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The Most Common Škoda Karoq Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Škoda Karoq. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Karoq

While it’s the family hatchback Skoda Octavia that remains Skoda’s top-selling model overall, the compact crossover Skoda Karoq comes in a close second. This helps demonstrate just how popular these compact crossover models have become through the years. The Karoq is built on the Volkswagen Group MQB platform and was first introduced back in 2017.

As a relatively recent addition to the Skoda lineup, it remains in its first generation, but there was a facelift to the vehicle made in late 2021 for the 2022 model year. Skoda offers a wide range of powertrains on the Karoq, starting with a simple 1.0L 3-cylinder unit at the base level, but building up to a 2.0L inline-4 and a 2.0L 4-cylinder turbo diesel, too.

All of these powertrains can be paired with 6-, 7-, or 8-speed automatic transmissions, including the 7-speed VW direct-shift gearbox dual-clutch transmission in Europe and Australia. Most engines are FWD, but a number come with 4WD options, as well.

The Karoq owes its best-selling status to its pleasing angular exterior design, city-friendly dimensions, and a better price point than its corporate VW siblings. Skoda markets Karoq above the subcompact crossover Kamiq SUV, but below the larger medium-sized family SUV, the Kodiaq.

LED headlights are standard, with optional Matrix LEDs, and the 2021 facelift brought with it a whole new front bumper design with a new lower grille and new air intakes. They also added optional plastic inserts into the arrow alloy wheels which help make the car more aerodynamic and fuel-efficient.

People like the sporty look and feel of the Karoq, but lament the need for fake exhaust tips. A standard of 18.1 cubic feet with the rear seats up means cargo space is decent for a compact crossover of this size.