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[DSG version] Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £240pm + £720 initial + £150 fee = £6390 @ Leasing Options
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[DSG version] Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS DSG 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £240pm + £720 initial + £150 fee = £6390 @ Leasing Options

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Posted 9th Jan

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Good price for the DSG version of the Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS 5dr DSG [Black Pack] - works out at 21.8% of £29.3k P11D value (based on metallic paint and virtual cockpit), 8k miles pa, £239.99 per month (3+23) plus £719.97 initial and £150 admin - so £266 net per month. Estimated residual value is £13.6k after 2 years so leasing looks a good option. Price includes metallic paint, with options of Black Magic, Meteorite Grey, Moonwhite, Quartz Grey and Race Blue. Car is in stock ready for delivery.

Specs include metallic paint,18" Gemini anthracite alloys, privacy glass, lane assist, Amundsen satellite navigation with 8” touchscreen display, rain sensitive wipers, Red Brake Calipers, dual air con and virtual cockpit.



Skoda Octavia Hatchback 2.0 245 vRS 5dr DSG [Black Pack]


  • 3 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £719.97 initial
  • 23 monthly payments of £239.99
  • £150 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £6389.74 or £266.24 net per month
  • Petrol
  • Gearbox Semi-Auto
  • 45.6 MPG combined
  • 0-60 6.7 seconds
  • Road tax included
  • P11D value £29,260 (based on metallic paint and virtual cockpit)

Images below to give an idea

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This does not have the Dry Clutch 7 speed DSG DQ200.
This has the Wet Clutch 7 Speed DSG DQ381 made from 2017 onwards.
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deleted47287
deleted241043709/01/2020 19:54

DSG gearboxes are awful


In what way? I have driven a Golf with DSG and it was fine.
deleted241043709/01/2020 19:54

DSG gearboxes are awful


DGS is effectively a manual dual clutch gearbox controlled by software to make automatic.

Worldwide recall in 2013 for oil change, except UK as UK does not matter.
Accumulator made too thin and will crack causing loss of power.
Australia subject to recall last year due to risk of accidents.
UK government do not care.

Happened to my wife's Golf. Sudden loss of power. VW wanted £1900 to replace. Privately £750.
VW are useless. They know their DSG is faulty.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 9th Jan
MrKrabs09/01/2020 20:14

Why are you blaming the UK govt?!





Because UK government should follow the Australian government and force VW to recall all cars and replace the accumulator.


productsafety.gov.au/rec…015
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 9th Jan
Anyone commenting that DSG is bad is mistaken. They’re thinking of the old one.
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Is this the DSG version
Wolf in sheep's clothing!
Decent car - fast and huge boot, loads of room. I've put an enquiry in, but would like to confirm if it's the old shape or new...probably old.
Old model
cactusbrandy09/01/2020 19:40

Decent car - fast and huge boot, loads of room. I've put an enquiry in, …Decent car - fast and huge boot, loads of room. I've put an enquiry in, but would like to confirm if it's the old shape or new...probably old.


It's the old. New one doesn't have those horrible headlights
cactusbrandy09/01/2020 19:40

Decent car - fast and huge boot, loads of room. I've put an enquiry in, …Decent car - fast and huge boot, loads of room. I've put an enquiry in, but would like to confirm if it's the old shape or new...probably old.


Definitely the old model as the new one is in
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deleted2410437
DSG gearboxes are awful
trickytree198409/01/2020 19:46

It's the old. New one doesn't have those horrible headlights


If you are only leasing does it matter?
afroylnt09/01/2020 19:58

If you are only leasing does it matter?


Not from an investment point of view. But personally I wouldn't want to pay to drive the old model around.
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deleted47287
deleted241043709/01/2020 19:54

DSG gearboxes are awful


In what way? I have driven a Golf with DSG and it was fine.
trickytree198409/01/2020 19:46

It's the old. New one doesn't have those horrible headlights


It probably is old, but that picture will rarely be the exact one with leases. They've done well to get a VRS in the photo compared to most leases!

I really want an electronic handbrake, which this hasn't got on the old one. Not sure if the new goes to electronic either to be fair. The superb has not as standard...but no good deals on those.
deleted241043709/01/2020 19:54

DSG gearboxes are awful


DGS is effectively a manual dual clutch gearbox controlled by software to make automatic.

Worldwide recall in 2013 for oil change, except UK as UK does not matter.
Accumulator made too thin and will crack causing loss of power.
Australia subject to recall last year due to risk of accidents.
UK government do not care.

Happened to my wife's Golf. Sudden loss of power. VW wanted £1900 to replace. Privately £750.
VW are useless. They know their DSG is faulty.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 9th Jan
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deleted4728709/01/2020 20:03

In what way? I have driven a Golf with DSG and it was fine.


Fine in a straight line when new but mine started jerking violently when cold after only a year and was a nightmare to do delicate manouvers in tight parking situations (particularly on an incline) as they snatch.

I only drive automatics but wouldn't have another mechatronic.
Common.Sense09/01/2020 20:11

DGS is effectively a manual dual clutch gearbox controlled by software to …DGS is effectively a manual dual clutch gearbox controlled by software to make automatic. Worldwide recall in 2013 for oil change, except UK as UK does not matter.Accumulator made too thin and will crack causing loss of power.Australia subject to recall last year due to risk of accidents.UK government do not care.Happened to my wife's Golf. Sudden loss of power. VW wanted £1900 to replace. Privately £750.VW are useless. They know their DSG is faulty.


Why are you blaming the UK govt?!
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deleted2410437
Common.Sense09/01/2020 20:11

DGS is effectively a manual dual clutch gearbox controlled by software to …DGS is effectively a manual dual clutch gearbox controlled by software to make automatic. Worldwide recall in 2013 for oil change, except UK as UK does not matter.Accumulator made too thin and will crack causing loss of power.Australia subject to recall last year due to risk of accidents.UK government do not care.Happened to my wife's Golf. Sudden loss of power. VW wanted £1900 to replace. Privately £750.VW are useless. They know their DSG is faulty.


It's actually two manual gearboxes, mine finally died by putting itself in 2nd and 3rd at the same time....
Common.Sense09/01/2020 20:11

DGS is effectively a manual dual clutch gearbox controlled by software to …DGS is effectively a manual dual clutch gearbox controlled by software to make automatic. Worldwide recall in 2013 for oil change, except UK as UK does not matter.Accumulator made too thin and will crack causing loss of power.Australia subject to recall last year due to risk of accidents.UK government do not care.Happened to my wife's Golf. Sudden loss of power. VW wanted £1900 to replace. Privately £750.VW are useless. They know their DSG is faulty.


I'm told the new ones are ok? I know there were a lot of issues with the older ones. I had a 2015 one for 2 years and while it isn't as smooth as the zf8 in the BMW (dsg isn't meant to be smooth) I didn't have any issues with it. The forums aren't as busy with dsg problems as they would have been 7-10 years ago.

This is only my opinion based on golf R forum posts certainly not fact. I would have no issues buying a new car with one.
MrKrabs09/01/2020 20:14

Why are you blaming the UK govt?!





Because UK government should follow the Australian government and force VW to recall all cars and replace the accumulator.


productsafety.gov.au/rec…015
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 9th Jan
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markymark3409/01/2020 20:16

I'm told the new ones are ok? I know there were a lot of issues with the …I'm told the new ones are ok? I know there were a lot of issues with the older ones. I had a 2015 one for 2 years and while it isn't as smooth as the zf8 in the BMW (dsg isn't meant to be smooth) I didn't have any issues with it. The forums aren't as busy with dsg problems as they would have been 7-10 years ago. This is only my opinion based on golf R forum posts certainly not fact. I would have no issues buying a new car with one.


+1 for zf8 deffo best auto box out there, had one in a jag and a bmw both were awesome.
Only the 2nd pic is a vRS. The others are all of different models. vRS interior looks much nicer.
America has a lemon law,if a car has faults you are entitled to return it as it is a lemon.
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deleted47287
deleted241043709/01/2020 20:13

Fine in a straight line when new but mine started jerking violently when …Fine in a straight line when new but mine started jerking violently when cold after only a year and was a nightmare to do delicate manouvers in tight parking situations (particularly on an incline) as they snatch.I only drive automatics but wouldn't have another mechatronic.


Was it a 1.5 TSI petrol?
Common.Sense09/01/2020 20:17

Because UK government should follow the Australian government and force VW …Because UK government should follow the Australian government and force VW to recall all cars and replace the accumulator.https://www.productsafety.gov.au/recall/volkswagen-group-australia-volkswagen-golf-my2009-2015-jetta-my2009-2015-beetle-my2013-2015-passat-my2010-2015-polo-my2010-2015-caddy-my2011-2015


That's what the dvsa are for. Criticism can be levelled at the govt for a lot of things, but this isn't one. In fact in the queen's speech they're looking to introduce an environmental bill that will force manufacturers to comply. Now the Tories have a majority labour will be unable to stop them.
Does anyone know if this has adaptive cruise Control?
I have one of these, it’s a cracking car. The DSG box is the newer 7 speed one. Very comfortable for long journeys and a fantastic family car.
The one in the pics in white looks nice...but will it look more like the first picture?
You haven't seen anything good for an electric car have you?
MrKrabs09/01/2020 20:34

That's what the dvsa are for. Criticism can be levelled at the govt for a …That's what the dvsa are for. Criticism can be levelled at the govt for a lot of things, but this isn't one. In fact in the queen's speech they're looking to introduce an environmental bill that will force manufacturers to comply. Now the Tories have a majority labour will be unable to stop them.



DVSA are useless. Their response is:

"Unfortunate this defect does not meet criteria for a safety defect in this country.

As for Australia I am unable to comment on their laws and procedures."
arjun31109/01/2020 20:39

The one in the pics in white looks nice...but will it look more like the …The one in the pics in white looks nice...but will it look more like the first picture?


No, the white one is a vRS, you can tell from the alloys and the rear spoiler.
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battelaxe09/01/2020 20:40

You haven't seen anything good for an electric car have you?


What you after?
GrimDanFango09/01/2020 20:41

No, the white one is a vRS, you can tell from the alloys and the rear …No, the white one is a vRS, you can tell from the alloys and the rear spoiler.


... And the black mirrors and vrs badge on the front grille.
battelaxe09/01/2020 20:40

You haven't seen anything good for an electric car have you?


Sinclair C5 are rumored to be good
Common.Sense09/01/2020 20:40

DVSA are useless. Their response is:"Unfortunate this defect does not …DVSA are useless. Their response is:"Unfortunate this defect does not meet criteria for a safety defect in this country. As for Australia I am unable to comment on their laws and procedures."


What was the defect you had that you thought severely impacted yours or others safety?
VW had some issues with their DSG boxes in the past. I think the view is that those issues have now been fixed.

Personally I’m quite a fan of them. They are fast changing and generally more efficient than many of the older torque converter type auto boxes.

I currently have a Volvo auto but prefer the DSG of my previous two cars.
MrKrabs09/01/2020 20:50

What was the defect you had that you thought severely impacted yours or …What was the defect you had that you thought severely impacted yours or others safety?



Driving at 70mpg and sudden loss of power with a lorry driving behind me. Had to get to a safe place in some sort of "limp mode". Then car would not start. The accumulator had cracked with loss of pressure. A known fault - hydraulic pump play.

The Australian government has recognised the issue and described it well.
I was towed almost 100 miles to a garage who could fix the same day. They have done hundreds of mechatronic repairs.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 9th Jan
Anyone commenting that DSG is bad is mistaken. They’re thinking of the old one.
Common.Sense09/01/2020 20:11

DGS is effectively a manual dual clutch gearbox controlled by software to …DGS is effectively a manual dual clutch gearbox controlled by software to make automatic. Worldwide recall in 2013 for oil change, except UK as UK does not matter.Accumulator made too thin and will crack causing loss of power.Australia subject to recall last year due to risk of accidents.UK government do not care.Happened to my wife's Golf. Sudden loss of power. VW wanted £1900 to replace. Privately £750.VW are useless. They know their DSG is faulty.


It's lease. Who cares.
arjun31109/01/2020 20:39

The one in the pics in white looks nice...but will it look more like the …The one in the pics in white looks nice...but will it look more like the first picture?


The wheels in that pic are an extra cost option. This is standard pic
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Dwh861109/01/2020 21:07

The wheels in that pic are an extra cost option. This is standard pic The wheels in that pic are an extra cost option. This is standard pic [Image]


Wife thinks it's ugly. I'm being told I'd look like a grandad. I like it...she wears the trousers.
Edited by: "arjun311" 9th Jan
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