyone's dad or grandpa once had a Skoda). but I'd never buy one for myself. Simply never.

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    Many standard features come as an option in Skoda. I think that 2nd gen Skoda Fabia had a glove box as an option. without it, there was a hole in there. I respekt Skoda, its cars are very popular in Czech rep and also here in Slovakia (because everyone's dad or grandpa once had a Skoda). but I'd never buy one for myself. Simply never.

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    I would like a manual handbrake and also auto hold with a manual gearbox 🙂 It would be a great package.

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    I would like a manual handbrake and also auto hold with a manual gearbox 🙂 It would be a great package.

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    I would like a manual handbrake and also auto hold with a manual gearbox 🙂 It would be a great package.

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    The best model in this class is the Xceed 🙂

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    Martin Horvath

    Nice test Marek! Kamiq seems to me as somehow too expensive for what it offers. It competes in my opinion with new 2008, C3 aircross new Captur and Xceed, all just front wheel drive. The french improved a lot in interier and design, but i think Xceed looks as the best option probably.

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    I don't have a problem with 3 cylinder engines but I expect more for this price.
    Well equipped with the 1.5 TSI it costs as much as a Mazda CX30 and it's the biggest no brainer of the industry.

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    Hello there, Marek. Quick question, I know that this is not a C segmet vehicle, but I'm curious, since you tested both: this, of the CX-30, which would you go for? Oh, and is there any Renault Captur 2020 test in the horizont soon? 🙂

    Greetings from Serbia.

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      Captur. Despite all it's quirks. Or Xceed. Because that's just the best car.

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      @Marek Drives Captur is, unfortunately, offered without ACC, RCTA, LKA and Pedestrian detection over here. XCeed is rediculously expensive, and without RCTA, LKA and ACC. Mazda CX-30 has all that in standard equipment, and Kamiq as an added options. 🙁

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    3 cylinder engine? Ugh. All of these small engine should have hybrid tech to give them help with acceleration.
    White bears. Ha We've got that white bear on our 2 dollar coin. It's called a toonie. (why you might be asking yourself? Because our 1 dollar coin has a loon on it and it sounds crazy so we call it a loonie. Great Canadian facts.)

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      Some of them have (or will soon get) mild hybrid systems, mainly to lower the emissions. It's actually a problem under the new EU emissions targets, which force carmakers to pay hefty fines for every gram of CO2 above the 95 g/km limit. Some pundits forecast the demise of small city car, as it will be too expensive to buy, because of the tech necessary to make it emit less. And making a small EV is still too expensive.

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      @Marek Drives I guess the question is, what is the tipping point where it's reasonable to buy an EV due to the savings on petrol in the EU. Here in Canada, petrol today is 1.10/litre. i.e. 0.74 euro. Here it really is a stretch to buy an EV and say it's worth it. We don't have 3 cylinder cars. In fact, many people still buy 6 cylinder cars as they don't burn much more than turbo 4 cylinders and they don't require premium fuel.

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      That depends on the country/region. In Poland buying an electric car means you're burning money 🙂 I'm saying this as a fan of EVs. I know if I get one, it's going to be just for show.

      In Scandinavia on the other hand an EV is the cheaper option vs. an ICE car. Albeit ICE cars in Scandinavia can cost twice as much, as they would say in Poland or Germany.

      3-cylinder engines can be quite alright. And you do have them in Canada, but they are not… shall we say… advertised 🙂 For example the base engine in MINI is a 136 hp 1.5 inline 3, but good luck finding information about the number of cylinders on mini.ca.

      The problem with these smaller engines is that they were developed to meet the old NEDC fuel economy test (the one VW had built-in software to cheat). It favored small displacement engines at relatively low load. But give a small engine more work to do, and it will use as much fuel (or more), than a larger displacement engine under similar conditions.

      BTW, your regular vs. premium fuel situation never ceases to amaze me. In Europe we have 95 or higher octane fuel, and that's it. Most of the stuff you guys use is like water 🙂

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      @Marek Drives I never noticed that about the 3 cylinder engines in Canada and your petrol. We have 87, 89, 91, 93 & some stations 94/5. When the price between each level is 11/12c it ends up 23% more to buy premium which makes the 4 cylinder turbo not much of a deal. Last time I was in Switzerland I drove a BMW 3 series 2L diesel so I never looked at the petrol prices.

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    Useless car

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    nenad acimovic

    Good job Marek, as usual. …as for the price of 30+k EUR..I got for my self Jeep Renegade 1.6 mjt 2wd in Longitude trim for 19,5k EUR one year ago. Is this Skoda really 10+k EUR more worth. I don't think so.

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    Price is rather steep for this Kamiq ….

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    Marek as for the engine programming to comply with emissions, would you highlight any mainstream engine or brand which do not punish the consumer that much?

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    Thanks Marek! My summary: always dirty legs, trouble with VW technology and far too many expensive options. Unfortunately Skoda copied everything bad from VW. Who needs 1 liter 3 cylinders? Where's a hybrid?

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    VW become crazy of price policy…… Need to recovery billion dollars penalties…

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    Is the cream leather easy to keep clean? Do jeans stain it ?

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    Hello, nice review, you mentioned renault captur, there will be a test soon with it?

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    32 000 euro for this Škoda junk with 115hp?? are those in Škoda went into retard mode and especially those who will pay for this 32000 euro??!! if you want to ressel it next day price will go down immediatelly for 30+%

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    That's a big Polo.

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    is the steering wheel extra too? if yes how much? if no i guess you need to buy the autopilot package

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    Marek your seating position is totally catastrophic man. You sit waaaay to close to the steering weel. You should know better… Its for your safety and manouvre

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    Hi Marek, when are you going to test the new Focus?

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    mipmipmipmipmip

    it's cold, dark, wet, you wear gloves, first thing you want after stepping in car is activate steering wheel heating. Skoda engineer: make this an infotainment submenu button! Simply clever my a….

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    Hi Mark we need some comparison here last one i remember was CRV and Qashaqi i trust your review a lot because its honest and practical what ever car brand or category

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    Christian Rönn

    Tip to close is a good idea. All cars with electric tailgates should have it. I don’t know how many times I’ve had to shout “no no no use the button!” when I see someone trying to force my tailgate closed.

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    Karl Burghofer

    I bought the Kamiq 2 weeks ago👍 1.0 115bhp dsg Style. Perfect for us living in the city and with a baby on the way. Not an exciting car but it does everything good enough. Also like the styling and you get a lot of equipment as standard in Sweden!👍

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    Anja Svecarovski

    Still can't decide whether to buy Skoda Kamiq or KIA XCeed 🤔

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    Very nice review as always by Marek. Didn't know that even with dsg the Kamiq is without hill assist. Here in Greece the 1.5 150 hp dsg version with plenty of equipment costs 22 thousand euros, seems a bargain!

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      Marek Drives

      Hill start assist is not the same as auto hold. Auto hold feature is like an automatic handbrake in traffic for cars with automatic gearboxes. When activated, the car applies electronic parking brake as soon as you stop, so you keep the car in D, but let go of the brake pedal.

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      @Marek Drives Thanks Marek, apparently this is what I actually wanted to say and hill start assist came to my mind, so which one is not offered with the Kamiq and what is the difference with the hill start assist?

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      Marek Drives

      @p kaps HSA prevents the car from rolling backwards, and works only for a couple of seconds. It is especially useful in cars with manual transmission, where you would normally have to start letting go off the clutch to stop the car from rolling back, then release the brake, and then press the accelerator. HSA works (I think) based on ABS.

      AH is part of the electronic parking brake system, and it stops the car from moving forward in traffic, as you leave the car in D (in case of automatic) or neutral (in case of manual).

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      @Marek Drives thank you Marek, in my new Polo (1.0 tsi 115 hp dsg) when letting off the brake pedal, either uphill or downhill or in the slightest incline , it holds the car still for a couple of seconds, although it is called Hill Hold Assist on the specs and it is referred only as uphill assistance. Fortunately it works both ways and I guess VW should have called it Auto Hold to be more precise since it works in any incline. Mind you that my Polo is dsg equipped so dont know the deal in manual boxes.

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    Mattes Rocket

    that's a classic grand-parents car, potential big enough to take their kids and grandchildren for a trip, but not more, and without too much and complicate "electronic stuff" or performance gear, but "up to date" looking. I personally don't need it.

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    Ribierasacra

    Option, option, option, option. 🤣

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    Commentator541

    Lol i speak german and was like what is this ahahha

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    Commentator541

    It would have been great if 2008 hadn't come to market, but it did.

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    Adam Muhammad Nadzir

    The Kamiq name reminds me of the book Thea Stilton and the Ice Treasure where the Thea Sisters travelled to Alaska.

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    Weird pricing. Come on, extra money for 12V socket in the boot and USB chargers at the rear? For that kind of money I will choose compact estate or even midsize estate.

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    BMWdayWhatyouwant

    I think the Nissan Juke is the best car in this segment, because it boasts more character, driving fun and can be great value for money! The Skoda Kamiq is not bad, but I feel like it was only built for competition-sake, whilst Nissan did the Juke with FAR MORE enthusiasm! What Nissan did with the new Juke is epic, please review it!!! :DI honestly think Skoda does the Superb and Kodiaq better, that's where their heart lies!

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