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Yeti Outdoor
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1.2 TSI 110
The 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine is a lively performer, with enough low-down punch for everyday use and reasonable real-world fuel economy. Just be aware that it can't be ordered with four-wheel drive – but for the majority of Yeti buyers that won't be an issue. This engine gets a six-speed manual gearbox as standard but is also available with a smooth-shifting seven-speed dual-clutch DSG transmission that operates like an automatic.
1.4 TSI 150
This turbocharged petrol engine has plenty of power, with 148bhp. However, it’s available only with the expensive Outdoor Laurin & Klement trim level, and with four-wheel drive, so it’s very much for buyers who don’t care too much about how much their car costs to buy or run. It’s hard to recommend, especially when the 1.2 petrol does such a decent job for much less cash.
2.0 TDI 110
This 108bhp engine is our preferred diesel motor. It's gutsy enough to be untroubled by the Yeti's size - either with front- or four-wheel drive - and it offers lower CO2 emissions than the 148bhp version. It's worth remembering, though, that this engine is available with only a five-speed manual gearbox if you’re picking a front-wheel-drive Yeti; you'll need to go for the more powerful diesel if you want an automatic.
2.0 TDI 150
This version of the 2.0-litre diesel engine has 148bhp and is available only with four-wheel drive and the 'Outdoor' edition that brings more rugged body styling. It's perfectly capable, but not much quicker than the TDI 110 in the real world – and you'll pay more for it on list price, fuel bills and company car tax.

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