FIRST DRIVE – 2020 FORD ENDEAVOUR

Last weekend I got an invite to go Dune bashing in Jaisalmer with the 2020 Endeavour from Ford India. Jaisalmer also called “The Golden City” stands on a ridge of yellowish substance and is crowned by the ancient Jaisalmer Fort. This town lies in the heart of the Thar Desert in Rajasthan.Snapseed 2The drive from the airport to the Jaisalmer Marriot was just a little under 30 minutes. Roads in Rajasthan are without a doubt amongst the best in the country. As we entered the compound of the Jaisalmer Marriot one spotted the 2020 Ford Endeavour, an SUV that has a huge fan base in India.

The 2020 Endeavour has been updated to meet the BSVI norms coming into effect in April 2020. The first thing visible as you walk towards the front of the Endeavour is the all new full LED headlamp cluster. They offer a wider and longer throw over the previous model. One sees a larger chrome laden grille which works perfectly well with the diffused silver paint scheme of the Endeavour we were driving.IMG_4639IMG_4709The Endeavour has always been known for clean lines running across with an upright high stance. These changes while enhancing the appeal add to the timeless design of this SUV.

Under the hood one gets a 2.0 litre Ecoblue turbocharged diesel engine which is BSVI compliant. This engine is more fuel-efficient, with reduced emissions. The Ecoblue engine continues the legacy of Endeavour’s benchmark fun-to-drive credentials, delivering 170 PS peak power and 420 Nm peak torque.IMG_4708IMG_4707Now it was time to experience first-hand the sheer refinement and power this 2020 Ford Endeavour had to offer on our drive to Sam’s Dunes in Jaisalmer. For the 1st 50 odd kilometres of our drive we were driving on flat straight roads. The Endeavour is quick of the blocks and before you know it are already touching triple digit speeds. The 2020 Endeavour comes with the world’s first 10 speed torque convertor. The transmission is extremely intuitive, upshifts and downshifts happen very smoothly.IMG_4706nm0a4213Ford offers a function called Select Shift that makes it possible to skip through gears while accelerating or braking ensuring there’s enough power on tap available to the driver. This gearbox also helps in improving fuel efficiency significantly. There’s also a sport mode on offer that helps in holding on the revs for longer.

The handling and suspension of this car has always been top notch. This new update still sees the Endeavour handle all sorts of road surfaces and conditions with ease.  The Endeavour is known for its sharp handling, which is evident when you throw into corners, while doing quick lane changes. The Endeavour also comes with the Ford Pass suite of connected car features across the whole Endeavour range.nm0a3636Now it was time to get off the tarmac and go off roading in Sam’s Dunes. Sam’s Dunes is one of the most authentic desert dune sites in India, where one will find 30 to 60 meter tall sand dunes. This was the perfect location to enjoy everything that the Endeavour had to offer. After a quick 5-minute presentation by Kapil Sharma, Director Communications Ford India, we were ready to go. There was an instructor sitting with me to help with the experience of dune bashing.Snapseed 4IMG_4640Dune bashing basically means driving at increasing and decreasing speeds over sand dunes. As the surface of the sand keeps shifting, it takes a special skill and SUV like an Endeavour to navigate this terrain. The first 5 minutes went off smoothly over relatively smaller dunes. Now it was time for the real fun to start. This was also when the instructor explained how the Select shift function on this 10-speed gearbox helps to enhance the off roading experience even further on the Endeavour. Snapseed 3The Select shift function allows you to lock in a range of ratios so one doesn’t shift beyond that. This helps in maximising the effectiveness of the Sand mode in the terrain response system, making sure the vehicle doesn’t lose momentum. This is an important aspect of making progress in the sand.

The experience of going down crazy inclines and drops, followed by accelerating full tilt while climbing up was exhilarating… But for the Endeavour this was like just another day in the office.IMG-4642IMG_4644The Endeavour has always been a fantastic SUV with over 60000 customers down the years. In the last year, the Endeavour has racked up impressive numbers which is fantastic, considering the overall industry slowdown.

The 2020 Endeavour prices start at Rs 29.55 lakh for the Titanium 4×2 version and Rs 33.35 lakhs for the Titanium+ 4×4 version. All prices are ex-showroom.

MARUTI SUZUKI VITARA BREZZA-FIRST DRIVE

IMG_4669Maruti Suzuki first launched the Vitara Brezza 4 years ago. It was an instant success and has ever since dominated the compact SUV segment in India. Recently at the just concluded Auto Expo 2020, the new updated Vitara Brezza was unveiled followed by the launch. Last weekend we got an opportunity to review this car during the media drive in Goa.

The Exterior:

The new Vitara Brezza gets an updated chrome grille, headlights cluster, the new LED DRLS which also double up as signal turn indicators, brand new 16-inch alloy wheels, new LED tail lamp. All these changes give the Vitara Brezza a  very posh and premium look. Adding to that is the new bumper design which complete the tough and mean look the Brezza is going for.IMG_4670The Interior:

The cabin inside offers a good sweeping view of the road, seats are plush and comfortable, the infotainment system is the same that we have seen earlier in the S-Presso and XL6. The legroom in the rear seats is decent and it comfortably seats 3 average sized people.The one big change in the new Vitara Brezza is the 60:40 split seats in the rear which now offers you more storage facility in the boot.IMG_4664IMG_4667The New Engine:

The biggest change in the new Vitara Brezza is that of the engine. With Maruti deciding to discontinue the old 1.3 L diesel engine, the new Brezza gets a BS6 compliant 1.5L K-series engine with 103 HP and 138 NM Torque at @4,400 rpm.The transmission choices are between a 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic torque convertor.

Driving Experience:

The 1st day I got to drive the manual. I was lucky to have spent 7 months driving the previous generation Brezza. The gearbox, driving dynamics and overall comfort that it offered were very good. This new model takes that up a notch.2546f9c9-b456-4bfb-9db0-44371255c32aThe new petrol engine offers impressive low-end power, upshifts and downshifts though the gears is very smooth, acceleration is brisk with lots of power on offer. The NVH levels are vastly improved leading to more refined experience for the driver and passengers inside.

The next day I drove the automatic variant. From the onset the engine performed admirably. Maruti has improved their AT gearbox progressively with each new model. One doesn’t experience any lag and the  gearbox responds quickly enough through the gears.IMG_4665The Brezza also gets the Smart Hybrid Technology which is available on the Ciaz and Ertiga.This system offers brake energy regeneration with torque assist and idle start stop features which help in improving fuel efficiency while lowering emissions.

The Brezza was always a good handler, this tradition remains unchanged with the new model. Its quick around corners, handles lane changes quickly and efficiently, there’s no noticeable body roll. The suspension is now set slightly on the firmer side, resulting in a comfortable ride quality over all sorts of roads.

IMG_4671IMG_4668Safety is of the highest standards in the Brezza. One gets ABS with EBD and front dual airbags as standard across all variants. The automatic variants get hill hold assist feature as well.

The Verdict:IMG_4673The new Vitara Brezza looks cooler and meaner, is fun to drive, the new petrol engine is quieter while offering good performance and mileage. If you are in the market for a compact SUV priced between 7.34 lakhs – 11.40 lakhs look no further. The Vitara Brezza is just the car for you.

CITY BEATS WITH THE DISCOVERY SPORT

The Land Rover Discovery Sport is part of a SUV lineage that is legendary. This SUV is the entry level Land Rover on sale in India. The model that I drove was the updated 2019 Discovery Sport Diesel HSE Edition.Snapseed(9)The Discovery Sport is a well-balanced, good looking SUV with excellent finish and an imposing stance. The 2019 update gets the Dynamic Design Pack. This is being offered in the top end HSE Trim. One gets chrome tail pipes, and a recognisable body kit. Otherwise everything is like the previous model.

The first thing you notice as you get into the driver’s seat is how good the all-round visibility is from that position. This seating position offers you a fantastic view while driving, something you come to appreciate while tackling the dense traffic in Mumbai.

Lumbar, under thigh support is top class. The dashboard, the quality of the interiors, fit and finish is classy and premium.  IMG_3749Leg, head and shoulder room in the second row is fantastic. 3 adults can be seated comfortably in this row. The seating position in the 2nd row is a little low compared to the 1st row which translates to more headroom here. The 3rd row is ideally suited for kids as the combination of a low seat and high floor means one would end up being seated in a cramped fashion. Boot space on offer in the Discovery Sport is 280 litres.

Another update to the 2019 model is in terms of the infotainment system. The SUV now gets the upgraded version of the Touch Pro Interface with a 10-inch display that’s available in the HSE Luxury trim. The rest of the variants get an 8-inch Display. The UI is smooth, fluid to use, going through the menu loaded with features is a smooth affair. The switchgear on the steering wheel and doors are premium in fit and finish.IMG_3750The Discovery Sport HSE trim I drove came loaded with features. You get a fixed panoramic roof, power adjusted heated power fold exterior mirrors, xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights, 10-way electric front seats, a 17-speaker premium audio system, rear camera, front and rear parking sensors, screens for the rear seats, tyre pressure monitoring system, ABS , ESP, traction control and plenty of airbags.IMG_3751SnapseedThe engine on the 2019 Discovery Sport has gone through a major update. While it’s the same 2-litre Ingenium diesel engine, the power has gone up in the HSE edition. The SUV now puts out 179bhp of power, 30hp more than what is available in the entry level Pure variant.

As soon as you put the Discovery Sport into drive mode it takes off so swiftly making one forget that this is a 7-seater SUV! The steering is well balanced and light enough, making driving the Discovery Sport in the city an easy exercise.  Getting to three-digit speeds is done with utmost ease on the highways. I drove the Discovery Sport over 4 days during this review in the city mainly.Snapseed(2)The biggest standout about the Discovery Sport is the quality of suspension and ride quality on offer. The quality of roads in Mumbai is pathetic post the monsoons, something we Mumbaikars dread every year! Potholes of every size and shape greet you while driving in the city. This can be a back breaking affair! But…This was no challenge for the Discovery Sport. The Discovery Sport handled these roads with utmost ease.

The 2019 Discovery Sport is a good looking, solid and premium SUV. It offers fantastic ride quality, drives and handles well in all driving conditions. This is a SUV that appeals to a buyer who’s looking for a comfortable and luxurious everyday city vehicle, as well for someone who likes to go off-roading on weekends.Snapseed(4)The Discovery Sport Diesel Pure edition 5-seater (base variant) is available for Rs 44.68 Lakhs ex-showroom, the Discovery Sport Diesel Pure edition 7-seater (base variant) is available for Rs. 52.47 Lakhs ex-showroom. Prices for the Diesel HSE Edition 7-seater starts at Rs.56.57 Lakhs ex-showroom. Prices for the Petrol SE 7-seater starts at Rs. 51.37 Lakhs ex-showroom.

REVIEW-TOYOTA YARIS DUAL TONE

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Toyota introduced the dual-tone variant of the Yaris around the festive season in 2019.  First introduced in April 2018 the Yaris has been a consistent performer in the Toyota line-up in India.

Toyota in India is largely known for the Innova and the Fortuner. These cars have been blockbusters from the word go with no competition in sight. But their range of sedans and hatchbacks haven’t exactly set the sales charts on fire.

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I had reviewed the Yaris earlier in 2019. One had come back impressed with the all-round efficiency of the sedan.Just before the year ended, I got a chance to review the Toyota Yaris Dual-Tone.

So, what are the changes one gets in the dual tone Yaris Variant? Let’s find out.

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THE EXTERIOR
This variant gets a dual-tone black roof, piano black finish on the grille, OVRMs, Fog bezel, Rear LED combination tail-lamps with LED DRLs, projector headlamps, chrome grille and OVRM turn indicators.

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One gets new leather upholstery, centre console box a leather-wrapped steering wheel & gearshift knob. The 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system is now compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It comes with Bluetooth connectivity, one USB charging port and a CD player. There are few 12V mobile charging points available too.

IMG_3129.jpgThe rest of the features remain the same such as mood lighting, roof-mounted air vents, 8-way adjustable driver seats and 4.2-inch MID. The seats are well contoured, comfortable and offer good under thigh support. Legroom on offer in the back row is adequate.

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The Yaris comes with a host of safety features such as ABS, EBD, brake assist, hill assist, front and rear parking sensors with camera, front and rear fog lamps, seatbelt reminder warning for driver and co-driver.

THE ENGINE:
Under the bonnet the Yaris remains unchanged. It still uses the same 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine which delivers 107 PS of power and 140 Nm of torque, mated to a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed CVT gearbox.

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Press the start button and the car kicks to life quietly. There’s a relaxed tranquillity about the way the Yaris sounds like while idling. Shift into Drive mode, press on the accelerator pedal,  the 1st thing you experience is how easy the car feels to drive.

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In the first 10 minutes of driving the car one thing was obvious. The Yaris is the ideal vehicle to drive in the city. The engine is responsive enough, with a smooth CVT transmission. It’s perfectly at home in in the stop-go traffic, going about its job in an efficient fashion.

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The quality of our roads isn’t the best. That didn’t bother the Yaris one bit. It went over potholes, unpaved, broken stretches of road without any fuss. The ride quality is top notch. The suspension has been perfectly setup for our roads, the relatively tall tyres providing the right amount of cushioning to make the daily drive a hassle-free activity.

The visibility on offer is very good, Throttle response and braking sharp and precise. The CVT transmission is extremely smooth, downshifts and upshifts happen with any noticeable lag. This is one of the better CVT’s in the business right now.

The Yaris takes a tad bit to respond when you start accelerating. While this aspect is fine in the city, on the highway you want the car to respond in a brisker fashion. Overtaking is a bit of a task courtesy the flat mid-range of the engine.

The Yaris is extremely steady and planted at triple digit speeds. The customary speed warning starts beeping the moment you touch 80kmph. This is part of the safety norms for BSVI cars. The Yaris comes with 476 litre bootspace which is very impressive for a midsize sedan.

The fuel efficiency figures the Yaris returned were very good. Over the 300 kms I drove on this review it returned an average of 10.5 kpl in traffic. On the highway it went up to16.8 kpl.

PRICING
The pricing for the Toyota Yaris J manual starts at Rs 9.40 lakhs ex-showroom Mumbai, the J model CVT starts at Rs 10.10 lakhs ex-showroom Mumbai.

CONCLUSION:
The Yaris is a compact, solid and efficient sedan which comes with the Toyota brand of efficiency and reliability. Easy to drive with a no-nonsense approach, the Yaris is the ideal companion for everyday driving.

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REVIEW-THE NEW POLO GT TSI

2009 was when the 1st Volkswagen Polo came to our shores. Its 10 years now since then, but the loyalty and love the VW Polo shares amongst buyers and enthusiasts remains unchanged. That’s why it’s no surprise that the VW Polo has the distinction of being ranked no 1. for three years in a row according to the J.D. Power 2018 India Initial Study.Snapseed_2Down the years I have been fortunate to drive various models of the Polo during reviews. Every single time I have come back impressed. Last week I spent a few days with the 2019 Volkswagen POLO GT TSI the top variant in the Polo lineup.IMG_2649The 2019 model comes with quite a few exterior changes while retaining the timeless quality and appeal its known for. The new Polo comes in a brand new colour “Sunset Red” which gives the car a striking and sporty appearance. One gets new sporty side skirts, new smoked oil lamps, restyled tail lamps with LED elements, GTI inspired honeycomb front grille and bumpers, 16 inch alloys, rear bumpers with a faux diffuser-like black plastic.IMG_2647Step inside and you get a sporty looking flat-bottomed steering wheel that has controls on both sides of the wheel for audio, phone and multi-information display. The centre console has a silver finish on the exterior edges. The dual-tone interiors are very premium in finish. Chrome is prevalent even in the outlining around the air vents. The door mounted armrests have a fabric finish, seats are very comfortable and offer excellent under thigh support. Shoulder and headroom on offer is very good too. The legroom in the back seats is ideal for someone of average height. The Polo is a comfortable car for 4 passengers for long trips. The 5th person may find it a little discomforting courtesy the high tunnel height in the rear.IMG_2648The Polo I reviewed was the GT TSI that comes with a 1.2 litre engine that puts out 105PS horsepower and 175Nm of Torque. The transmission doing duty on this model is the legendary 7-speed DSG.

Start the engine, give it a rev, immediately you can sense the power under the hood. Put it into gear, step on the pedal and you get to experience the insane power the GT TSI offers. There’s zero lag going through the gears and before you know it, the car zooms away. The basic architecture of the engine is the same from the previous model, with a variable geometry turbocharger which force feeds air into the combustion chamber. The cabin is well insulated from engine sound, even while accelerating courtesy good NVH levels. The gear ratio is spread out specifically to help with the fuel efficiency figures the Polo returns.Snapseed 7Driving the Polo is something I have always come to enjoy. I enjoy driving hatchbacks that are complete in every sense of the word. In traffic the Polo is very easy to manoeuvre, overtaking is a breeze. Finding parking is effortless courtesy the size of the Polo. Safety in the Polo as with all Volkswagen cars is of the highest standards. ABS and front-dual airbags are standard across its range. An industry first in its segment.Snapseed 6Driving out of town on the weekend in the Polo was when I got to experience the full refinement and power of this 1.2 litre petrol engine. This is a car that remains planted even at high speeds.

The Polo handles all types of roads with ease, something that is a trademark of all VW cars. The suspension is soft enough to assure a comfortable ride quality over long distances. Braking is sharp, which is extremely confidence assuring when pushing the car hard into corners.Snapseed 4The Polo GT TSI is the ultimate hot hatchback for the enthusiasts.  The price for the Volkswagen Polo GT TSI is Rs 9.76 Lakhs ex-showroom Mumbai.Snapseed_1

REVIEW: THE NEW VOLKSWAGEN VENTO

The Diwali week started with a bang. I was reviewing one of my favourite sedans the new Vento which was launched in the beginning of September this year. The Vento is a car I have driven extensively. Whether it’s driving the stock or race versions, the Vento always brings a smile to my face.

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The new Vento comes with a host of changes to the exterior. It’s now available in a brand-new colour “Sunset Red”. The Vento is now more vibrant, younger and sportier courtesy the new side skirts, smoked oil lamps, GTI inspired honeycomb front grille and bumpers, cool looking black coloured roof and a rear bumper with diffuser.

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Step inside and the first thing you notice is the 2 toned beige and black interior colour scheme. The seats are all beige adding to the plush look of the new Vento. The flat-bottomed steering is both height and reach adjustable. The seats are very comfortable and offer good under thigh and lumbar support. The Vento comes with aluminium brake and accelerator pedals, glove box light, 16-inch Grey Portago alloy wheels, body colour rear spoiler and rear USB charging port. All variants of the new Vento now get a seat-belt reminder system, rear parking sensors and a speed alert system. Dual airbags and ABS have always been standard across the Vento range, that remains unchanged with this facelift. The boot space on offer in the new Vento is 494 litres.

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The cabin is spacious offering good leg, shoulder and head room in both rows. The suspension is setup perfectly for our road conditions. Post the monsoon roads in India are usually at their worst. It didn’t matter to the Vento. It handled bad roads, potholes with ease without any of the passengers in the car complaining of discomfort.

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The new Vento comes with Volkswagen Connect as a standard on the Highline trim and higher variants. Volkswagen Connect is a dongle-based connectivity suite which offers you features such as trip tracking, driver behaviour and statistic tracking, fuel cost monitoring, location sharing amongst other features. This system also helps to schedule service appointments with authorised Volkswagen India showrooms in India.

The engine in the new Vento 1.5 TDI DSG that I drove was the same as the older model. Go past 1500 rpm and the car springs to life. The acceleration is brisk, overtaking is done without too much effort, the car stays planted at all times and is extremely secure at any speed. The handling, braking, driving dynamics on the new Vento are very impressive. It offers solidity which one has come to expect in all Volkswagen cars.

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The Vento churns out 108Hp at 4000rpm and 250Nm@1500-30000 RPM of power. The ARAI claimed mileage is 21.5 kmpl. The mileage figures I got on this trip with the new Vento were excellent.

The real pleasure of driving Volkswagen cars comes courtesy their legendary “DSG” gearbox… This is something I mention every time I drive cars from the Volkswagen group. This is by far the best gearbox in the business. Upshifts and downshifts are swift and smooth, there’s no lag at all. This makes driving the Vento in any kind of traffic conditions a relaxing affair.

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Prices for the new Vento start at Rs 8.76 Lakhs ex showroom Mumbai for the Trendline (base model) 1.6 Petrol and Rs 9.59 lakhs  for the Trendline(base model) 1.5 Diesel.

 

SKODA KODIAQ SCOUT-FIRST DRIVE

In a departure from tradition Skoda India organised the media drive for the Kodiaq Scout from Nagpur to Pench National Park in Madhya Pradesh.

The Kodiaq is a premium SUV that has been around for the last few years. Just recently Skoda launched the Kodiaq Scout which is an updated version of the Kodiaq. The Kodiaq’s off roading abilities see an improvement with the Scout.

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The front of the Kodiaq Scout gets an all-black grille and largish silver scuff plate on the bumper.  Walk around to the side of the SUV and you see black plastic cladding, new dual-tone 18-inch alloy wheels. The Scout badge is prominently displayed on each of the front fenders, the OVRMS get a silver finish. The rear bumpers get a new silver diffuser. The Skoda symbol has been replaced with the brand name spelt in chrome lettering.

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The cabin of the Scout sees a change in the upholstery from the Kodiaq. The interiors are all- black, one gets dark polished wood trims on the dashboard and door pads. The dashboard also gets the Scout badge featured on it. The seat materials are a blend of Alcantara and leather with white contrast stitching. The Scout badge is stitched on the back of each seat.The seats and cabin are very premium, plush looking and very comfortable. Under thigh and legroom is good in all rows of the Kodiaq Scout.

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There is a large array of equipment and features on offer in the Kodiaq Scout. The Scout comes with a 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Apple and Android connectivity, three-zone climate control, a reverse camera along with front and rear sensors and nine airbags. A new addition to the Scout is theTPMS (tyre pressure monitoring sensors). There’s a huge panoramic sunroof, large windows, manual sun blinds for the rear windows. The rear seats come with the Nap Package which gives you neck restraints integrated in the headrests along with blankets.

The Scout gets a 2.0 litre TDI engine which puts out 150HP mated to a 7 speed DSG transmission, all-wheel drive system. There’s a new off-road mode in the Kodiaq Scout where the SUV works in sync with the electronic assists which help the driver while off-roading. It also works as a hill descent control system which is very useful while descending steep hill slopes. All the driver must do is give the required steering input while the Scout slowly drives down such a slope. The Kodiaq Scout comes with the Rough Road Package that gives underbody protection to the oil sump, engine bay, gearbox and suspension.

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We started from Le Meriden in Nagpur towards Pench National Park in the morning. Large four lane highways, barely any traffic made driving the Kodiaq on these fantastic roads a breeze. Going up and down the gears is done smoothly enough without any lag. Braking is sharp, getting to 3-digit speeds is done fast enough. The Kodiaq Scout is the perfect highway companion to drive cross country.  The suspension setup is ideal for our Indian roads, it absorbs bumps and bad roads with ease. Visibility from the driver’s side is excellent courtesy the large windscreen and design of the SUV. We covered the distance to Pench National Park in under 3 hours.

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Pench National Park is in Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh in India and includes Pench Tiger reserve. It derives its name from the Pench River that flows through the park from north to south dividing the park into almost equal western and eastern halves, the well-forested areas of Seoni and Chhindwara districts respectively. The national park consists of dry deciduous forests and much fauna and flora including tigers, various types of deer and birds. The Pench National Park legend says was the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book. As we drove through the reserve area lots of retreats are named after Jungle Book Characters. We even saw a poster of a local event named after Mowgli!

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Post a sumptuous lunch at Baghvan Taj Safari Lodge, we experienced a small stretch of off-road terrain on our way to a picturesque lake. This small lake is one of the watering holes where one can sight tigers and other wild animals early in the morning.

The Kodiaq Scout is a premium SUV that is versatile, fun to drive on long trips, the off-road feature is great when one wants to go off-roading. Prices for the Skoda Kodiaq Scout start at 33.99 Lakhs ex-showroom Mumbai