Our cars: Skoda Yeti – July – What Car?

23 Jan 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Our cars: Skoda Yeti – July – What Car?

Our cars: Skoda Yeti July

Week ending 22

Mileage 8610

Driven week 121 miles

I’ve 30.8mpg over the past with my Yeti. That not sound brilliant (it averages officially), but it’s an impressive result because most of my is done in heavy London The official urban figure much more, at 37.2mpg.

ending July 22

Mileage

Driven this week 117

The Yeti’s variable loadbay doubled up as a handy baby-changing this week when my and I were caught out while in a rather chi-chi – and not very – part of West London. In its position the variable floor a flat loadbay at the height of the load lip so the baby was safe not rolling yet) and I didn’t to bend down uncomfortably to him. It was pouring with at the time but the baby seemed as the Yeti’s rear door plenty of cover from the

Week ending July 15

8372

Driven this 145 miles

The Yeti’s touch-screen may help to limit the number of on the dashboard, and it looks pleasingly but I find it frustrating to use. The buttons rarely seem enough to respond to a brief, touch; I have to deliberately my finger firmly in situ for a second for a reliable hit, is really difficult on the screen’s surface while you’re along.

What’s more, because I rely on feel to know I’ve selected the right and successfully engaged it, I find I my eyes off the road more I’d like to operate the system. I the simple look of the dash so I necessarily want a sea of buttons but their sensitivity could be

Week ending July 8

Mileage 8227

Driven week 119 miles

Family car can only dream of setting up in a maternity hospital car park. made a few trips to mine and more often than not been accosted by a new or prospective wanting to have a look my Yeti.

They’re most to see the boot and are always pleasantly – and that includes the new dad of whose mother-in-law wants a car will take both and their double buggy but is compact enough to park in and doesn’t require her to bend far to get the kids installed. He hadn’t a Yeti properly before but was after just a quick at my car.

Week ending July 1

I removed the rear headrest to fit my child seat. I was frustrated to that the head rest is a bit too big to fit under the Yeti’s variable floor – I wanted to keep it so it was with the car in case I needed to use or it in a hurry, but it was out of the way and kept the boot clear for the buggy. However, it out that the headrest sits neatly out of the way on the rail above of the boot cubbies.

Phew.

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