Skoda Fabia 1.4TSI DSG VRS 5Dr Hatchback - £12,992.52 @ Drive the Deal - HotUKDeals
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Following on from the success of last weeks deal for this car, i have found it slightly cheaper now that Drive The Deal have updated their prices.

All the finance deals etc that Skoda offer are still valid as this is a broker that puts you through to a UK dealer.


Great deal for a great car ;)

Don't vote cold just because you are a badge snob. Show me where you can get this cheaper....
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4 Likes #1
All the cold voters please explain where you can get this cheeper. I thought this was hot uk deals not "what I like deals"
#2
about time someone agreed with me!!

alistairstubbs
All the cold voters please explain where you can get this cheeper. I thought this was hot uk deals not "what I like deals"
#3
ewwwww!
[helper]#4
Seems like a fantastic price for the spec.
12 Likes #5
alistairstubbs
All the cold voters please explain where you can get this cheeper. I thought this was hot uk deals not "what I like deals"


You've been a member nearly four years! You should know by now it's usually either 'what I like' or 'I heard it was cheaper once about 4 years ago as a mis-price which didn't get honoured but I didn't see it myself but it must be true cos my mate Terry said'.
#6
I'm not saying it's a bad deal, but I don't think it is a very pretty car. At all.

Neither hot or cold from me :)
#7
Sorry, but the name does it for me! They may have improved the vehicles, but the name is a stigma! Skoda, I ask you! No thanks!
2 Likes #8
Gball
Sorry, but the name does it for me! They may have improved the vehicles, but the name is a stigma! Skoda, I ask you! No thanks!

You are ment to be voting if it is a good deal or not. Not wether you like the item or not.
#9
Gball
Sorry, but the name does it for me! They may have improved the vehicles, but the name is a stigma! Skoda, I ask you! No thanks!

but I think skoda have a pretty good reputation now, I remember the old skodas and their reputation back in the day but by and large I thought that had been pretty much settled....I tend to think of skoda as a bargain VW
#10
Voted hot and I've booked a test-drive ;)

I've been looking to trade in my vw golf tdi 150 for a while, but used vw / Audi prices are a joke.

I just hope it drives well.
#11
alistairstubbs
Gball
Sorry, but the name does it for me! They may have improved the vehicles, but the name is a stigma! Skoda, I ask you! No thanks!
You are ment to be voting if it is a good deal or not. Not wether you like the item or not.

You would think so, but apparently not.

"Can we please have the rules/guidelines on Voting made more clear??" (Feedback thread)

Specifically, comment # 56.

PS. I preferred the previous Fabia VRS shape (& engine).

(I have not voted either way)

BFN,

fp.
1 Like #12
alistairstubbs
All the cold voters please explain where you can get this cheeper. I thought this was hot uk deals not "what I like deals"

I think the name Skoda historically puts alot of people off. I think its a good price so hot from me, although i wouldnt pick that colour.

As for the cold voters HUKD has become full of trolls who cold vote everything, these idiots rarely leave comments, and when they do its usually something really constructive like "cheap rubbish" Ironic that they have audacity to browse through discount webite forums.
2 Likes #13
A Polo Gti for a £5k Saving can't be bad. (All you lose is some cred and slightly cheaper interior feel). Heat from me.
#14
I've no idea what 2010 build quality is like on skoda's but I was given a skoda courtesy car 2 years ago by an accident repair company when mine was in for a repair. I cant remember the model name but it was a cheap basic model. It was absolutely shocking, interior bits falling off and warning lights coming on for no reason. Maybe that is an unfair on Skoda generally, and maybe more of a reflection on the accident repair company who didn't seem to care what their customers drove or maintain their cars.

That is my only experience with Skodas, but they do seem to get better revews recently. 5th gear reviewed a model recently and rated it very highly.

I hope skoda eventually loses its poor quality reputation, I remember the crap datsuns of the 70's, and now nissan have a pretty good reputation. They should drop the name and rebrand them.

Edited By: Deano467 on Jan 10, 2011 16:06
#16
Mine is fine.. heated..
#17
Let's not start all this again. Skoda = good make, VRS = good model, This car = overpriced, This car = not as good looking as the previous model.
#18
Little vid of Polo GTi vs Ibiza Cupra vs Fabia VRS

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkqPqScj3EM
#19
Also just to point out, all petrol engined Skoda's including the VRS are 20% OFF (VAT free) at the moment from all Skoda dealers.
#20
great value.
#21
Adidas Addict
Also just to point out, all petrol engined Skoda's including the VRS are 20% OFF (VAT free) at the moment from all Skoda dealers.

Diesel ones too are included in the offer just not Diesel Octavia's or Superbs.
#22
I have an original Fabia VRS which I purchased new in 2004 - I can well and truly say after almost 90,000 miles its still a joy to turn the key every morning - easily the best car I have owned (and Ive had a good few !). Build, finish, comfort, performance and reliability have been brilliant..plus I get 50plus mpg.

I have had a few very small niggles but nothing like the french cars I have owned in the past which may deliver on performance but make an ownership experience woefully bad due to poor build, reliability and finish (Clio 172 = new gearbox and clutch after 700 miles). If you mock Skoda these days it proves how little you know about cars - fact.

Not sure about the new model though.......
#23
Someone who knows nothing about cars said :

Deano467
I've no idea what 2010 build quality is like on skoda's but I was given a skoda courtesy car 2 years ago by an accident repair company when mine was in for a repair. I cant remember the model name but it was a cheap basic model. It was absolutely shocking, interior bits falling off and warning lights coming on for no reason. Maybe that is an unfair on Skoda generally, and maybe more of a reflection on the accident repair company who didn't seem to care what their customers drove or maintain their cars.That is my only experience with Skodas, but they do seem to get better revews recently. 5th gear reviewed a model recently and rated it very highly. I hope skoda eventually loses its poor quality reputation, I remember the crap datsuns of the 70's, and now nissan have a pretty good reputation. They should drop the name and rebrand them.
#24
Great value. But given how hot it is under the bonnet it looks extremely boring. Isn't half the point of a hot hatch the looks?
1 Like #25
wolf in sheeps clothing is far more fun than some chaved up hot hatch

carleast
Great value. But given how hot it is under the bonnet it looks extremely boring. Isn't half the point of a hot hatch the looks?
#26
Already posted???
#28
Booooring. Why don't the Skoda knockers move on to the next thread and leave the sensible people to discuss Skoda amongst themselves.
Skoda jokes are sooooo 1990.
#29
Great deal, although the car is not a "looker". AND, Skoda are not what they used to be...... not buy a long stretch. I purchased a brand new "54" plate Octavia VRS for the same money as this out of the showroom, cracking car, the best I have had, great specs and you would pay £5k more if it had a VW badge and a bit more for a Audi badge (all the same car group VAG)
#30
Someone deleted my post?
#31
Looks really boring. Cheap though but you'd be better off leasing something cool.
H+
#32
Ah no they didn't! Cant edit post though im on an app, doh!
#33
Great deal with the VAT knocked off.
#34
Voted hot because it's a good deal. But I would, and have, spent similar money elsewhere! :-)

Just my 2p.
#35
Markedkiller78
Voted hot and I've booked a test-drive ;)

I've been looking to trade in my vw golf tdi 150 for a while, but used vw / Audi prices are a joke.

I just hope it drives well.



You will be very impressed with the VRS specification, trim levels
banned#36
Adidas Addict
A Polo Gti for a £5k Saving can't be bad. (All you lose is some cred and slightly cheaper interior feel). Heat from me.
hey i have a new golf "tdi mind" and i would swap it in a minute for a polo gti,nothing but trouble and the mpg is nowhere near as claimed.
#37
Jawloms
alistairstubbs
All the cold voters please explain where you can get this cheeper. I thought this was hot uk deals not "what I like deals"

You've been a member nearly four years! You should know by now it's usually either 'what I like' or 'I heard it was cheaper once about 4 years ago as a mis-price which didn't get honoured but I didn't see it myself but it must be true cos my mate Terry said'.
EXPLAINS EVERYTHING X)

Edited By: DownHill911 on Jan 10, 2011 20:00
#38
£12,834.60 @ Carfile.net and used them for my last car, service was great.
#39
only thing with skodas is that there value go down quick
1 Like #40
Not hot from me, better to just go to your local main dealer and get the price down without having to go through a broker and a specific dealership. Always a good margain to haggle on new cars.

Steve

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