If we talk about Mahindra Alturas G4, it is a bit of a mixed bag. It scores in spades when it comes to the equipment it\'s offering. It feels posh on the inside and offers a proper luxury experience as well. Where it misses out on primarily is the driving department. It definitely isn\'t an enthusiast pleaser and would prefer it if you drove with a light foot. And on that note, we really wish the high-speed ride was more planted. If you were eyeing the Alturas as a big family road-tripper, or something that’d give you grins when you drive - the lure for the big Mahindra is limited. But, if you want nothing more than to make a statement and be pampered plenty when you’re inside the cabin, the Alturas G4 impresses. On the other hand, the Scout retains the core values of the Kodiaq. It offers an expansive list of features, premium interior quality and understated styling. But given how most Kodiaq buyers are opting for the L
Skoda Kodiaq comes equipped with 9 airbags as standard. Other safety features include ABS with EBD, anti-skid regulation (ASR), multi-collision brake, ESP, all-round parking sensors and a reversing camera.
Skoda Kodiaq is powered by a 2.0-litre TDi engine that produces 150PS of maximum power and 340Nm of torque. The power is sent to all four wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission (DSG). The feature list includes a panoramic sunroof, virtual cockpit, 360-degree camera, front parking sensors, a 10-speaker Canton sound system and 3-zone climate control. Even though the Kodiaq is plus-sized, it’s a very easy daily drive and does so while cocooning you in a luxurious interior. The SUV offers quirky, yet, useful features, top-notch safety kit including 9 airbags, spacious cabin, and a huge boot space of upto 2005-litres. As for the Laurin Klement variant, we\'d suggest you to check out the: [Skoda Kodiaq L