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Mike Stevens | Sep, 06 2011 | 0 Comments

Skoda has announced the addition of Bluetooth across the brand's 2012 line-up.

With Bluetooth fitted as standard, all Skoda models now offer streaming audio, mobile phone calling and phone number display.

“Our Škoda range of vehicles already comes standard with a comprehensive safety package and clever ŠKODA features," Skoda Australia boss Matthew Wiesner said.

"Now, with the addition of Bluetooth® phone connectivity, our ŠKODA range offers an affordable and competitive convenience package as well."

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Also on the radar for Skoda is the launch this month of the small Yeti crossover, priced from $28,690 for the entry 1.2 litre petrol Yeti.

In August, Skoda announced availability of the Superb 103 TDI, a new entry-level offering in the company's large car range.

Volkswagen's four-cylinder 2.0 litre diesel engine drives the new Superb 103 TDI, taking on Australia's large sedan market with a $38,990 starting price for the Ambition sedan - the same price as the petrol-powered 118 TSI.

The future looks bright for Skoda: the arrival of the Yeti and a more affordable offering in the Superb range will flesh out the current line-up, while this week's MissionL Concept offers a look at what lies ahead for the Czech brand.

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