Skoda Rapid Spaceback ScoutLine is definitely something to write about. Or at least I find inspiration in writing about it. I know that most of the US-based readers are not used to seeing this model rolling on the large American streets, but this car deserves some attention because of several factors. Of course, the visual stance is the first among all (not I terms of importance of course).
It seems that Rapid Spaceback ScoutLine has it all. Just take a look at the pictures below to have better visual impression.
Exterior Mixed with ScoutLine Accessory Package
The first thing that grabs the eye is the unique green color. This is the latest addition to company's color palette called ‘pistachio green'. When it comes to details, the car can also stand out very quickly. Precisely, the ScoutLine accessory package adds distinctive plastic exterior fixtures and mirror housings with reflective silver finish.
To go even deeper into details, the front and rear bumpers are finished in one-off matte-black. It has been contrasted with reflective silver running through it. In addition textured plastic fixtures (also in matte –black) are running along the doorsills and wheel arches, thus protecting the sides of the vehicle.
Furthermore, Skoda is offering the choice of either silver 16-inch ‘Rock' or 17-inch ‘Camelot' alloy wheels, that will complement the outdoor and adventurous looks of this car.
Wide List of … Engines
Except for the GreenLine engines, Skoda Rapid Spaceback ScoutLine can be driven by all drivetrains for the basic model. This includes three petrol engines ranging from 90 horsepower (66 kW) to 110 hp (81 kW) and to 125 hp (92 kW) as well as two diesel units delivering 90 hp (66 kW) and 116 hp (85 kW).
Of course, all of the engines are super fuel efficient and comply with Euro-6 emission standards. They are also equipped with the start-stop system and feature regenerative braking.
All in all Skoda Rapid Spaceback ScoutLine is a combination of fresh design and practical features that could literally appeal to anyone.