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Took delivery of my new Kodiaq three weeks ago after waiting five and a half months.
Noticed today that there are no wheel locking nuts!
At the price of this this Sportline Model you would expect them.
Every new car i have ever bought came with them as standard.
Really disappointed.
 

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Have you pulled the plastic caps to check the actual bolts? I thought they all came with locking nuts; can't see how they can blame the chip shortage for those.
 

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Thanks for the reply dapperut.
I just looked and assumed there was none!
Did not know they were plastic covers.
Will check tomorrow and post back.
 

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Definitely should have them - here's the list of standard equipment on a Kodiaq Sportline:

Font Screenshot Number Document
 

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Also check in the boot whether you've got the security part that allows you to remove them.
 

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You should also find what looks like oversized plastic tweezers in the boot to remove those plastic covers with.
 

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Thanks for the the replies folks.
Sorry for the delay in answering.
Removed the first plastic cover and a locking nut appeared.
I didn`t know they were plastic covers!
Thanks again.
 

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Hey @mechanic ,
I am planning to buy sportline TDI 147kw and wonder about the noise. How is the feeling with yours over 110/120/140kmh? :)
 

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Hi Trv.
I am using MPH.
But anyway, been up to Over 70 MPH and it is great.
Very quiet and comfortable.
Much much better than my previous 2020 Nissan Xtrail.
It can be very fast if you want it to be.
Got to say it is by far the best car i have owned.
I don`t work for Skoda by the way!
 

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Hey @mechanic ,
I am planning to buy sportline TDI 147kw and wonder about the noise. How is the feeling with yours over 110/120/140kmh? :)
I finally got to drive the MY22 Sportline 2.0 TDi 200PS 4x4 DSG demonstrator that my local dealer has (that's the same 147kW version you're looking at). My first impression is that the engine is just a bit smoother and the revs pick up a bit better than my current 190PS (140kW) version of the same. It's never going to be a smooth to drive as the equivalent petrol, but then it will average high 30s mpg (around 6.5 litres/100km), whereas the petrol won't be as efficient.
 
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