Skoda Kushaq Active Peace Variant Discontinued | V3Cars

Skoda India recently launched the Kushaq Active Peace and Ambition Classic variants. These pared down variants with less features were introduced to reduce long waiting periods caused by the shortage of semiconductors. However, Skoda have now discontinued the Kushaq Active Peace variant. Read to know why.

Skoda Kushaq Active Peace

As per our sources, customers were dissatisfied with the lack of features in the base-spec Active Peace variant. Secondly, buyers of the Active Peace variant were unhappy that if they needed to retrofit an infotainment system, they’d have to do it via the dealership only or else risk voiding the warranty. The Kushaq Active Peace variant lacks an infotainment system, speakers and USB charging ports and costs Rs. 1 lakh less than the Kushaq Active.

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Skoda India planned to introduce just 600 units of the Kushaq Active Peace and all units were reportedly sold out. We have now learned that the Czech carmaker isn’t looking to reintroduce the Active Peace variant to the market anytime soon. On the other hand, the Kushaq Ambition Classic variant will remain on sale as is until the carmaker decides to pull the plug. The Ambition Classic variant misses out on features like automatic climate control, connected car tech and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

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Recently, Volkswagen India updated the Taigun SUV with revised prices and added a tyre pressure monitoring system and auto engine start/stop as standard fitment. We expect these features to be added to the Skoda Kushaq’s list of standard features soon.

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Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently helping in content at V3Cars.

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