Skoda rolls out 'Rapid Ultima' at Rs 8.30-9.97 lakh

Tags: Cars
Czech auto-maker Skoda today rolled out a special edition of its mid-sized sedan 'Rapid Ultima,' priced at Rs 8.30-9.97 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) with additional features like parking sensors with a rear view camera, Garmin and Tom Tom navigation devices, among others.

The new offerings, which comes both in petrol and diesel variants, will be available across all ŠKODA authorised dealerships from today for a limited period only, ŠKODA Auto India said in a release here.

The Rapid Ultima features ŠKODA's new logo and is ideal for the Indian streets with an attractive design, ample space, excellent safety equipment and modern proven technology, the release said.

The company sells six models- Superb, Octavia, Laura, Fabia, Yeti and Rapid-in the local market. It has a manufacturing facility in Shendra near Aurangabad district in Maharashtra.

SKODA Auto India has a network of 92 sales and 84 service outlets across the country, the company said.

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