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No Vat On Selected Models @ Skoda

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Save 20% on new Skoda

*VAT reduction equivalent to 20.0% VAT applied to the original base price including factory fitted optional extras on all Fabia, Roomster, petrol Octavia and petrol Superb new car retail orders taken before 31 March 2011. Reduction applied to the RRP including factory fitted optional extras. VAT is still applicable and will be shown on the customer invoice. Offer may be varied or withdrawn at anytime and is subject to availability.
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3 Likes #1
Why do marketeers persist in the lie that this is a"VAT reduction",it isn't it's a price reduction and anyhow is off an unrealistic RRP.

Not a deal..smoke and mirrors
#2
Note that it's only against certain models, not the excellent Yeti or the Superb TDI estate.
#3
guv
Inb4 the "but its a Skoda" brigade.

Also see:
[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/skoda-fabia-vrs-now-vat-free-saving/843503 ]

BFN,

fp.
#4
I love my Mk1 Fabia VRS - wish I had the cash for a new one! Good reduction :)

Marc
4 Likes #5
Skoda is a poor mans VW/Audi

Cold
24 Likes #6
Skoda is a clever mans VW/Audi ....

Same engine, chassis etc - just not the badge.

No...i dont drive one .... but the Yeti is getting rave reviews as a long term test car with the guys at Evo magazine.
3 Likes #7
guv
Inb4 the "but its a Skoda" brigade.


lol, they don't realise Skoda is same company as VW/Audi, if you've driven all 3 (and i know for a fact none of them have) you will see the similarities The 08 Octavia i used to own had striking similarities with my mates Passat and another mates A4. Anyone who has a clue about cars knows Skodas are good motors ;-) The haters are just brainwashed brand wh0res, thats fine with me... keeps prices down for the intelligent drivers.

Idiots like this for example::)
A13
Skoda is a poor mans VW/Audi

Cold




Edited By: spaceinvader on Feb 23, 2011 12:20
1 Like #8
A13
Skoda is a poor mans VW/Audi

Cold


+1
4 Likes #9
Skoda is a frugal man's VW/Audi

Hot
3 Likes #10
A13
Skoda is a poor mans VW/Audi


and VW/Audi is a poor mans Porsche.....so what?
6 Likes #11
Buy a Kia - who are rapidly taking over Skoda's old market territory of good quality cars for the impecunious.
18 Likes #12
VW/Audi = Chav car, look at me, look how close i can tailgate you, ive got a small willy.
Skoda = Needs to prove nothing.
:p
4 Likes #13
some of the Kia designs are stunning... and a 7yr warranty to go with it - if your not a badge snob it makes a lot of sense.
#14
Unclegeorge
A13
Skoda is a poor mans VW/Audi

Cold


+1


Whether you like the product or not should not effect whether it is a hot or cold deal! Hot from me! Any hows, my avatar is a Skoda! lol
1 Like #15
Also, it's not a reduction of 20%, for example:

Cost before VAT: £10,000
Cost after VAT (@20%): £12,000
Saving with VAT taken off: £2,000 = 2000/12000 = 16.67%
1 Like #16
ive had the same fabia now for nearly 7 years and in ALL that time its only cost me £13 for a heater capacitor which i fitted myself in minutes, show me another car nearing 7 years old that has cost less in parts!!!!
only thing il add is as they bring out the newer models they close the gap a little on other VW branded cars, having said all that i wish i had the money to buy another
more Skoda haters = more choice for Skoda lovers
1 Like #17
sprouty76
Also, it's not a reduction of 20%, for example:

Cost before VAT: £10,000
Cost after VAT (@20%): £12,000
Saving with VAT taken off: £2,000 = 2000/12000 = 16.67%
This is correct. Sales / discounts such as this need to either state that they are 20% off, or VAT free. They are not the same thing.

Edited By: Quietus on Feb 23, 2011 12:33
#18
spaceinvader
guv
Inb4 the "but its a Skoda" brigade.
lol, they don't realise Skoda is same company as VW/Audi, if you've driven all 3 (and i know for a fact none of them have) you will see the similarities The 08 Octavia i used to own had striking similarities with my mates Passat and another mates A4. Anyone who has a clue about cars knows Skodas are good motors ;-) The haters are just brainwashed brand wh0res, thats fine with me... keeps prices down for the intelligent drivers.Idiots like this for example::)
A13
Skoda is a poor mans VW/AudiCold

I bought a Passat Bluemotion new for less than the price of the Superb Greenline, and the passat had the new CR engine, not the old Pump Dusse of the Skoda.

Why would i drive a budget brand when i can have the 'real thing' for less?

Edited By: pgilc1 on Feb 23, 2011 12:41
3 Likes #19
spaceinvader
VW/Audi = Chav car, look at me, look how close i can tailgate you, ive got a small willy.Skoda = Needs to prove nothing.:p

You really think that people driving about in a 90BHP Golf TDI S are like that?

What a sad individual you are.

All that driving a Skoda proves is that you're driving a budget brand with a questionable image.

Its the motoring equivalent of buying your clothes from Tescos.

With the exception of the Octavia VRS and the MK1 Fabia VRS.

Edited By: pgilc1 on Feb 23, 2011 12:43
#20
whitbyfish
Why do marketeers persist in the lie that this is a"VAT reduction",it isn't it's a price reduction and anyhow is off an unrealistic RRP.

Not a deal..smoke and mirrors

The official view of the advertising standards authority is that ALL people who hear/see the adverts will be fully aware that it doesn't really mean No VAT at all. (Yeah right). They clearly have a completely unrealistic view on how people think, and how they react to adverts.
#21
pgilc1

All that driving a Skoda proves is that you're driving a budget brand with a questionable image.


pre VW intervention id agree but since then, no im sorry but you really need to get out more (_;)

pgilc1
Its the motoring equivalent of buying your clothes from Tescos.


now thats just being a downright brand snob, really and truthfully you DO need to get out more



Edited By: irradiated on Feb 23, 2011 12:49
2 Likes #22
pgilc1
spaceinvader
VW/Audi = Chav car, look at me, look how close i can tailgate you, ive got a small willy.Skoda = Needs to prove nothing.:p
You really think that people driving about in a 90BHP Golf TDI S are like that?What a sad individual you are.All that driving a Skoda proves is that you're driving a budget brand with a questionable image. Its the motoring equivalent of buying your clothes from Tescos.With the exception of the Octavia VRS and the MK1 Fabia VRS.

Yes.they are really crap cars that nobody likes..terrible reliability and attrocious customer service..

Oh actually,,perhaps not..

http://www.which.co.uk/about-which/press/press-releases/product-press-releases/which-magazine/2010/05/skoda-drives-off-with-which-award/

Skoda has trounced more expensive carmakers to scoop the Best Car Manufacturer Award from Which? 2010
1 Like #23
Why do these Skoda offers always have the same outcome on here? People banging on about the image of Skoda vs VW/Audi/Seat - No one has mentioned Seat yet....

Please talk about the deal.. Thank you to those who have written constructively about the deal.
#24
pgilc1

You really think that people driving about in a 90BHP Golf TDI S are like that?


For the most part, that is probably true.
Be an individual and don't succumb to paying lots for a Golf, which is going to be the same as the person next to you at the lights :P
(the one with a small willy)

Sorry, couldn't help myself. I drive a SEAT for the same reason, still good quality but a LOT cheaper!
I would say the deal is good, so long as the discount is off a sensible price and they don't hike it up to discount. What's not to like about 20% off a good car?

Edited By: Pikman on Feb 23, 2011 13:02
banned#25
OK for wives and wimps...skoda has no panache, I wouldn't be seen dead in one, unless of cause the paramedic driving it failed at his job.
1 Like #26
I change my Skoda every three years, and I'm now on my third. Things to watch: it's probably worth paying for the three-year fixed price service deal. If you are told that the year-three MoT is included in the deal, get it in writing.

If you choose the total-loss insurance, which allegedly gives you the full cost of a new car if you have a write-off, then refuse their first premium. They will cut it if you insist.

Ask about low-emission models with zero car tax in the first year: very good value as they come with around £30 car tax a year in future.

If you choose the 20% off deal, it does not mean a low trade-in. I got the 20% AND a better trade in than other dealers offered.
#27
pgilc1
spaceinvader
VW/Audi = Chav car, look at me, look how close i can tailgate you, ive got a small willy.Skoda = Needs to prove nothing.:p
You really think that people driving about in a 90BHP Golf TDI S are like that?What a sad individual you are.All that driving a Skoda proves is that you're driving a budget brand with a questionable image. Its the motoring equivalent of buying your clothes from Tescos.With the exception of the Octavia VRS and the MK1 Fabia VRS.
lol you really care too much about the badge on your cars mate.

These price ranges we are talking about sub 25k Its either a good car or not. Yes their are premium brands and budget brands but personally I dont care that much on the badge but more on ride quality and build of the car itself.

I used to own a Smart Roadster which I bought second hand for 7k at the time. To buy a car that had as good handling you had to buy a 25k Elise.

In this price bracket and the majority of car brands a badge tells you sod all these days about a car.

Its only once you start buying jags, porches, ferraris and Aston Martins will I except that argument.
2 Likes #28
Just ignore pglic1. He has issues. Just look at the last fabia thread. Because he owns a dodgy second hand car business he runs from his house he knows everything about cars.

He has to comment on here to try and get some sort of ego boost. You dont like skodas, we get it so stop trolling on here and thread spoiling.

It is about the deal not the product.
#29
Big willy Golf owner signing in lol

Fabia, gr8 motor, sounds like a golf......
#30
guv
Inb4 the "but its a Skoda" brigade.


But it's a VAG

A4 owner here, would take a Octavia VRS or even the Fabia VRs (new flappy paddle 1.4 supercharged one) over my sport though

Edited By: finlay666 on Feb 23, 2011 13:31
#31
pgilc1
spaceinvader
VW/Audi = Chav car, look at me, look how close i can tailgate you, ive got a small willy.Skoda = Needs to prove nothing.:p
You really think that people driving about in a 90BHP Golf TDI S are like that?What a sad individual you are.All that driving a Skoda proves is that you're driving a budget brand with a questionable image. Its the motoring equivalent of buying your clothes from Tescos.With the exception of the Octavia VRS and the MK1 Fabia VRS.

Hahaha I always read all the comments when there is a Skoda deal posted, such a laugh it cheers me up in work.

I like to picture what the VW/Audi owners are like that make comments like this (in reality the majority of people making these comments cannot afford VW, Audi or Skoda). I imagine them to be the same people that constantly update facebook and twitter as their image and status is everything & they are blinkered to anything outside of how they appear to others around them.

Just stop for 5 minutes and think, then read through what you have typed.
#32
I gave my best mate grief for his persisent "its basically a volkswagon under the bonnet", however it literally is a VW under the bonnet and a very nice car.

I drive a Kia Picanto at the minute, but with a baby on the way need something bigger so will take a look, thanks
#33
A13
Skoda is a poor mans VW/Audi

Cold


Really?

I have 2 Skoda's (2007 Octavia vRS and a 2008 Octavia L&K Estate).

I'd say it was a sensible mans Audi/VW ;-)
#34
RCUK
some of the Kia designs are stunning... and a 7yr warranty to go with it - if your not a badge snob it makes a lot of sense.
i have a large Kia dealer 2 miles from my home they might give a 7 year warrenty but the resale values are poor the used ones have lost thousands !! Lose value more than skoda and vw
#35
Couple more things

Can you combine this with the 5.9% finance deal?

Also the VAT reduction, you pay VAT on top of the price, so if you don't pay VAT you don't get 20% knocked off 12,000, you don't pay the 20% on 10,000 if you understand
#36
I'm lost here... Skodas have been making great cars to the same quality as VW, Audi and Seat for so long now, their brand is nearly as strong surely... I drive a Cooper S and I'm highly tempted by the Fabia VRS...

The most accurate comment on this board is the Audi VW man driving up my back side on the motorway... Passats, 90 bhp Golfs and A3/4s... Every corporate man wants the Audi or the VW and then spends their time on the motorway chasing people's tails and flashing them out the way. I've never seen and Octavia or Fabia being driven the same.... and if I spotted an Octavia behind me I'll be straight out the way in beleif it's probably the police...

Great deal...
#37
6 million minicab drivers can't be wrong :p
#38
LOUGHBORO GUY
RCUK
some of the Kia designs are stunning... and a 7yr warranty to go with it - if your not a badge snob it makes a lot of sense.
i have a large Kia dealer 2 miles from my home they might give a 7 year warrenty but the resale values are poor the used ones have lost thousands !! Lose value more than skoda and vw


Sensible man. This is true onkyo-logic thinking. How much a car costs is not the price tag but the depreciation over the time you keep it. Making some "more expensive cars" effectively cheaper. Mini was a good example in its heyday
#39
Skoda gives Taxi drivers amazing deals on buying new.
I'm suprised why all taxis arn't skoda octavia's by now.
#40
sprouty76
Also, it's not a reduction of 20%, for example:

Cost before VAT: £10,000
Cost after VAT (@20%): £12,000
Saving with VAT taken off: £2,000 = 2000/12000 = 16.67%

simpler way of calculation
0.2/1.2 = 16.7%

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