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Is used Skoda Octavia reliable?

Is used Skoda Octavia reliable?

Is a used Skoda Octavia hatchback reliable? Reliability Survey, petrol versions of the Octavia finished in third place, while diesel models proved to be a bit more troublesome down in 15th. Skoda came fifth out of 31 car makers in the survey, meanwhile, which is a great result.

How reliable is the Skoda Octavia?

Skoda Octavia reliability A small 8.2% of respondents reported a fault in the first year, which is fewer than the 18.4% of Civic owners in the same period. Skoda also performed well as a brand, coming fifth out of 30 manufacturers, ahead of the likes of Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Volkswagen, and even Audi and BMW.

Are Skoda expensive to maintain?

Renaults, Skodas, Fiats and Fords rank among the cheapest cars to repair, according to a new survey.

Are skodas expensive to repair?

Is Skoda cheap to maintain?

Servicing is cheaper than many rivals and Skoda has a fixed price scheme for cars over three years old where an oil change is £184, along with periodic intervals for the air filter (£45), pollen filter (£35) and – where equipped – diesel fuel filter (£59).

Are Skoda engines good?

Skoda has also got a great line up of engines. The company offers best in the segment 1.0-litre TSI petrol engine which can churn out 108hp of power and 175Nm of torque. Skoda is still known for its 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine which is known it one of the most powerful at the time it was launched.

When did the Skoda Mk2 Octavia come out?

The Skoda brand has been rehabilitated. These days it’s rare to find people cracking jokes about Skodas, as most know that they are seriously well built cars and the original 2004 to 2009 MK2 Octavia model was one that tested the limits of the marque’s newfound desirability.

Is the Skoda Octavia vRS a good car?

The Skoda Octavia vRS is the poster child of the informed car buyer. It tends to be targeted by people who also are rather comfortable in their own skin and aren’t concerned what their neighbour thinks about the badge. That says a lot of good things about vRS buyers.

How big is the back of a Skoda Octavia?

The old Octavia was renowned for possessing one of the biggest payloads in class and the current car comprehensively trumps it, available capacity going up by 36 litres to 560 litres with the rear seats in place.

Is the Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Euro III?

And a downer of the 1.9 TDI is that so far it remains Euro III, so is subject to an 18% rather than 15% BIK tax base for company car drivers. So, on to its more powerful big brother, the TDI PD 140 16v 6-speed. I had the same problem with this as I did with the SEAT Altea.