Tough Terrain Capability
A compact frame makes it fun to drive in the city, but a finely-tuned chassis makes it more than capable in tougher terrain. Switch through various driving modes to excel on sundry roads. Stay on the Normal driving mode for a smooth performance along the motorway. Turn to Sport when you want some fun winding around country lanes with sharper steering and more aggressive acceleration. Select off-road and the car will stay in lower gears for better traction, plus the descent control spurs into action. Take the car off the main roads with confidence thanks to the 183mm of ground clearance allowing you to tackle rough terrain.
An Array of Engines
Starting with a 1.0-litre petrol in the SE specification through to a potent 2.0-litre TDI diesel with four-wheel drive, drivers are encouraged to create a bespoke order. Few SUVs are so generous with their options list as the new Karoq. With CO2 emissions as little as 113g/km, it’s designed for everyday driving and champions true practicality.
When your concentration dips, the Karoq has your back. Driver Fatigue Warning sends you alerts if detects that your focus is waning, putting you back on track. When you’re in the city driving at low speeds, Autonomous Braking uses radars to detect potential hazards alerting you to stop. Fail to do so in time and it will automatically apply the brakes for you.