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Skoda Rapid Price

Skoda Rapid ex-showroom price starts at ₹ 7.79 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 13.29 Lakh. The top variant Skoda Rapid on road price is ₹ 15.42 Lakh*. Skoda offers Rapid in 11 variants

Variant Ex-Showroom Specification Compare

Rapid 1.0 TSI Rider MT

7.79 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19 Km/l

Rapid 1.0 Rider Plus MT

8.19 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19 Km/l

Rapid 1.0 Rider Plus AT

9.69 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.2 Km/l

Rapid 1.0 TSI Ambition MT

9.99 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19 Km/l

Rapid 1.0 TSI Onyx MT

10.19 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19 Km/l

Rapid 1.0 TSI Ambition AT

11.49 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.2 Km/l

Rapid 1.0 TSI Style MT

11.69 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19 Km/l

Rapid 1.0 TSI Onyx AT

11.69 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.2 Km/l

Rapid 1.0 TSI Monte Carlo MT

11.99 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Manual, 19 Km/l

Rapid 1.0 TSI Style AT

12.99 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.2 Km/l

Rapid 1.0 TSI Monte Carlo AT

13.29 Lakh 999 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.2 Km/l

Skoda Rapid Price

Ex-showroom 7,79,000
Insurance 19,842
RTO Amount 68,162
TCS 0
Est On-Road Price* 8.67 Lakh
Ex-showroom 8,19,000
Insurance 20,838
RTO Amount 71,662
TCS 0
Est On-Road Price* 9.12 Lakh
Ex-showroom 9,69,000
Insurance 24,574
RTO Amount 84,787
TCS 0
Est On-Road Price* 10.78 Lakh
Ex-showroom 9,99,000
Insurance 25,320
RTO Amount 87,412
TCS 0
Est On-Road Price* 11.12 Lakh
Ex-showroom 10,19,000
Insurance 25,818
RTO Amount 1,27,375
TCS 10,190
Est On-Road Price* 11.82 Lakh
Ex-showroom 11,49,000
Insurance 29,056
RTO Amount 1,43,625
TCS 11,490
Est On-Road Price* 13.33 Lakh
Ex-showroom 11,69,000
Insurance 29,554
RTO Amount 1,46,125
TCS 11,690
Est On-Road Price* 13.56 Lakh
Ex-showroom 11,69,000
Insurance 29,554
RTO Amount 1,46,125
TCS 11,690
Est On-Road Price* 13.56 Lakh
Ex-showroom 11,99,000
Insurance 30,301
RTO Amount 1,49,875
TCS 11,990
Est On-Road Price* 13.91 Lakh
Ex-showroom 12,99,000
Insurance 32,791
RTO Amount 1,62,375
TCS 12,990
Est On-Road Price* 15.07 Lakh
Ex-showroom 13,29,000
Insurance 33,539
RTO Amount 1,66,125
TCS 13,290
Est On-Road Price* 15.42 Lakh

Latest Update on Rapid

The all-new BS6 compliant Skoda Rapid 1.0 TSI is now on sale in India and is available in both manual and automatic transmission options. The turbocharged petrol engine is paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox and also gets a 6-speed torque converter on the automatic. The manual version is offered in six variants - Rider, Rider Plus, Ambition, Onyx, Style and Monte Carlo. Meanwhile, the automatic version drops the base Rider trim and is offered in the remaining five variants. The new Skoda Rapid manual is priced from Rs. 7.79 lakh, going up to Rs. 11.99 lakh for the range-topping variant. Meanwhile, the Rapid automatic is priced from Rs. 9.69 lakh, going all the way up to Rs. 13.29 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom India). 

The key highlight of the new Skoda Rapid is the 1.0-litre, three-cylinder, turbocharged petrol TSI engine that puts out 108 bhp at 5250 rpm and 175 Nm between 1750-4000 rpm. The power output on the new Rapid TSI is up by five per cent when compared to the older 1.6-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine. The torque output has increased by a good 14 per cent. The new Rapid manual is also 23 per cent more fuel-efficient over the older version with a claimed fuel economy of 18.79 kmpl. The automatic version comes close returning 16.24 kmpl. 

The 2020 Skoda Rapid remains identical to the previous model in terms of design and dimensions but has been styled to make it look a bit sportier. The Monte Carlo edition particularly gets new blackened elements like the 16-inch alloy wheels, gloss black finish, side skirts and black spoiler and a blacked-out grille. The feature list includes LED headlamps, LED daytime running lamps (DRLs), as well as front and rear fog lights. Other design elements remain the same including the butterfly grille, large mesh-pattern air intakes on the bumper, and horizontal fog lamps. The top-end trims look even more sporty with the bright colour options including the red, blue and black, while there are also white, brown and silver paint options available. 

The cabin also gets minor updates with a dual-tone brown and black finish, while the Onyx and Monte Carlo variants get a black and grey cabin. The feature list comprises a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system with SmartLink tech on the mid variants while the top trims get a larger 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink. Other features include auto climate control, 12-volt power socket at the front and rear, cruise control, and steering mounted phone and audio controls, automatic headlamps, auto-dimming IRVM, cruise control and lots more. There’s also a waste bin in the front door pockets like other Skoda models.

Upcoming Skoda Models are the New Octavia, Kushaq and New Kodiaq

Skoda Rapid Mileage

Mileage
19Km/l
47%better mileage than other Sedan
55.0 L Fuel Tank Capacity

Skoda Rapid mileage is 16.2 to 19 Km/l, as per ARAI. The Automatic Petrol engine has a mileage of 16.2 Km/l. The Manual Petrol engine has a mileage of 19 Km/l. The Automatic Diesel engine has a mileage of 21.7 Km/l. The Manual Diesel engine has a mileage of 21.1 Km/l.

Fuel TypeTransmissionMileageCity MileageHighway Mileage
Petrol Automatic 16.2 Km/l
Petrol Manual 19 Km/l 12 Km/l 0 Km/l
Diesel Automatic 21.7 Km/l
Diesel Manual 21.1 Km/l

User Reviews on Skoda Rapid

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Experience iam having with the rapid is awsome. Being a proud owner of this huge diesel guy i am completely satisfied with the way it pick me on highway as well as in city. Immense power from turbo engine with better handling. Breaks are wonderful, ABS,EBD,BA works nice and which makes ride through curves great. Unexpected millege it gives. In highway iam getting around 20-22 if i drive in the speed of around 100km/hr. Tried in 70km/hr and without AC i got 27km/litre, that was beyond my expectations. In city its around 16. When i drive rash above 120 still it gives descent figure of 18. If you want a car for ride quality as well as build quality go for rapid. If you are a guy who wanted feature list rather than better engine like push button,key less entry,resale value, blaaa blaaa get away from him.
Fantastic!! What a come back skodá
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Fantastic front look, Best automatic DSG gearbox, uncluttered interiors other basic simply clever features. Don't expect magic but rapid has the best feature in its segment. Plus 4 yrs service pack brought me back to skoda after 6 years of my Fabia.
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Love the car. Found it better than new Vento and Honda city. Lot of silent feature like cool glovebox, pintch glass sensors. Most importantly we liked the Sameer features andbuilt quality. Cheers to Skoda India.
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Skoda Rapid Expert Review

First Launched in 2011, the Skoda Rapid compact sedan didn't really make waves as far as sales go. But what it did do was make a sedan from the brand accessible, so you'd think of it as the Octavia's younger sibling, maybe. But we at carandbike have a very strong connection with the car because the compact sedan made its global debut on our show back in 2011 and it was quite a celebration we had on air. Nine years later, nothing much has changed except maybe the facelift it received in 2016. But besides that, the Rapid has not had any changes in terms of looks.

Design

We first got to see the updated model at the Auto Expo 2020 and back then we told you that there weren't many changes in terms of looks. However, we got to check out the Monte Carlo variant of the Rapid which sits right on top of the 5 variants that are offered on the car. The Monte Carlo variant draped in the Flash Red colour, looks distinctively different and definitely stands in terms of looks. Everything from the signature butterfly grille coloured in black, gloss black mirrors, quartz-cut projector headlights, and LED daytime running lights are a magnet for attention. The use of the black design elements can be seen on sides and rear sections as well. The Monte Carlo edition also gets a set of new dual-tone 16-inch alloy wheels with glossy black bolt covers. The company also offers 15-inch wheels on the Rider and the Ambition variant, while the rest get 16 inchers. Adding a bit of pizzaz to it all is the glossy black décor on the B pillars with Monte Carlo flag badge. The black roof foil and the black tailgate spoiler add to the overall look but yes, the black makes it look meaner. So, in a way, the design has aged well and it still looks handsome out on the road. Given the fact that there's a new, more powerful engine under the hood, this look just adds to the overall appeal. Having said that, the engine is the biggest update of them all.

Drive Experience

We say that because now the Rapid will only be available with a petrol engine. A more powerful one at that. It's the most powerful the Rapid has gotten in the petrol avatar and that too with a displacement of just 999cc. There's 109 bhp on offer and though that figure might be lower when compared to a couple of its rivals when behind the wheel, there's not a single occasion when you feel that it's underpowered. The 1-litre TSI offers 5 bhp more than the 1.6-litre engine it replaces. There's 20 Nm more torque as well than before. With 175 Nm of pulling power, you expect the Rapid, to give chase to the more powerful cars out there and it does that with ease. The engine is refined and gets even more so, once you gain speed. It's the same engine as the one we've seen on the new Polo and even the Vento, in fact and we are going to see more of this engine on cars from the Skoda and Volkswagen stable.

There's a certain punch to the engine and you enjoy every bit of it. However, it's the initial acceleration where there's a lag. Anything below 2400 rpm, and you just feel it won't take off. But once the needle crosses the 2500 rpm mark, it all just comes together. It's a different animal altogether when that turbo kicks in and an absolute hoot to drive. Mind you there is a bit of engine noise that seeps in at higher rpms, but the fact that it can easily redline and even make it to the 6700 rpm mark without any signs of running out of breath, blows your mind away. The six-speed manual transmission is standard and the gear shifts are smooth and a delight in traffic or even highway conditions. The gear ratios are well spaced out too and that's why there's a strong mid-range that the Rapid has, so the turbo stays engaged longer and that's why you really won't feel the need for more power in this one. In fact, it's economical too as it provides more than 18 kmpl. It's enough to knock your socks off, have a smile on your face and never trade that driver's seat with anyone.

The fact that you'd not want to get out from the driver's seat paints a picture about how well it does in the ride and handling department. The flat-bottomed steering wheel (which is not standard), makes it easier to grip and not to forget, give it that sporty appeal. But it's a point and shoot attitude that we love about the car. It's an absolute delight. It goes where you want to go and is quick to respond. It does feel heavier at low speeds, but weighs up pretty well as you cross the three digit mark. The clutch is nice and light and the gearbox itself is a delight because the throws are short. So when, you take it to the hills, well, it's an absolute hoot. This is probably where you understand and identify it as a car that's meant for enthusiasts and it's here that you understand its lineage. Taking on rough roads is no problem for the Rapid too, it takes everything in its stride. But given that the suspension is tuned on the harder side, there is a bit of kick back in the cabin and you do feel those big potholes on the road.

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While the ride and handling department may have gained significant brownie points for the Rapid, the cabin as also the feature offerings are nowhere close to what its rivals have to offer. There is absolutely no change in the cabin as compared to the 2011 model. The seats are well-bolstered but cars like the City, Verna and even the Ciaz have it better. The changes, of course, are minimal and the one you notice immediately after you get into the car is the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Now, this is a system that comes with Android connectivity and is made specifically for the Indian market. You will not find this system on any other Rapid globally. It is intuitive and extremely simple to use. To connect your phone with the system, however, you need to use a third-party app, which means that you'll have to download an app on your phone. The answer to the question of the system having Android Auto and Apple CarPlay or even MirrorLink connectivity is simple- No, it doesn't. And that, in my opinion, is a step back. Given that most of its rivals are already in the connected car zone, the Rapid just about manages to tiptoe in this segment but doesn't really go toe-to-toe with them.

However, it is commendable and noteworthy what the base variant of the Rapid (Rider) packs in. It gets a 2 Din system, with a CD player, there's climate control, front and rear electrically operated windows, electrically operated ORVMs and a lot more. On the safety front to dual front airbags and ABS are standard. The Rapid then is pretty well equipped compared to its rivals especially for the base variant. But then again, as you move to the top, you really wish there was more on offer. While you do get features like auto headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, tilt-telescopic steering, rear ac vents, auto-dimming inside mirror, rear-view camera, the Rapid misses out on quite a few of them. This includes a sunroof, LED headlamps, ventilated seats, wireless charging and generous amounts of USB ports. It's not as if there aren't any but there's just one and that one is in the glove box. You do get 12V charging points, up front and the rear, though. However, that does little to make up for the lack of legroom and knee room in the rear seat.

Pricing

The Rapid undercuts all its rivals as the base variant starts at Rs. 7.49 lakh (ex-showroom India) and if you always wanted to buy one, it's more accessible than ever before. In fact, it is the most affordable compact sedan out there. To give you an idea, the base variant of the Rapid is Rs. 1.82 lakh cheaper than the Hyundai Verna, Rs. 82,000 cheaper than the Ciaz, Rs. 2.42 lakh more affordable than the Honda City and Rs. 1.37 lakh more economical than the Toyota Yaris. So, the Rapid certainly has a lot going for it in terms of price.

Pros & Cons of Rapid

pros

Pros

  • Power-packed engine

  • Impressive handling

  • Ride feels compliant

cons

Cons

  • Rear legroom could have been improved

  • Cabin of the base trim looks dated

  • Sense of space could be improved

Final Verdict on Rapid

Skoda has made a strong statement with the new Rapid. It's done away with the diesel engine and that's a bold step. But the renewed focus on introducing more petrol models to the line-up and giving the 4 years Skoda maintenance, assist and warranty package, just gives you a perspective of how the company wants to make the new Rapid a value for money proposition. Yes, it has bargained on features and there's no automatic available yet, but that equation will change in the next couple of months. The Rapid with the 1-litre TSI offers more bang for your buck and is probably the most fun to drive compact sedan out there.

Skoda Rapid Specifications

Engine CC 999 cc
Mileage 16.2 - 19 Km/l
Max Power 108 bhp
Max Torque 175 Nm
Fuel Petrol
Transmission Manual/ Automatic
Length/Width/Height 1699 mm (width)/1466 mm (width)/2552 mm (wheelbase) mm
Kerb Weight 1112/1169Kg
Boot Space 460 mm

Skoda Rapid Features

  • LED Daytime Running Lamp

  • Electrically Foldable External Mirrors

  • Glove Box

  • Rear Windscreen Sunblind

  • Child Safety Lock

  • Keyless Entry

  • Airbags

  • ABS

  • Rear Parking Sensors

Skoda Rapid Colors

Lapiz Blue
Available for all variants.

Toffee Brown
Available for all variants.

Flash Red
Available for all variants.

Carbon Steel
Available for all variants.

Brilliant Silver
Available for all variants.

Candy White
Available for all variants.

Skoda Rapid FAQs

  • What is the On-Road & Ex Showroom Price of Skoda Rapid?

    Skoda Rapid ex-showroom price in New Delhi starts at Rs. 7.79 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 13.29 Lakh. The Skoda Rapid on road price in New Delhi is Rs. 15.41 Lakh.
  • What is the mileage of Skoda Rapid?

    As for the claimed fuel efficiency, the Skoda Rapid Petrol variant returns 18.97 Kmpl.
  • Is Skoda Rapid a good car?

    According to the experts, The Skoda Rapid was first launched in 2011 in India and after 9 years theres a lot that has changed. Available only in petrol now, does the small displacement engine, do justice to this compact sedan? We drive it to find out...
  • What is the Seating capacity of Skoda Rapid?

    Skoda Rapid has a seating capacity of 5 people.
  • What are the Top variants of Skoda Rapid?

    Skoda Rapid comes with total 6 variants. 1.0 TSI Style MT, 1.0 TSI Ambition MT, 1.0 TSI Monte Carlo MT are the most popular ones.
  • Which car is better between Rapid vs Civic?

    The price of Rapid starts at Rs. 7.79 Lakh (ex showroom) and the Civics price starts from Rs. 17.94 Lakh. Get detailed comparison between Rapid and Civic on the basis of specifications, mileage, price & others.
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Calculate EMI for Rapid

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Price 13,29,000 (Ex-showroom price in New Delhi)
60 Months
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  • Loan Amount
    7,01,000
  • Interest Payable
    78,000
  • Total loan payment
    7,79,000
EMI
Per/Month
14,552
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