The Yeti has large windows all round and relatively thin pillars, so it's easy to see out. Just remember, though, that the Yeti isn't as tall as some other SUVs. You sit higher than you would in a conventional hatchback, but the Skoda doesn't offer the really elevated, 'commanding' view out that you can find in some of its rivals.
You get rear parking sensors as standard on SE trims and above, while you can add front sensors for a modest extra outlay. A rear-view parking camera and Park Assist - which allows the car to park itself in parallel spaces or car park bays – are available as a more expensive option on SE editions and above.