Skoda Enyaq variants
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Total cash price £23,599. Borrowing £18,879 with a £4,720 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
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6000 miles

Skoda Enyaq buying guide

What Skoda Enyaq trim levels are there?

The Enyaq doesn’t have a trim level hierarchy as such, although the top-spec car is the SportLine trim that’s a bit like Audi’s S Line and BMW’s M Sport trims. Over the standard car, this gets 20-inch alloy wheels, upgraded headlights, upholstery with suede and leather, and sharper bumpers for a racier look.

But even the most basic Enyaq gets 19-inch wheels, LED lights all round, digital dials, a reversing camera, keyless start and a 13-inch touchscreen with sat nav, DAB radio and wireless Apple CarPlay. If you go for the larger-battery 80 model, you also get extra chrome trim, different wheels and slightly faster charging capability.

Instead of traditional trim levels, Skoda offers different interior themes, called Loft, Lounge Suite and EcoSuite. The latter two offer black and tan leather upholstery respectively.

Skoda Enyaq interior and technology

As with many new cars, the dashboard is dominated by a large touchscreen infotainment system. There are now only a few buttons to press, but Skoda hasn’t completely forgotten about how you’ll use the system on the move – the centre console protrudes out so you’ve got somewhere to rest your hand when using the screen. Behind the sleek two-spoke steering wheel is a snug-looking digital information display that gives you all the important driving info.

With no engine noise, the Enyaq is a quiet, refined family car. And as the interior isn’t a million miles away from petrol and diesel-powered Skoda models, it’s a good option if you don’t want something too space age from your first or next electric car.

Read our guide to the best electric family cars

Skoda Enyaq engine range explained

Skoda Enyaq 60 – most popular!

The Skoda Enyaq 60 is the cheapest version and has a 58kWh (usable) battery. Despite the Enyaq’s size, this is capable of 3.9 miles/kWh and, consequently, up to 246 miles of range, which should be plenty for buyers who don’t cover long distances on a regular basis. It feels reasonably nippy – 0-62mph in 8.4 seconds is more than quick enough for a big family car. Stick with this version and you won’t get the high insurance costs that plague some EVs.

Skoda Enyaq 80

Models with 80 badging have a larger 77kWh battery. Boasting similar efficiency figures to the 60, you can achieve over 330 miles between charges, which isn’t far off certain versions of the Tesla Model Y and Ford Mustang Mach-E. The 80 also gets from 0-62mph in a whisker over eight seconds.

Skoda Enyaq 80X

The ‘X’ stands for four-wheel drive, and is achieved by having an electric motor on each axle (60 and 80 cars just have a motor on the rear axle). The 80X is a little less efficient than the 80, but still achieves up to 317 miles on a full charge. With more power and more torque than the versions above, the 80X hits 62mph in just 6.7 seconds.

Skoda Enyaq vRS

Skoda’s first electric vRS has more power than the 80X (299hp versus 265hp), and gets from 0-62mph in 6.3 seconds – as long as you’ve got enough charge and the outside temperature is right. It’s marked out by exclusive badging and lime green interior detailing.

Your Skoda Enyaq questions answered

Excluding the Skoda Citigo-e, the Enyaq is the brand’s first fully fledged EV. It’s a five-door SUV with pretty conventional SUV trappings, but the standard Enyaq has recently been joined by an Enyaq Coupe that boasts a steeper roofline for a sportier look.

At 4.65m long, the Enyaq is marginally shorter than a Skoda Octavia Estate or a Skoda Kodiaq, but longer than the Karoq. It’s a five-seater and there is plenty of space for five adults – helped by the flat floor. Behind, there’s a whopping 585-litre boot and a little storage cubby beneath, which seems a good place to store charging cables.

Unless you’re going to be putting lots of miles on your Skoda Enyaq, the standard 60 model should be more than enough. There’s no bad powertrain in the lineup – they all offer a long range and purposeful acceleration.

Some Skoda Enyaq models are four-wheel drive. Look out for 80X or vRS versions if you want all-wheel-drive grip for all-weather security – or consider a set of winter tyres if you buy a two-wheel-drive Enyaq.

No, the Skoda Enyaq has five seats. If you need a seven-seater, check out the Skoda Kodiaq, wait for the Skoda Vision 7S electric car, or read our guide to the best seven-seaters.

The standard Enyaq 60 has a 58kWh battery and offers up to 246 miles of range, which should be enough for the majority of drivers. But if you need more range, the Enyaq 80 can manage up to 339 miles between charges.