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BEFORE YOU SET OFF
Owner's Manual - brief instructions
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    BEFORE YOU SET OFF Owner's Manual - brief instructions ŠKODA KODIAQ ...
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    This brochure is intended to quickly acquaint you with some vehicle functions. This does not replace the vehicle Owner's Manual, because it does not provide information on operation, e.g. the safety notices. Therefore, when using our vehicles, proceed in accordance with the vehicle Owner's Manual in the first instance. There is a QR code in the title area of some of the functions described. Once these are scanned, a short animation with instructions will be shown in relation to the relevant function. › › › › › › › › › › › Overview of this brochure by topic Unlocking and opening Correct and safe seating position Use the second and third row of seats Lights and visibility Air conditioning system Instrument cluster Starting and stopping the engine Braking and parking Park Assist systems Driver assist systems 1 2 4 6 8 10 13 15 16 18 › › › › › › › › › OFF ROAD mode Hitch and trailer At the petrol station Telephone Radio Navigat ...
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    Unlocking and opening › › Key Luggage compartment lid  Locking the vehicle  Unlocking the boot lid  Unlocking the vehicle › KESSY The KESSY system enables the vehicle to be unlocked and locked by means of sensors in the two front door handles without actively using the key. › Grip the front door handle to unlock the door. › Touch the sensor on the exterior of the front door handle to lock the vehicle. Vehicles fitted with manual lid operation › To open press the button A and lift the flap. › To close, grab the mount B and pull in the direction of the arrow. Vehicles fitted with electric lid operation › To open, press the button A , pull the button B or hold the button  on the key. › To close, press the button C , pull the button B and hold this or hold the button  on the key (applies to vehicles with KESSY). ...
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    Correct and safe seating position › › Operating boot lid without contact Correct seating position for the driver Open/close › Speedily swing a foot under the rear bumper. Operating conditions  The ignition is switched off.  You must have the car keys with you. Disabling/enabling can be carried out in Infotainment in the Opening and closing in progress.  /  → For your safety, and to reduce the risk of injury in an accident, the steering wheel, the seat and headrest must be adjusted as follows. Distance A - at least 25 cm Distance B - at least 6 cm Line C - top of the headrest at the same level with the top of the head, where possible 2 ...
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    › Adjusting front seats manually › Adjusting the steering wheel position A Adjusting a seat in a for- ward/back direction B Adjusting height of seat C Adjusting the angle of the seat backrest D Adjusting lumbar support › Adjusting front seats electrically A Adjusting lumbar support B Seat adjustment C Adjusting the angle of the seat backrest  Steering wheel locked  Steering wheel unlocked The forward/back position and the height of the steering wheel can be adjusted. 3 ...
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    Use the second and third row of seats › Adjusting exterior mirrors › Operating second row of seats › To adjust forward/back position, pull lever A in the direction of arrow 1 and move the seat to the desired position in the direction of arrow 2. The knob can be moved into the following positions.  Adjust the left mirror  Switch off mirror control  Adjust the right mirror  Fold mirrors  Mirror heater By moving the knob in the direction of the arrows, the mirror surface can be adjusted. The Easy Entry function provides the access to the third row. › To fold and slide the seat, pull the securing tab in the direction of arrow 1 . › Fold the seat forwards and slide the seat in the direction of arrow 2 . › To fold back flap, adjust the seat's forward/backward position and lift the seat back. › Check this by pulling on the seat and on the seat backrest. 4 ...
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    › Operate the backrests of the third seat row › Folding third-row seats up/down Before moving the seat backs, move the second row of seats forward and remove the luggage compartment cover. Before moving the seats, unlock the buckle tongues of the seat belts (the straps must be completely retracted). › To fold up, pull eyelet › Fold the seat backs forwards. › To fold up, pull the eyelets simultaneously in the direction of arrow A in direction of arrow 1 . The seat back must engage audibly after folding up. › To fold down, press the securing tab B in direction of arrow 2 and fold the seat backs forwards in the direction of arrow 3 . 1 . The seats are raised in the direction of arrow 2 . › To fold down, press the seats in the direction of arrow 3. 5 ...
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    Lights and visibility › Operating light function Using headlights - turn switch  Switch off lights (except daytime running lights)  Automatically switch lights on/off  Switch on parking lights  Switch on the low beam › Main beam  Switch on main beam (spring-tensioned position)   Switch off main beam / switch on headlight flasher (spring-tensioned position) › Turning signal system Operating fog lights / rear fog lamp - pull switch  Switch on the front fog light  Switch on the rear fog light Headlight range control On vehicles with LED headlights, headlight range control takes place automatically. On vehicles with Halogen headlights, headlight range control takes place in Infotainment in the menu  /  →  → Lights. 6  Switch on the right turn signal  Switch on the left turn signal ...
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    › Windscreen wipers and washers  Rapid windscreen wiping  Slow windscreen wiping  Depending on equipment fitted: Periodic windscreen wiping / automatic wiping in rain  Setting the wiper interval by position   Wipers and washers off  Single windscreen wipe (spring-loaded position)  Spraying and wiping the rear window (spring-tensioned position) Spraying the rear view camera (spring-tensioned position)  Wiping the rear window  Wipers and washers off  Spraying and wiping the windscreen (spring-tensioned position) 7 ...
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    Air conditioning system › Climatronic  Air flow to the upper body  Air flow in the footwell  Recirculated air mode  Ventilation/defrosting of the windscreen  Heated rear window  Heated windscreen  Adjust Climatronic in the infotainment  Synchronise the temperature inside the entire vehicle according to the temperature setting on the driver's side  Automatic mode  Cooling system Individual functions can be set or switched on by turning the rotary control or by pressing the respective key. When the function is switched on, an indicator lamp lights up inside or below the button. A Adjust the temperature for the left side B Adjust the blower speed C Adjust the temperature for the right side D Depending on equipment fitted: E F G H  8  Auxiliary heating  Heating of the passenger compartment using the residual heat of the engine (after switching off the ignition) Display the set temperature for the left side Depending ...
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    › Climatronic - operation of the rear bench seat Individual functions can be set or switched on by pressing the relevant button. When the function is activated, a warning light illuminates in the button.  Left rear seat heating › Manual air conditioning Individual functions can be set or switched on by turning the rotary control or by pressing the respective key. When the function is switched on, the indicator lamp below the button lights up. A Adjust temperature A Decrease the temperature B Adjust the blower speed B Display of the set temperature C Set the direction of the air outlet C Increase the temperature      Right rear seat heating Seat heating for the front left seat Cooling system Heated rear window Recirculated air mode D Depending on equipment fitted:  Auxiliary heating  Heated windscreen  Seat heating for the front right seat 9 ...
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    Instrument cluster › › Setting the time › Switch on the ignition. › Press and hold the button  until the Time menu item is shown in the display. › Release the button and the sys- tem switches to the hour setting function. › Press the button again and set the hours. › Wait 4 seconds, the system switches to the minutes setting. › Press the button again and set the minutes. › Wait 4 seconds, the system switches to the initial setting. The time can also be adjusted in Infotainment in the menu by selecting  →  → Time and date. 10 Showing the next service appointment › Switch on the ignition. › Press and hold the button  until the Service menu item is shown in the display. › Release the button, the remaining kilometres or miles and days until the next service interval are shown on the display for 4 s. The service date can also be set in Infotainment in the menu Events menu.  /→→ ...
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    › Buttons/dials on the multifunction steering wheel Operation of the instrument cluster display  Hold - display main menu Press - return to a higher level in the menu B Turn - Move within the selected menu / Set values Press - confirm selected menu item › Buttons on the operating lever Operation of the instrument cluster display A Hold (up or down) - display main menu Press (up or down) - move within the selected menu / Set values B Press - confirm selected menu item Other functions  Switch voice control on/off A Turn - set the volume Press - sound on/off  Skip to next track/station  Switch to previous track/station  Display the assistance systems menu  Depending on equipment: Operating a digital instrument cluster Show previous menu (if one has been selected) / display phone menu 11 ...
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    › Digital combination instrument display › Digital combination instrument operation Buttons/dial on the multifunction steering wheel  Display the assistance systems menu  Switch on entire display A Turn - Move within the selected menu / Set values / Zoom in/out of the map Press - confirm selected menu item  Disable/lock the main menu Most important display ranges A Total display - 5 presentation modes B Main menu: › Navigation › Audio › Telephone › Assist systems › Journey data › Vehicle C Additional information (e.g individual driving data, driving recommendations) 12 ...
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    Starting and stopping the engine › Key › Starter button Switching on the ignition › Turn key to position 2 . Switching on the ignition › Press the    button briefly. Starting the engine - automatic transmission › Press the brake pedal and turn the key into the position 3 . Starting the engine - automatic transmission › Depress the brake pedal and press the START ENGINE STOP button briefly   . Starting the engine - manual transmission › Press the clutch pedal and turn the key into the position 3 . Switching off the engine and ignition › Turn key to position 1 . Starting the engine - manual transmission › Depress the clutch pedal and press the START ENGINE STOP button briefly   . Switching off the engine and ignition › Press the    button briefly. 13 ...
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    › START-STOP system The basic idea of the START-STOP system is to always turn the engine off when it does not need to be running. This feature is particularly advantageous in city traffic, where this significantly reduces fuel consumption and thereby also considerably reduces vehicle running costs. When stopping the vehicle, an automatic engine cut-off takes place, the warning light  appears in the instrument cluster. When starting up, the automatic start procedure takes place again. Automatic shutdown / start-up on vehicles with manual transmission The engine is switched off as soon as the vehicle comes to a halt, the shift lever is moved into neutral and the clutch pedal is released. The engine is started as soon as the clutch pedal is depressed. Automatic shutdown / start-up on vehicles with automatic transmission The engine is switched off as soon as the vehicle comes to a halt and the brake pedal is depressed. The engine is started as soon as the accelerator p ...
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    Braking and parking › Electric parking brake Switching on › Pull the  button. The symbol  in the button lights up. Manual shut-down › Depress the brake pedal and press the  button. The symbol  in the button is no longer illuminated. Automatic shut-off During start-up, the brake is automatically switched off. › Auto Hold function The Auto Hold function stops the vehicle rolling away during start-up. Holding of the vehicle is displayed by the warning light  lighting up in the instrument cluster. Operating conditions  The driver's door is closed.  The engine is running (or has been switched off automatically by the START-STOP system).  In the case of an automatic transmission, the selector lever is not in position N. If the driver’s door is opened or the ignition is switched off in a vehicle which has been secured with Auto Hold, then the parking brake secures the vehicle against unwanted rolling away. Then  goes out and  is illuminated. Fun ...
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    Park Assist systems › Parking aid When manoeuvring, the system draws attention to obstacles in the vicinity of the vehicle via audible signals and coloured labels in the infotainment screen.    An obstacle at a distance of less than 30 cm There is an obstacle in route A (the distance to the obstacle is greater than 30 cm) There is an obstacle outside of route A (the distance to the obstacle is greater than 30 cm) For vehicles only with sensors built into the rear bumper, the system is activated by engaging reverse gear. For vehicles with sensors built into the front bumper, the system is activated by engaging reverse gear, by pressing the button  or  in the front centre console or automatically when the vehicle approaches an obstacle at a speed below 10 km/h, when driving forwards. 16 › Area View When manoeuvring, the area around the vehicle captured by cameras is displayed by the system in the infotainment screen. The system is activated by ...
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    › Park Assist Park Assist helps drivers park in suitable parallel or transverse parking places or manoeuvre out of parallel parking spaces. A display example of the indications for parallel parking (indications for transverse parking are displayed in the same way). When entering or leaving a parking space the system only undertakes the steering movements. The driver operates the pedals and the shift lever/gear selector.     Searching for a parking space › Slowly drive past a row of parked vehicles. › Press the  button. Parking space detected with the indication to drive on Parking space recognised with the indication to reverse Indication for driving forwards Indication for reversing If the system finds a suitable parking space, the indication for parking is displayed in the instrument cluster. If the system detects that the parking space found is suitable for parallel and transverse parking, it recommends a parking method in the display and ...
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    Driver assist systems › Rear Traffic Alert When reversing out of a transverse parking space, the Rear Traffic Alert (hereinafter referred to as system) warns of any vehicles approaching from the side. If the driver does not react to the warning, the system can trigger automatic braking at a speed of up to 10 km/h. Warning - vehicles with parking aid You will hear a continuous tone and one of the following warning levels appears on the infotainment screen. A An oncoming vehicle is detected. Do not reverse any further, check the area around the vehicle. B A vehicle is detected in the collision zone.  Do not go further back. Warning - vehicles without parking aid An acoustic signal is sounded and information asking the driver to observe the traffic behind is shown in the instrument cluster. Deactivating/activating system › In the instrument cluster display, in the Assist systems menu item. › In the infotainment system, in menu  /  →  → Parking and manoeuvr ...
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    › Wizard for “blind spot” monitoring - operation At a speed of more than 15 km/h, the area alongside and behind the vehicle is monitored by the system. At the same time, the distance and the difference in speed between your vehicle and other vehicles in the monitored area are measured. › Wizard for “blind spot” monitoring - driving conditions and warnings When driving, the system monitors an area the size of a normal lane width to the left and right. If a vehicle is detected in the “blind spot” area, the system indicates this vehicle by the warning light  lighting up in the exterior mirror. The system can be activated/deactivated in one of two ways. › In the instrument cluster display, in the Assist systems menu item. › In the infotainment system, in menu  /  →  → Driver assistance. System constraint The system is unable to recognise the specific lane width by means of sensors. Therefore it may respond to a vehicle in a lane further away in the following s ...
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    › Cruise control system › Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) The cruise control system maintains a set speed without you having to press the accelerator pedal. During control, the warning light  lights up in the instrument cluster.      20 Activate CCS (control deactivated) Interrupt control (spring-tensioned position) Deactivate cruise control Start controlling current speed (if not stored) Resume setting the controlled speed (if control is interrupted) Increase speed (if control is active) Start controlling the current speed Reduce speed (if control is active) The adaptive cruise control controls the set speed and the distance to the vehicle ahead without the accelerator or brake pedal being pressed. Deactivate ACC Interrupt control (spring-tensioned position) Activate ACC (control deactivated) Start control (resume) Increase speed by 1 km/h at a time (spring-tensioned position)  Set proximity level  Increase ...
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    › Front Assist The Front Assist system indicates a warning in the display of the instrument cluster of a collision risk with a vehicle or with another obstacle located in front of you. In a speed range of 5 km/h to 30 or 45 km/h (depending on the type of obstacle), the Front Assist system attempts to avoid the collision or mitigate its consequences by braking automatically in the event of an impending crash. System displays  The safe distance to the vehicle in front is below the minimum  Automatic braking in the event of a collision risk (depending on the type of display, the symbol is displayed in red or white) Deactivation/activation can take place in one of the following ways. › In the instrument cluster display, in the Assist systems menu item. › In the infotainment system, in menu  /  →  → Driver assistance. Front Assist is automatically activated each time the ignition is switched on. › Lane Assist The Lane Assist system helps to keep the vehicl ...
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    OFF ROAD mode › Operation › Hill descent assistant Part of the OFF ROAD mode is the hill descent assistant (hereinafter referred to as assist system), which with its automatic braking action on all wheels ensures a constant speed is maintained on a steep slope when driving forwards and reversing. Initiate the downhill descent at a reasonable speed of approx. 2 - 30 km/h, the assist system constantly maintains this speed as you travel downhill. If a forwards or reverse gear is engaged on vehicles with a manual transmission, the speed must be high enough to avoid “stalling the engine”. The OFF ROAD mode assists the driver when driving over areas of difficult terrain at a speed of up to 30 km/h. › To activate/deactivate the system, press the button . When OFF ROAD mode is activated, the symbol in the button lights up and the warning light for OFF ROAD mode  and the hill descent assistant  are displayed in the instrument cluster. › To display the OFF ROAD mod ...
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    Hitch and trailer › › Swinging out the tow bar Swinging in tow bar › Pull the switch in direction of arrow No trailer or other accessory is connected to the tow bar. A connector or adapter must not be plugged into the 13-pin socket. The tow bar swings out in direction of arrow 2 and the indicator light  in the switch flashes. › Pull the switch in direction of arrow › Press the tow bar in direction of arrow › Swing in the tow bar under the bumper in the direction of arrow 1 (the installation location of the switch may be different depending on equipment). 3 until it audibly clicks into place. If the tow bar is locked correctly, the indicator light  in the switch lights up. 4. The tow bar is unlocked and the indicator light  in the switch flashes. it audibly clicks into place. 5 until If the tow bar is locked correctly, the indicator light  in the switch lights up. 23 ...
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    › Trailer manoeuvring assistant The trailer manoeuvring assistant (hereinafter only system) helps the driver when reversing with a trailer. When manoeuvring, the system only undertakes the steering movement. The driver operates the pedals and the shift lever/gear selector. Conditions for the system function  The engine is running.  The system is activated.  Traction control is activated.  The driver's door and the boot lid are fully closed.  The trailer is plugged into the trailer socket.  The trailer is not veering too much. Activation/deactivation The system is activated by engaging reverse gear and pressing  the button. When the system is activated, the  symbol lights up in the button. The system is deactivated by pressing the button , engaging a forward gear or moving the selector lever into the D/S position. 24 › Trailer manoeuvring › Stop the vehicle and engage reverse gear or move the selector lever into position R. › Release the stee ...
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    At the petrol station › Refuelling › Press the fuel flap and open it. › Add AdBlue® › Press the fuel flap and open it. › Loosen the filler cap for AdBlue®. › Remove the filler cap and place it on the top of the fuel filler flap. › Add AdBlue®. By the warning light  illuminating in the instrument cluster, the driver is prompted to add AdBlue®. Only use AdBlue® that corresponds to the standard ISO 22241-1. › Loosen the filler cap. › Remove the filler cap and place it in the recess on the fuel filler flap. › Insert the pump nozzle into the fuel filler neck as far as it will go, and refuel. 25 ...
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    › Opening the bonnet › Open the driver's door. › Pull the release lever underneath the dash panel. › Press the unlocking lever underneath the bonnet. › Lift the bonnet so that the gas pressure springs hold it open. › A Coolant expansion reservoir B Engine oil dipstick C Engine oil filler opening D Brake fluid reservoir E F 26 Engine compartment overview Vehicle battery Windscreen washer fluid reservoir ...
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    Telephone ›      Connection conditions › Connection The ignition is switched on. The Bluetooth® function of the infotainment and the telephone is switched on. The visibility of the infotainment and the telephone is switched on. The phone is in the passenger compartment. The telephone is compatible with the infotainment. A list of supported phones can be found at http://go.skoda.eu/compatibility, see QR code. › Tap on the button/sensor field MENU PHONE (on Infotainment Columbus → ) → Find phone - the search for available telephones begins. › Tap on the functional surface Results and select the desired phone. › Confirm the connection - the phone connects to the infotainment and the Phone main menu is displayed. 27 ...
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    Radio › Phone main menu › Saving favourite stations › Tap on the button/sensor field RADIO (on Infotainment Columbus → ). › Tap on the functional surface A and select the desired radio range. MENU Information and functional surfaces in the Phone main menu. A B C       28 Name of the telephone service provider Functional surfaces of preferred contacts Choice of storage group for the preferred contacts Display of paired phones Enter the telephone number Display the telephone contact list Text messages Display of call list Settings › Use the functional surface  to select the desired station. › Press and hold one of the functional surfaces B until you hear an acoustic signal. ...
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    Navigation › Navigation main menu › Tap on the sensor field NAV (on Infotainment Columbus MENU → ); the main Navigation menu will be displayed. › Enter new destination and start route guidance › In the Navigation main menu, tap the functional surface  . › Tap the function surface  and select the type of destination entry. Functional surfaces in area A . Enter a new destination, close route guidance, display the route details, enter a traffic obstruction  Store the current location, list of saved routes and destinations, route guidance to your home address  Search for a POI in the categories ,  and   Map presentation options  Operation of the media / radio playback  Volume adjustment of navigation announcements / repeat the navigation announcement  Settings  › Enter the destination and tap the functional surface Start. › Select the route type: A  The most economical B  The fastest C  The shortest Selecting the type of route ...
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    Connectivity Care Connect › › SmartLink+ SmartLink+ allows you to display and operate certified applications of an external device connected by USB on the infotainment screen. The SmartLink+ function supports the following communication systems Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink®. Connection set-up › Connect the external device to the USB input. › Press the MENU sensor field and then tap the function surface SmartLink. › Select the desired connection type from the menu. During the connection process, note messages may be displayed on the infotainment screen and the display of the connected device. These must be confirmed. 30 Call types The Care Connect online service allows for calls to information/breakdown companies/emergency services, in addition to other services. These are described in more detail in the Owner's Manual. A  - establishment of connection to the info number when there are problems with the on-line services or for informati ...
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    Warning lights overview                            Parking brake Brake system Front seat belt warning light, front Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Power steering/steering lock (KESSY) Electronic Stability Control (ESC) / Traction Control System (ASR) Traction control (ASR) deactivated Antilock brake system (ABS) Rear fog light Exhaust control system Glow plug system (diesel engine) EPC fault light (petrol engine) Safety systems Tyre pressure Brake pads Fuel reserve Lane Assist Turning signal system Trailer turn signal lights Fog lights Cruise control / speed limiter Brake pedal (automatic gearbox) Auto Hold function Main beam Automatic gearbox Rear seat belt warning light Generator                      Coolant Engine oil pressure Engine oil level AdBlue® level too low (diesel engine) AdBlue® error (diesel engine) Bulb failure Display when the ...
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    Reprinting, duplicating, translating and any other use, either in whole or in part, is not permitted without the written consent of ŠKODA AUTO a.s. ŠKODA AUTO a.s. expressly reserves all rights relating to copyright laws. Subject to change. Issued by: ŠKODA AUTO a.s. © ŠKODA AUTO a.s. 2018 ...
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