The Skoda Octavia RS range incorporates all-wheel drive on the 2.0 TDI diesel version of 184 hp to improve their motor skills and dynamism. Will you still keeping a low actual consumption?
We already have evidence the new Skoda Octavia RS 2.0 TDI 184 hp 4X4 DSG ytoca start our tours actual consumption on the road. Usually that incorporates all-wheel drive car is synonymous with increased spending fuel, which some accuse more than others depending on the type of traction by choosing. In the case of this Skoda Octavia RSestamos talking about 5th generation Haldex differential, the most efficient so far and at the same time one that best manages the transfer of torque between the two axles, and may reach 100% to the rear axle in cases of severe loss of traction on the front axle. This system is able to act even before reaching the front wheels skid.
In combination with all-wheel drive, the Automatic dual-clutch DSG does the rest in the new Skoda Octavia RS 2.0 TDI 184 hp to always maintain the right gear from the point of view efficient, as in the case we choose the driving mode SPORT, It is acting on the engine management and change to reduce response times. Another action in this way is that modifies the exhaust sound by means of a butterfly, which particularly I think it’s a wise move and not the usual sound amplification systems employing other brands, more artificial.
Skoda Octavia RS TDI DSG 4×4: Consumer real “at bay”
Once We average consumption of this new version 4×4 about him Skoda Octavia RS TDI, the conclusion is found in the same line of other saloons only front-wheel drive. In the course of road it has been formed with 5,35 l / 100 km actual consumption measured by our Technical Center, a value very small considering its size and weight.
A feature that helps the Skoda Octavia RS TDI 4X4 to get this record consumer good is the Inertial function of DSG, that decouples the engine of change in favorable slopes when we lift off the throttle. On urban travel, more of the same, obtaining with real consumption of only 6.66 l / 100 km, also very low for a saloon AWD and automatic transmission.
Certainly, in a hypothetical value-benefit there is nothing like now that the Skoda Octavia RS TDI DSG 4×4, placing a premium on par with their brothers Volkswagen Group … but away from these in price.
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