Skoda Slavia has been constantly listening to users’ complaints about AC issues, and Zach Hollis assured that engineers are working on a solution.
Zach Hollis assures Skoda Slavia owners that engineers are working on a solution to an increasingly irritating AC problem. The Slavic Owners page on Facebook had several posts from users about the inefficiency of AC in a premium mid-size sedan. This is especially true for the 1.0-liter versions. This end user also says he was disappointed with his post.
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Zach Hollis promised to solve the problem of Skoda Slavia AC
A certain Mohit Sharma shared a post on Facebook showing the AC issue. Its owner cools Swift, Amaze and City cabs better than Slavia. The problem is more complicated when the AC is operated manually. Mohit explains that cooling is almost non-existent when the AC current is set to about 22-23 degrees in manual mode. It is also worse in Auto mode. When AC is running, it switches off for about 30-60 seconds and then turns on automatically. It was only 4 days after he had this problem that he was disappointed.
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In response to this note, Zach Hollis confirmed that the team is aware of these issues in Slavia and that the engineers are working with a clear solution. When the solution is ready, Skoda dealers will start contacting the owners to eliminate the problem. “Slavia” is a popular choice for anyone looking for a driver’s car with excellent driving dynamics, control and dynamic engine. We hope that this issue will be resolved soon and people will enjoy this aspect.
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Skoda Slavia is available in two versions – 1.0-liter TSI turbocharged and 1.5-liter TSI EVO turbocharged. The first produces 115 PS-178 Nm, and the second produces 150 PS-250 Nm. Although the two engines are combined with a 6-speed manual transmission as standard, there is a 6-speed automatic converter and a 7-speed DSG option for the 1.0-liter and 1.5-liter engine versions, respectively. The price of Slavia in the former exhibition hall ranged from 10.69 million rupees to 17.79 rupees. Competitors include Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Maruti Ciaz and the upcoming VW Virtus.