The expert brought the Skoda Kodiaq 2019 crossover from 2018-2019 to the rally race track to see how the car behaves under unusual circumstances.
The expert shared his impressions about the Favorit Motors channel. They test on the track "Bear" is equipped with a 2-liter engine with 180 hp in combination with a 7-speed DSG robot box. All-wheel drive can be connected both automatically and by force.
The author explained that during the test an icy snow cover was mixed on the ground during the test, there were icy stones, a small comb and traces of bulldozers. At the same time, he said that no extra vibrations were transmitted to the Kodiaq salon, the suspension caused no discomfort even in the well.
After trying to press the accelerator pedal and steer the car into a turn with the stabilization system turned on, the expert noted that he is not wearing it at all: it just turns off the turns and the car goes where the driver drives it.
With the stabilization off, the car's steering remained almost at the same level. The author explained that due to the balance between suspension and steering, the Kodiak can be steered and steered while skidding, almost like racing on four-wheel drive cars.
The expert decided in Sport mode to take a more active ride on the rally track and was satisfied again: "The car sometimes jumps, but the suspension does not work." He concluded that the Skoda Kodiaq is doing well, not only in the city, but also on extreme routes.