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- Wed Aug 29, 2018 7:37 pm
- Forum: Main Skoda Kodiaq chat
- Topic: Factory Fit Towbar & Alko Caravan Hitch
- Replies: 8
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The hitchlock on my van is a Winterhof, similar to the Alco, I have not had any problems. The only thing is, that I always use the caravan motomover, to couple up, as there is no protector plate, prevening you hitting the bumper with the hitchlock.
I have just done 6500 miles, in the Kodiaq, and I am now getting just under 30 mpg. That is towing, pretty loaded down, 3 people and doing between 55-60 miles an hour, trying to us the cruise control as much as possible. So thats not to bad.
I am off to Scotland next Monday, but a slight detour to Morecambe, most of the journey will be on the motorway [ M6 ] and the A74, I think it is to Castle Douglas, so interesting to see what mpg I obtain. If I get 30 + I will be happy, perhaps because it is the auto its a bit heavy on fuel. I hope ...
I purchased the Kodiaq primarily for towing our caravan, it is a light weight compared to some 1350, kilo, and why I chose a automatic. I used it a couple of weeks ago mixed driving, but mainly motorway, where cruise control used. 80 motorway miles, 40 through town. The average fuel consumption was ...
The problem I have had, the boot unhooking but not opening, or only opening half way. On the 26th June it is going in for its first service [12 months ] but it will have done less that 6,000 miles, so I will mention it?
- Fri Jan 19, 2018 2:09 pm
- Forum: Introductions
- Topic: PLEASE when you sign up to the forum
- Replies: 67
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Hello ,I have just signed onto the forum: I took delivery of my Skoda Kodiaq Edition Black Pearl 2.0 TDI 190 PS 4X4 DSG AUTO [ 7 ] October 2017. It was a ex demo and had 3,500 miles on the clock, to date it has 4,200 miles on the clock, and as yet still getting used to it, but I love it. I bought th...