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New Skoda Octavia 1.6 SE - 25% off At Dealers - £10,995 @ Skoda £10,995.00

£10995.00 @ Skoda
BRILLIANT 25% OFF OFFER IS BACK ON!!! Don't think this has been reposted yet and previous deal posted by Zuulan has expired! The award winning Octavia 1.6 (102PS) SE is available with 25% Of… Read More
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BRILLIANT 25% OFF OFFER IS BACK ON!!!

Don't think this has been reposted yet and previous deal posted by Zuulan has expired!

The award winning Octavia 1.6 (102PS) SE is available with 25% Off.

It was £14,775RRP and is now £10,995RRP.

Also included in this offer is ABS, airbags, remote central locking, electric windows, air con, electric and heated door mirrors and 6 disc CD player. Low rate finance is also available*.

Please note:

*Offer only applicable to Škoda Octavia SE 1.6 MPI 102PS. †7.9% APR representative is available on all new retail 1.6 SE Octavia sales (subject to vehicle availability). Indemnities may be required. Subject to status. Available for over 18's. Excludes the Channel Islands. Škoda Finance. Freepost Škoda Finance. Offers may be varied or withdrawn at anytime and are subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Prices and specifications are accurate at time of print. Model shown varies from UK specification. Discount only applies to RRP of vehicle only. Discount does not apply to optional specification. Official fuel consumption in mpg (litres/100km) for the Octavia range: Urban 27.2 (10.4) - 60.1 (4.7), Extra Urban 44.1 (6.4) - 83.1 (3.4), Combined 36.2 (7.8) - 74.3 (3.8). CO2 emissions for the Octavia range 182 - 99g/km

Car Details Link: http://www.skoda.co.uk/GBR/newcars/octavia/Pages/default.aspx
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#1
Diesel please.
1 Like #2
Really good price but cant help but think that the price drop is going to be due to the cost of Petrol and that they are just not shifting any of these models. Nice car too. Have some heat, just a shame no offers on a diesel.
#3
Great value for money, have added heat.(_;)
3 Likes #4
Yeah nobody in their right mind wants a normal petrol engine any more in a new car especially in a car this size. The mpg figures for this aren't that great.

Edited By: mccririck on Apr 17, 2011 13:01
#5
No skoda abuse so far wtf
9 Likes #6
Astec123
Really good price but cant help but think that the price drop is going to be due to the cost of Petrol and that they are just not shifting any of these models. Nice car too. Have some heat, just a shame no offers on a diesel.


It's possible that's the reason, however a diesel only makes sense if you do the miles. I do 10K max a year and I have no need for a diesel, with its higher fuel cost, servicing costs (depending on model) and possible higher cost to repair if something goes wrong (dual mass fly wheels etc). I have a Golf MK5 1.6 FSI, it does up to 40mpg, it's an 04 reg, if I changed it for a newer car then I'd have to shell out a lot more money when the Golf car does the job for me, even if it was a lot more economical than mine. I get VW to service my car every year and it doesn't cost the earth. I then change the brakes myself as dealer prices are insane. The car in this deal is a good buy I think. I think there will be a lot more people trying biofuels, hybrids etc as fuel is definitely going to rocket in price. If you want a new car then this seems like a pretty good buy. It has a farty amount of power and the economy is just ok, if you don't do a large amount of miles per year then it makes more sense than a diesel I would think.

I've had my car 3 years. I keep thinking about changing it but when I work out the figures it doesn't make sense. My car has done 65K. It still works fine and it'll keep on going for a few years yet I'm sure. I just have to balance the amount I'll get for it in the future against a newer car, so I plan to change it next year. If I wanted to replace it with a MK6 Golf then I'm looking at shelling out another £8K and for that I'd get a 1.4 with 122BHP, which is about equivalent to mine. I'm sure I won't be paying £8K a year on fuel, servicing and repairs yet. So it can wait :)

Would it make sense for me to buy this car? Absolutely not. So whilst it's a good deal on paper, you have to consider you circumstances and work out whether it makes sense for you. This has to be a good deal for someone I'm not sure who exactly. But I'll give it heat for being what it is a no frills cheap family car. There's a lot of competition out there, this car doesn't do it for me.

One thing is for sure this car is better than my grammar which has deserted me this afternoon :)



Edited By: fishmaster on Apr 17, 2011 13:18: error divison by zero ^&^*
#7
why would anyone want a 1.6 litre engine in a family saloon?!

oO
#8
Is it this or the Seat Leon (or both) that's the last generation Audi A4 in disguise? Great cars...
4 Likes #9
tragictramp
No skoda abuse so far wtf


I'd wager the mid-range executive car owners haven't finished reading their Sundays yet.
3 Likes #10
excellent, bought 10
5 Likes #11
It's just 0's and 1's. It either works or it doesn't.

Oh, soz... that's the HDMI thread :|
#12
tragictramp
No skoda abuse so far wtf


Seeing as Skoda's are basically VW's they're just no fun to take the p*** out of anymore :(
1 Like #13
Kanedaaaaaa
tragictramp
No skoda abuse so far wtf


I'd wager the mid-range executive car owners haven't finished reading their Sundays yet.

*puts paper down*
It's a bleeding Skoda people!
1 Like #14
Like people have said if you do the miles and utilise the size of the vehicle get a diesel........this engine and price is great for people who occasionally need something this big but not that often.

For the right situation this is a right bargain and for some cheaper than the diesel version.
#15
Free delivery?
#16
I don't want a smelly diesel.
#17
These 1.6 engines are ancient
#18
ems123
These 1.6 engines are ancient



But well proven...


http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/carreviews/driver_power/265621/overall_winner.html
2 Likes #19
fishmaster
Astec123
Really good price but cant help but think that the price drop is going to be due to the cost of Petrol and that they are just not shifting any of these models. Nice car too. Have some heat, just a shame no offers on a diesel.


It's possible that's the reason, however a diesel only makes sense if you do the miles. I do 10K max a year and I have no need for a diesel, with its higher fuel cost,



Eh, not when you factor in mpg. A diesel would blow this 1.6 petrol away for fuel economy, even doing 10k miles a year.
#20
@fishmaster totally agree that it is down to the car being worth it for you, however the people that tend to buy these skodas tend to be Taxi drivers or reps from my experience if this were a diesel model with 25% off I'd see this deal going scorching!
banned 1 Like #21
People who drive skodas develop an inferiority complex and often feel the need to explain to everyone they meet that skodas are the same as other more respected brands.
2 Likes #22
As always, you look at the overall picture. Including purchase price, actual running costs, the mileage you will do and when you will sell it etc etc.

Work it all out and petrol is generally a cheaper option at lower miles. Ive not done the calcs on this model versus a similar diesel, but im pretty confident that under 10,000 miles per year the petrol will work out better.

Yes resale can be better on a diesel too, but just work it all out if interested.
#23
Astec123
@fishmaster totally agree that it is down to the car being worth it for you, however the people that tend to buy these skodas tend to be Taxi drivers or reps from my experience if this were a diesel model with 25% off I'd see this deal going scorching!


Well I would think taxi drivers and reps would want a diesel. Things are moving fast in the new car market, people do not want cars like this any more they want economical cars.
#24
mccririck
Things are moving fast in the new car market, people do not want cars like this any more they want economical cars.


Which is why this car is cheap. The smarter buyer will look at the bigger picture of buying and owning a car and realise that 'economical' is much more than just fuel.

Edited By: Axeboy on Apr 17, 2011 13:40
2 Likes #25
Axeboy
As always, you look at the overall picture. Including purchase price, actual running costs, the mileage you will do and when you will sell it etc etc.

Work it all out and petrol is generally a cheaper option at lower miles. Ive not done the calcs on this model versus a similar diesel, but im pretty confident that under 10,000 miles per year the petrol will work out better.

Yes resale can be better on a diesel too, but just work it all out if interested.


This is so true, all these fools that insist on paying £3000 more for a diesel model and then 20p/l more at the pumps and then only do 10-12K miles a year are just wasting money.
#26
Ok car for the price, considering that its on the money for a 'peppered' super-mini. Again not sure if I'd want this engine in this car, and yes there are plenty of other, more modern petrol and diesel engines going around with similar (if not better) economy and poke.
£11k, 5 seater 'German' car that will last in the running stakes and give good comfort, then it ticks a few boxes = heat!
1 Like #27
Axeboy
As always, you look at the overall picture. Including purchase price, actual running costs, the mileage you will do and when you will sell it etc etc.

Work it all out and petrol is generally a cheaper option at lower miles. Ive not done the calcs on this model versus a similar diesel, but im pretty confident that under 10,000 miles per year the petrol will work out better.

Yes resale can be better on a diesel too, but just work it all out if interested.


30mpg in the petrol, 10k miles a year:

at 130p per litre, 1517 litres per year or £1972 a year

50mpg in a diesel, 10k miles per year

at 138p per litre, 910 litres per year or £1256 a year

Saving £716 per year on fuel.
1 Like #28
Adidas Addict

This is so true, all these fools that insist on paying £3000 more for a diesel model and then 20p/l more at the pumps and then only do 10-12K miles a year are just wasting money.


Eh, diesel is NOT 20p/l more than petrol buddy. Try 6 to 8p/l more.
#29
Adidas Addict


This is so true, all these fools that insist on paying £3000 more for a diesel model and then 20p/l more at the pumps and then only do 10-12K miles a year are just wasting money.


Any checking ive done, the actual mileage for diesel to be a benefit is around 15k. Im a big diesel fan to be honest, and I prefer the power delivery, but you have to know the facts.

Im fine with people being like that though, it means cars on higher tax bands or big petrols are dirt cheap to buy. I find it crazy that people want a new car due to the tax being free (or cheap).
1 Like #30
mccririck


30mpg in the petrol, 10k miles a year:

at 130p per litre, 1517 litres per year or £1972 a year

50mpg in a diesel, 10k miles per year

at 138p per litre, 910 litres per year or £1256 a year

Saving £716 per year on fuel.



Nice one, fuel costs alone. How much more expensive is the diesel?

Also, where does the 30mpg come from? I get 30mpg from my 335i, seems a bit low?
1 Like #31
Axeboy
mccririck


30mpg in the petrol, 10k miles a year:

at 130p per litre, 1517 litres per year or £1972 a year

50mpg in a diesel, 10k miles per year

at 138p per litre, 910 litres per year or £1256 a year

Saving £716 per year on fuel.



Nice one, fuel costs alone. How much more expensive is the diesel?

Also, where does the 30mpg come from? I get 30mpg from my 335i, seems a bit low?


Typical figure for a car the size of the Octavia with a 1.6 petrol engine. If you're getting 30mpg in your 335i I'd like to know what sort of driving you're doing!

As for how much more the diesel costs,. well remember that resale value is important too, and the diesel will hold value much better. That is why I didnt mention the costs to buy. At any rate I wouldnt buy a new car just now anyway, waste of money.

Edited By: mccririck on Apr 17, 2011 13:50
#32
Its nearer 40mpg for the 1.6 petrol

Im no diesel hater, i really prefer them, but in the grand scheme of costs, petrols are generally cheaper if yearly mileage is average.

I drive normally in the 335i, it gets 40mpg on a run, but it gets its good share of abuse. Petrols are not as bad as people think.

Without me doing the full calcs on resale, cost to buy, tax, insurance, running costs, servicing etc, id take a stab at the petrol being cheaper up to 12,000 miles a year before the diesel works out better.
#33
Axeboy
Its nearer 40mpg for the 1.6 petrol

Im no diesel hater, i really prefer them, but in the grand scheme of costs, petrols are generally cheaper if yearly mileage is average.

I drive normally in the 335i, it gets 40mpg on a run, but it gets its good share of abuse. Petrols are not as bad as people think.

Without me doing the full calcs on resale, cost to buy, tax, insurance, running costs, servicing etc, id take a stab at the petrol being cheaper up to 12,000 miles a year before the diesel works out better.


Perhaps, but when you're buying used diesels become no brainers.
#34
This is still a Skoda, it's not an Audi or a VW, any more than it's a Lamborghini!!!

Yes they are all the same "Group" but Skoda's are still cheap and tacky that's why they are this price.

You get what you pay for, especially when you come to sell it.

Also do you really want everyone laughing at you.
#35
Sid Harper
Is it this or the Seat Leon (or both) that's the last generation Audi A4 in disguise? Great cars...


Thats the Seat Exeo that you're thinking of. ;)
#36
p-e-t-e
This is still a Skoda, it's not an Audi or a VW, any more than it's a Lamborghini!!!

Yes they are all the same "Group" but Skoda's are still cheap and tacky that's why they are this price.

You get what you pay for, especially when you come to sell it.

Also do you really want everyone laughing at you.


Have a look at how many parts are cross compatible between skoda and VW. People on here are talking about a car, you are talking about a badge. Only ignorance and idoicy would cause someone to laugh at a skoda now-a-days.
#37
Question is, why was the original post expired? The deal has always been on and wasn't unavailable at any point in time.
#38
jaybear88
p-e-t-e
This is still a Skoda, it's not an Audi or a VW, any more than it's a Lamborghini!!!

Yes they are all the same "Group" but Skoda's are still cheap and tacky that's why they are this price.

You get what you pay for, especially when you come to sell it.

Also do you really want everyone laughing at you.


Have a look at how many parts are cross compatible between skoda and VW. People on here are talking about a car, you are talking about a badge. Only ignorance and idoicy would cause someone to laugh at a skoda now-a-days.



I will tell you what parts ARE NOT "cross compatible" ..... the tacky seats and the tacky plastic bits and the tacky way it is put together, the poor build quality, don't believe everything you read, I have 2 colleagues who have both bought Skoda's in the last 12 months (Fabia and Octavia) and the cars are both "cheap and nasty" in most respects.
#39
Has anyone done a drivethedeal.co.uk comparison as you may be able to get these discounts elsewhere?
#40
mccririck
30mpg in the petrol, 10k miles a year:

at 130p per litre, 1517 litres per year or £1972 a year

50mpg in a diesel, 10k miles per year

at 138p per litre, 910 litres per year or £1256 a year

Saving £716 per year on fuel.


Those figures fit in almost exactly with me but its £3000 extra to purchase the equivalent diesel model of my car. I'll keep it for three years. 3x £716 savings is £2148, so i would be £852 worse off after the 3 years.

The insurance quote was also higher on the diesel, although te road tax was slightly less. Quite happy with my petrol model doing 33mpg and superior performance to the diesel model ta very much.

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