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Danirl
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Kodaiq v superb

Post by Danirl » Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:04 am

I will be traveling big mileage every week around 1500miles , in peoples experience does the Kodaiq drive well enough to put up with that level of miles???
Also what spec would you pick? I am between scout and sportline at the moment


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Zach
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Re: Kodaiq v superb

Post by Zach » Sun Sep 16, 2018 5:13 am

Depends on what you're used to. the cars with 19" rims do ride better, however you may find the 20" rims on Sportline to be perfectly fine. Unfortunately, there's no info about L&K in the UK (where I assume you're commenting from), which has the Sportline bumpers but with 19" diamond-cut Sirius rims. If you aren't in too much of a rush you could wait for those to come out when spec and pricing comes out for that.

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Re: Kodaiq v superb

Post by MrTrilby » Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:09 am

We do 700 miles a week in an SE-L spec Kodiaq and find it brilliant. Only had it 4 months though so can’t comment on how well it will hold up long term. The 4x4 models will give you an extra service requirement for changing the Haldex oil. A Superb will give you a smaller fuel bill.

Our 190DSG will do around 48mpg on a decent run sticking to speed limits, and the long term average for our mix of driving is a consistent 44mpg.
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Danirl
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Re: Kodaiq v superb

Post by Danirl » Sun Sep 16, 2018 9:20 am

MrTrilby wrote:
Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:09 am
We do 700 miles a week in an SE-L spec Kodiaq and find it brilliant. Only had it 4 months though so can’t comment on how well it will hold up long term. The 4x4 models will give you an extra service requirement for changing the Haldex oil. A Superb will give you a smaller fuel bill.

Our 190DSG will do around 48mpg on a decent run sticking to speed limits, and the long term average for our mix of driving is a consistent 44mpg.
Brilliant , that’s what I wanted to hear, just wanted to make sure it was comfortable on all sorts of roads, it’s a company car so MPG isn’t a massive issue from my end .
I was worried it would be very bouncy and not drive that well.
It’s the 190 bhp dsg I interested in too


Danirl
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Re: Kodaiq v superb

Post by Danirl » Sun Sep 16, 2018 9:23 am

Zach wrote:
Sun Sep 16, 2018 5:13 am
Depends on what you're used to. the cars with 19" rims do ride better, however you may find the 20" rims on Sportline to be perfectly fine. Unfortunately, there's no info about L&K in the UK (where I assume you're commenting from), which has the Sportline bumpers but with 19" diamond-cut Sirius rims. If you aren't in too much of a rush you could wait for those to come out when spec and pricing comes out for that.

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Thanks Mate, unfortunately I need to move on this over the next couple of weeks so will see what best option available is at the moment, I’m in ireland but I don’t think we get any models before the UK


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