In this section:
- Front space
- Rear space
- Seat folding and flexibility
- Boot space
Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
As the Skoda Kodiaq is a large SUV you’re unlikely to ever feel cramped in the front seats, even if you’re particularly tall.
There's more head room than in the Peugeot 5008 and the front seats slide back a long way to accommodate anyone with long legs, although the Kodiaq isn’t as broad as the Kia Sorento.
The Kodiaq’s third-row seats are a lot less roomy than those in the 5008 and the Sorento. Teenagers and adults will have to duck to keep their heads from brushing the roof. Leg room is reasonable, as long as those sitting in the middle row don’t slide their seats too far back.
Seat folding and flexibility
The Kodiaq's three middle-row seats fold down in a 40/20/40 split arrangement so you can increase luggage space but still take a passenger or two. They also recline in the same split in case anyone wants a snooze.
The third-row seats stow away into the boot floor when they’re not required and are reasonably simple to put up or down.