- Strong demand for the Rapid Rider forces Skoda to temporarily halt bookings
- Skoda Rapid Rider accounts for 30 percent of total bookings
- New additions to the Rapid line-up including the Rapid AT and Rapid Rider Plus coming soon
At the end of May, Skoda Auto India introduced the BS6-compliant Rapid 1.0 TSI at an extremely competitive price tag. As the entry-level Rapid Rider costs just Rs 7.49 lakh, it not only undercuts all its midsize sedan rivals, it even serves as an alternative to a number of compact sedans.
High demand for the Skoda Rapid Rider
Due to the price tag, and the fact that it’s fairly well-kitted for the price, Skoda has seen demand exceed expectations and has – temporarily – halted bookings for the Rapid Rider. The in-demand Rapid Rider variant accounts for 30 percent of total bookings made, which, as company sources tell us, is quite a bit more…