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Brand New Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSi SE Drive 7 seat SUV - £21,914.37 via Drive The Deal - 25% off List Price @ Drive The Deal
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Brand New Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSi SE Drive 7 seat SUV - £21,914.37 via Drive The Deal - 25% off List Price @ Drive The Deal

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Posted 24th MayEdited by:"Guzzle"

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There are currently some very generous offers available on the Skoda Kodiaq via Drive The Deal, this SE Drive spec car is available with a £7,365 discount (25% off list price). This amount of discount is for stock cars only, registered before the end of June and subject to taking out PCP finance at 3.1%. Similar discount is available across the range if you prefer another engine or trim level. As has been said on here many times before, if you're a cash buyer you can settle the finance at any time, but doing so within the first 14 days will avoid additional interest charges.

3.1% finance rate isn't terrible though should you choose to stick with it, and you will benefit from 3 months 'free' payments by Skoda. PCP customers are also eligible for 2 years servicing at a reduced price of £159.00.

This SE Drive trim comes with Energy Blue paint as standard (other colours available at extra cost), and has amongst other features the following standard equipment;-
  • 7 seats
  • 19 inch alloy wheels
  • Rear LED lights
  • Front & rear parking sensors
  • LED interior lights
  • Rear parking camera
  • Light and rain sensors
  • Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
  • 8 inch colour touchscreen infotainment with built-in sat nav and Bluetooth
  • Leather multi-function steering wheel
  • Keyless start/stop
  • Front assist
  • Privacy glass
  • Cruise control

All cars are brand new (not pre-registered) and come with 3 years 60,000 mile warranty and unlimited mileage roadside assistance. Extended manufacturers warranties of up to 5 years are available at extra cost.

More information about this car is available on Skoda's website here and there is a What Car review here.

I'm sure this won't suit everyone, but it's a very well equipped and spacious car for a very decent price.

A couple more pictures;-


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It's a lot of car for the money. I have 1 on lease at the minute (2.0 tdi SE L) and love it. So much space in the back, nice ride, not too bad on diesel and the extra 2 seats are really handy. Love the umbrellas in the doors too, nice touch.
Cunning-Stunts24/05/2020 20:36

They still are when they cost over 20 grand.


What comparable brand new 7seater do you propose is better for the money?
echobase24/05/2020 22:37

Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep …Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep getting posted that involve throwing your money away for years with nothing to show for it at the end. Heat.


It depends, it really does.

I don't have the time to look now but I could probably lease one of these for around £6k over 2 years. £24k over 8 years.

So how much will this vehicle be worth in 8 years? bearing in mind majority of vehicles fall at least 50% over the first 3 years, so let's say in 8 years with an average 80k-100k on the clock and 2 new generations having been released by Skoda you get £5k trade in for it, and that is if everything stays the same. Who knows where we will be in 8 years with electric vehicles and their impact on current vehicle prices.

Plus ongoing costs such as mots and costly major services and parts as it gets older, tyres, road fund, etc etc and fingers crossed no big unexpected bill when out of warranty.

That £22k you spend here you could instead stick it into a decent equity / bond fund which should get you between 5-10% annually or between £1k and £2k. When you deduct those returns from your leasing costs the difference are very little and you get a new car every couple of years instead of being stuck with an aging vehicle for years on end, if you buy like this you will want to keep it a number of years to spread out the depreciation curve.
Edited by: "margamboy" 24th May
I remember when Skoda were a joke
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It's a lot of car for the money. I have 1 on lease at the minute (2.0 tdi SE L) and love it. So much space in the back, nice ride, not too bad on diesel and the extra 2 seats are really handy. Love the umbrellas in the doors too, nice touch.
I remember when Skoda were a joke
I almost bought this very car last week but decided to hold off for a while. Hot deal. £1000 of this discount is only included for in stock cars. Just one in stock last week in business grey (dark silver) with spare wheel came to 22560 in total. Otherwise stock orders are £1000 extra. The SE is cheaper but none were in stock so only option was a stock order at £1000 more. May go for this in the future. Nice car, mpg not great.
Pcp payments are calculated over 44 months instead of 47 so monthlies are a little higher than I thought they would be. 3 months free payments by skoda is a bit of a con, it's more of a payment holiday, buy now first payment in 3 months time.
I bought my last car through DriveTheDeal. Very easy to deal with. If you are looking to buy give them and a bell and speak to Jim, he'll sort you out
Good find!
metalmakabre24/05/2020 20:08

I remember when Skoda were a joke



They still are when they cost over 20 grand.
Edited by: "Cunning-Stunts" 24th May
Twiceshy24/05/2020 20:23

I almost bought this very car last week but decided to hold off for a …I almost bought this very car last week but decided to hold off for a while. Hot deal. £1000 of this discount is only included for in stock cars. Just one in stock last week in business grey (dark silver) with spare wheel came to 22560 in total. Otherwise stock orders are £1000 extra. The SE is cheaper but none were in stock so only option was a stock order at £1000 more. May go for this in the future. Nice car, mpg not great.


Your post confused me, I get the gist you think it's a good deal.
Cunning-Stunts24/05/2020 20:36

They still are when they cost over 20 grand.


What comparable brand new 7seater do you propose is better for the money?
Have been wanting this car for a long time but still cannot afford it. Thought I want the 2.0 diesel automatic 190bhp version.
matth518224/05/2020 20:00

It's a lot of car for the money. I have 1 on lease at the minute (2.0 tdi …It's a lot of car for the money. I have 1 on lease at the minute (2.0 tdi SE L) and love it. So much space in the back, nice ride, not too bad on diesel and the extra 2 seats are really handy. Love the umbrellas in the doors too, nice touch.


Can concur, I love mine and the boot space is ridiculous. Even with the 3rd row seats up I can still fit a decent amount of bags and a travel stroller for the kids! Usually we have only the 6th seat up for a kid and 7th flat for the dog in the boot.
Edited by: "umirza85" 24th May
neil.solender24/05/2020 20:38

Your post confused me, I get the gist you think it's a good deal.


Yes very good deal. I have spent way too much time researching possible car purchases this lock down! This as cheap as I have seen it and it's the perfect car for me in many ways.
Great car deals at the moment but my current finances say I should wait a year.
Had an sel 4x4 when they were released in the UK, would definitely recommend one, very comfortable and a nice interior with loads of space
How much is SEL diesel
Thanks ordered two
Anyone actually bought a car through DTD?
RustyR24/05/2020 22:14

Anyone actually bought a car through DTD?


Yes, no problems at all. They are basically middlemen who link you up with dealers around the country who are pushing to close sales. The price I got finally for a VW Allspace SEL was almost the same as my local dealer which includes a trade in of my 2009 Golf.
Edited by: "boringest" 24th May
1.5 would be interesting to see if it could
pull you out of bed in the morning 😁
Thank you OP
Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep getting posted that involve throwing your money away for years with nothing to show for it at the end. Heat.
Cunning-Stunts24/05/2020 22:39

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So in other words... It's a cracking buy then. Thanks for your valuable insight
Edited by: "ahenners" 24th May
ahenners24/05/2020 22:40

So in other words... It's a cracking buy then. Thanks for your valuable …So in other words... It's a cracking buy then. Thanks for your valuable insight



Nope, still a bad buy.
R1cbm24/05/2020 22:23

1.5 would be interesting to see if it couldpull you out of bed in the …1.5 would be interesting to see if it couldpull you out of bed in the morning 😁


More than enough probably. This has the same power as my Mazda 2.0 petrol
echobase24/05/2020 22:37

Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep …Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep getting posted that involve throwing your money away for years with nothing to show for it at the end. Heat.


It depends, it really does.

I don't have the time to look now but I could probably lease one of these for around £6k over 2 years. £24k over 8 years.

So how much will this vehicle be worth in 8 years? bearing in mind majority of vehicles fall at least 50% over the first 3 years, so let's say in 8 years with an average 80k-100k on the clock and 2 new generations having been released by Skoda you get £5k trade in for it, and that is if everything stays the same. Who knows where we will be in 8 years with electric vehicles and their impact on current vehicle prices.

Plus ongoing costs such as mots and costly major services and parts as it gets older, tyres, road fund, etc etc and fingers crossed no big unexpected bill when out of warranty.

That £22k you spend here you could instead stick it into a decent equity / bond fund which should get you between 5-10% annually or between £1k and £2k. When you deduct those returns from your leasing costs the difference are very little and you get a new car every couple of years instead of being stuck with an aging vehicle for years on end, if you buy like this you will want to keep it a number of years to spread out the depreciation curve.
Edited by: "margamboy" 24th May
echobase24/05/2020 22:37

Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep …Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep getting posted that involve throwing your money away for years with nothing to show for it at the end. Heat.



Isnt that one of the biggest essences of life ?

To earn, spend and "throw all your money away". Certainly, you will have no money to show for it at the end...all of it will be out of your reach!
umirza8524/05/2020 21:11

Can concur, I love mine and the boot space is ridiculous. Even with the …Can concur, I love mine and the boot space is ridiculous. Even with the 3rd row seats up I can still fit a decent amount of bags and a travel stroller for the kids! Usually we have only the 6th seat up for a kid and 7th flat for the dog in the boot.


Love the fact the middle seats can be pushed right back so its comfortable for an adult to stretch out - legroom is immense. I specced mine with the rear tables so kids can read, write, eat or have pads on them. Dog on the way next week so I will pinch your idea with the rear seats
Good deal. Was looking at leases and they don’t look as good a deal purchasing now.

Could be same dealership that had a number of them on offer to lease.
margamboy24/05/2020 23:10

It depends, it really does.I don't have the time to look now but I could …It depends, it really does.I don't have the time to look now but I could probably lease one of these for around £6k over 2 years. £24k over 8 years.So how much will this vehicle be worth in 8 years? bearing in mind majority of vehicles fall at least 50% over the first 3 years, so let's say in 8 years with an average 80k-100k on the clock and 2 new generations having been released by Skoda you get £5k trade in for it, and that is if everything stays the same. Who knows where we will be in 8 years with electric vehicles and their impact on current vehicle prices.Plus ongoing costs such as mots and costly major services and parts as it gets older, tyres, road fund, etc etc and fingers crossed no big unexpected bill when out of warranty. That £22k you spend here you could instead stick it into a decent equity / bond fund which should get you between 5-10% annually or between £1k and £2k. When you deduct those returns from your leasing costs the difference are very little and you get a new car every couple of years instead of being stuck with an aging vehicle for years on end, if you buy like this you will want to keep it a number of years to spread out the depreciation curve.


I have been looking. The basic SE spec in manual is about £6,700 over 2 years for 8k/pa.
Not great deal.
The SE Drive spec is best value for money in terms of spec, unless you want SE L or higher.

Was waiting for a decent lease deal on one of these or Tarraco.

Might consider a purchase now
echobase24/05/2020 22:37

Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep …Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep getting posted that involve throwing your money away for years with nothing to show for it at the end. Heat.


Are you serious?
margamboy24/05/2020 23:10

It depends, it really does.I don't have the time to look now but I could …It depends, it really does.I don't have the time to look now but I could probably lease one of these for around £6k over 2 years. £24k over 8 years.So how much will this vehicle be worth in 8 years? bearing in mind majority of vehicles fall at least 50% over the first 3 years, so let's say in 8 years with an average 80k-100k on the clock and 2 new generations having been released by Skoda you get £5k trade in for it, and that is if everything stays the same. Who knows where we will be in 8 years with electric vehicles and their impact on current vehicle prices.Plus ongoing costs such as mots and costly major services and parts as it gets older, tyres, road fund, etc etc and fingers crossed no big unexpected bill when out of warranty. That £22k you spend here you could instead stick it into a decent equity / bond fund which should get you between 5-10% annually or between £1k and £2k. When you deduct those returns from your leasing costs the difference are very little and you get a new car every couple of years instead of being stuck with an aging vehicle for years on end, if you buy like this you will want to keep it a number of years to spread out the depreciation curve.


And how do you drive your bond / equity fund to the shops for food? And by the way financial markets are tanking on their arse like never before. GFY.
margamboy24/05/2020 23:10

It depends, it really does.I don't have the time to look now but I could …It depends, it really does.I don't have the time to look now but I could probably lease one of these for around £6k over 2 years. £24k over 8 years.So how much will this vehicle be worth in 8 years? bearing in mind majority of vehicles fall at least 50% over the first 3 years, so let's say in 8 years with an average 80k-100k on the clock and 2 new generations having been released by Skoda you get £5k trade in for it, and that is if everything stays the same. Who knows where we will be in 8 years with electric vehicles and their impact on current vehicle prices.Plus ongoing costs such as mots and costly major services and parts as it gets older, tyres, road fund, etc etc and fingers crossed no big unexpected bill when out of warranty. That £22k you spend here you could instead stick it into a decent equity / bond fund which should get you between 5-10% annually or between £1k and £2k. When you deduct those returns from your leasing costs the difference are very little and you get a new car every couple of years instead of being stuck with an aging vehicle for years on end, if you buy like this you will want to keep it a number of years to spread out the depreciation curve.



margamboy24/05/2020 23:10

It depends, it really does.I don't have the time to look now but I could …It depends, it really does.I don't have the time to look now but I could probably lease one of these for around £6k over 2 years. £24k over 8 years.So how much will this vehicle be worth in 8 years? bearing in mind majority of vehicles fall at least 50% over the first 3 years, so let's say in 8 years with an average 80k-100k on the clock and 2 new generations having been released by Skoda you get £5k trade in for it, and that is if everything stays the same. Who knows where we will be in 8 years with electric vehicles and their impact on current vehicle prices.Plus ongoing costs such as mots and costly major services and parts as it gets older, tyres, road fund, etc etc and fingers crossed no big unexpected bill when out of warranty. That £22k you spend here you could instead stick it into a decent equity / bond fund which should get you between 5-10% annually or between £1k and £2k. When you deduct those returns from your leasing costs the difference are very little and you get a new car every couple of years instead of being stuck with an aging vehicle for years on end, if you buy like this you will want to keep it a number of years to spread out the depreciation curve.

loofer25/05/2020 00:16

I have been looking. The basic SE spec in manual is about £6,700 over 2 …I have been looking. The basic SE spec in manual is about £6,700 over 2 years for 8k/pa.Not great deal. The SE Drive spec is best value for money in terms of spec, unless you want SE L or higher.Was waiting for a decent lease deal on one of these or Tarraco. Might consider a purchase now


If the purchase prices are opening up a bit then its likely lease prices will follow as often these price reductions are supported by the manufacturers themselves. But if purchasing outright make sense for you then go for it, it's a decent price.
Edited by: "margamboy" 25th May
echobase24/05/2020 22:37

Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep …Decent deal. Much better than all these rubbish lease deals that keep getting posted that involve throwing your money away for years with nothing to show for it at the end. Heat.


Funnyhaha25/05/2020 01:24

And how do you drive your bond / equity fund to the shops for food? And by …And how do you drive your bond / equity fund to the shops for food? And by the way financial markets are tanking on their arse like never before. GFY.


What I mean is use the money you would of used to purchase this Skoda and instead invest it, then lease monthly for around £250.

£22k invested wisely could return around £1800 annually after charges etc, that makes a £3k per annum lease £1200, and still you have your capital which is not being eroded by depreciation.

This is what I did approx 6 years ago, but instead of pulling the growth I keep reinvesting and now my annual lease costs are around £500 annually on a £38k vehicle, and I still have my capital if I ever need it.

It's maybe not for everyone and investments can rise and fall, but it works for me, as for the current market imo it's a perfect time to invest, I have managed to get almost twice as much equity stock as I could of done 6 months ago.
Edited by: "margamboy" 25th May
Does this have a boot when all 7 seats are up?
Edited by: "Peter_W" 25th May
margamboy24/05/2020 23:10

It depends, it really does.I don't have the time to look now but I could …It depends, it really does.I don't have the time to look now but I could probably lease one of these for around £6k over 2 years. £24k over 8 years.So how much will this vehicle be worth in 8 years? bearing in mind majority of vehicles fall at least 50% over the first 3 years, so let's say in 8 years with an average 80k-100k on the clock and 2 new generations having been released by Skoda you get £5k trade in for it, and that is if everything stays the same. Who knows where we will be in 8 years with electric vehicles and their impact on current vehicle prices.Plus ongoing costs such as mots and costly major services and parts as it gets older, tyres, road fund, etc etc and fingers crossed no big unexpected bill when out of warranty. That £22k you spend here you could instead stick it into a decent equity / bond fund which should get you between 5-10% annually or between £1k and £2k. When you deduct those returns from your leasing costs the difference are very little and you get a new car every couple of years instead of being stuck with an aging vehicle for years on end, if you buy like this you will want to keep it a number of years to spread out the depreciation curve.


Investments can return less than you put in.
margamboy25/05/2020 06:40

What I mean is use the money you would of used to purchase this Skoda and …What I mean is use the money you would of used to purchase this Skoda and instead invest it, then lease monthly for around £250.£22k invested wisely could return around £1800 annually after charges etc, that makes a £3k per annum lease £1200, and still you have your capital which is not being eroded by depreciation.This is what I did approx 6 years ago, but instead of pulling the growth I keep reinvesting and now my annual lease costs are around £500 annually on a £38k vehicle, and I still have my capital if I ever need it.It's maybe not for everyone and investments can rise and fall, but it works for me, as for the current market imo it's a perfect time to invest, I have managed to get almost twice as much equity stock as I could of done 6 months ago.


That's the way to do it, let your money do the work. Many people far too impatient to do that though. Stocks are pretty cheap at moment, many will still go lower. If you invested £80k in Tesla a year ago, you would have a free model X by now. Unfortunately I put mine in oil
metalmakabre24/05/2020 20:08

I remember when Skoda were a joke


How do you double the price of a Skoda? Put a Mars Bar in the boot........
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