The versions of the Czech model Skoda Scala marked GT ECO are no longer available. Skoda continues to simplify the available offers of this model. The latest solution is aimed at the disappearance of engines with dual-fuel technology.
The Czech manufacturer has decided to withdraw from the market the versions of Scala that have the ECO GT environmental label with all the advantages of mobility that this entails. The model line includes Active, Ambition, Sport, Style, and Monte Carlo configurations.
The basic version of the Skoda Scala Active already includes 16-inch alloy wheels, a 6.5-inch touchscreen, rear parking sensors, an emergency braking system in the city, an internal rearview mirror with a blind protection function, a multi-steering wheel and air conditioning with manual adjustment, as well as a keyless start system.
“After the adjustments made by Skoda, the number of available engines has decreased. The engine with dual-fuel technology, prepared for operation on compressed natural gas (CNG), was discontinued. Therefore, Scala becomes available exclusively with conventional gasoline engines.”
Under the hood of this foreign car, there is a 1.0 TSI with a capacity of 95 hp, paired with 5 manual transmissions. The level above is the 1.0 TSI 110 hp engine with 6 manual transmissions or 7 DSG automatic transmissions with dual clutch.
The most productive variant is equipped with a 1.5 TSI engine with a capacity of 150 hp, available with both of the previously mentioned modifications. All engines have a front-wheel drive configuration.