I see from this person's review that it very obvious he does not know how to properly handle and drive a 4x4 SUV.Maybe he should start by first learning how to drive an SUV. All I can say is that a "Bad Carpenter always blames his Tools".
No one will call his own car bad as he is then questioning his own decision of having bough it,unless of course he has a serious issue .Skoda is least helpful company and I am sure there must be a real problem with the car .Manoj,plese do take up with Skoda and you will have to shout at them to make your self heard.
+1 to Nipun, I agree that there is a serious problem with this car and Skoda in general.
Skoda needs to tighten their belts on various aspects.
What is the problem with thi Car ???????????????????
Skoda is Skoda and they need togh handling of their people and not their cars.
You want fight the people at Skoda or what? If that be the case, I suggest you return the Car to them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
mahaseer,returning the defective car is no joke.It has been sold to you and registrered in your name so no manufacturer will take back the car so easily.
Stop blamming Skoda in general and Yeti in particular.
After reading his review, his main problem is about car getting stalled in middle of road at traffic signals.
This is no problem with car but "Driver". Yeti is compact SUV and one should know how to handle SUV's. Use accelerator while taking off and release luctch smoothly you car will not stop. Once your hands are set, you will write odd in praise of Yeti.
Drive car in turbo zone irrespective of gear i.e. 1800-2200 Rpms. You will see the different Yeti.
Good suspension, very very smooth gear box, loaded with features, comfortable front seats, very reliable engine (engine doesn't have any issue), top class fit and finish (try you hands at Fortuner and compare interiors) for the price. All the SUV's (diesel) are dud before turbo kick but once in turbo zone, SUV's are big daddy of roads.