Skoda has announced UK specs and prices for its new Kamiq small SUV.

Three equipment grades are available to order now – S, SE and SEL – with a further Monte Carlo grade set to be made available later this year.

Standard equipment with S grade includes 16in alloy wheels, LED headlights and tail lights, air conditioning, a 6.5in touchscreen with DAB, and Skoda e-call.

Stepping up to SE grade adds 17in alloys, body-coloured bumpers, an 8in touchscreen with wireless Apple Carplay connectivity, rear parking sensors, cruise control and light and rain sensors.

Further equipment with SE L grade includes 18in alloys, a 9.2in touchscreen with sat-nav, keyless ending start-stop, blind spot detection and rear LED lights with dynamic indicators.

Extra features with Monte Carlo grade will include gloss black detailing and badging, a panoramic roof and red LED ambient lighting.

Engine options are 1.0-litre petrols with 95hp and 115hp, a 1.5-litre petrol with 150hp, and a 1.6-litre diesel with 115hp.

A five-speed manual gearbox is standard with the 95hp engine, while the others come with a six-speed manual. All but the 95hp engine are also available with a seven-speed DSG gearbox as an option.

CO2 emissions figures are 116g/km for the 95hp and 115hp petrol manuals, 113g/km for the 115hp petrol auto, and 112g/km for the diesel engine with both gearboxes. Figures are yet to be published for the 150hp petrol.

Prices for the currently available range start at £17,700 for a 95hp S, and rise as high as £25,130 for a diesel SE L with the DSG gearbox.

The first Kamiqs are set to arrive in the UK in November.