Skoda Octavia 1.9 Tdi Estate

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Skoda present the Octavia Classic 1.9 TDI PD Estate Estate with 5 Speed - (Man) / DSG - (Auto), Front (FWD) running on Diesel

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“Fantastic car!”

published 10/03/2005

Value for money, fuel economy

Rear legroom

I have had my Skoda Diesel for a year now, i brough it at 18 months old. I decided to buy an estate for numberous reasons, one of them being me and my wife are starting a family. Other reasons are because the extra space is a big advantage from time to time. I opted for the top of the range...

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Excellent

“Is it a skip?”

published 27/06/2004

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The Badge

Q What do you call a Skoda with the sunroof open? A. A skip. Well has Skoda got over the image thing. I brought my skoda just over a year ago and i paid £6000 from a dealer for a 1999 SLX. I had been looking for a skoda Octavia for some time. But I had decided that it had to be the SLX and not...

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“great family car”

published 12/04/2003

Reliability, low consumption, space, easy to drive

in my model only one air bag, Skoda lacks "status...

I purchased the car in March 2000. Since then have driven 110,000 KMs. Apart from regular services (each 15,000 KM) only needed repair when the mechanism of the electric windows broke ( three times - different windows each time ), otherwise no repairs were needed. As far as consumption is...

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Excellent

“Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Estate”

published 17/04/2008

Too many to mention - Price is probably the best

None

I decided to by my 19.tdi Skoda Octavi when after we had our first child. I don;t know what else to say other that thsi is the best car that I have ever owned. I get 60+mpg on the motorway, parts are cheap, the boot is enormous and it is so reliable. It doesn't look that bad either. i would...

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Excellent

fuel consumption, space, price

the reputation of older Skodas

Skoda, a division of Volkwagen AG, is categorized in the company as a cheap, reliable make.The Skoda Octavia Elegance is the best option in it's class.The engine is one of the most reliable on the market, a 1.9 litres TDI with 115 bhp and a medium fuel consumption of 5 litres/100 km.The interior...

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Excellent

“Great car”

published 25/03/2004

reliable, economical, value for money, loads of ro...

'image' problem

The octavia has been a fantastic car for us, we have been able to fit all the stuff which accompanies a baby in without a problem. We have found it to be excellent value for money, and really economical to run. We get about 55-60 mpg on a long run, slightly less around town (about 50), so we are...

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Excellent

“What a car”

published 14/04/2004

Value for money, Good looking, Fun to drive

None (not any more)

Had ours 12 months now. Wish I had bought one years ago. With 5 in our family, it's no problem, plenty of room, and no compaints with legroom from the back. Ride is very good, took ours on an airfield to test the traction control, great feeling, very smooth. Sound system is good (paid the extra...

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