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Its Back - 0% Finance & 0% VAT - Skoda Stock

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Found 8th Aug 2011
Got this in an email .

This is only for unregistered cars in stock but better than nothing (now Drive the Deal has no Skoda's for the moment)....

Prices start at:
Fabia £8345.83 OTR.
Octavia £11202.50 OTR
Roomster £9928 OTR

Prices and Options can be found here:
skoda.co.uk/gbr…spx

OTR price minus the VAT will give you the new OTR price.

Fabia Options:
skoda.co.uk/gbr…spx

Octavia Options:
skoda.co.uk/gbr…spx

Roomster Options:
skoda.co.uk/gbr…spx

Don't forget that there is no VAT on the options either.


Pay no VAT and 0% APR representative



Pay no VAT and 0% APR representative when you buy with ŠKODA finance. This offer is available on selected petrol stock Fabia, Roomster and Octavia. Please see your local retailer for cars available.

All cars must be registered and delivered by 30th September.

Need a more flexible finance solution? Pay no VAT when you choose from a range of finance options on eligible stock petrol models, including ŠKODA Solutions (personal contract plan) and receive up to 3 years free servicing for free.



This offer now includes selected diesel stock plus superb hatch
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    Don't think it's ever been away, was offered this on a stock VRs last month.
    Shame it does not include the diesel versions
    p-e-t-e

    Shame it does not include the diesel versions



    or decent cars....

    #runs and hides
    Original Poster
    Adidas Addict

    Don't think it's ever been away, was offered this on a stock VRs last … Don't think it's ever been away, was offered this on a stock VRs last month.


    it has been 5% vat for about the last year, not 0%. If you were offered that it would have been a dealer offer and not national. My local wasn't as I looked at a fabia Monte Carlo for the Mrs. This deal is still no good for me as she would need a diesel.

    I think the 5% vat offer is on though for made to order cars.
    Not my thing, but heat! This is hot.
    p-e-t-e

    Shame it does not include the diesel versions



    Or the Yeti
    personally think an octavia at 11,2k! is outstanding!
    jrw

    it has been 5% vat for about the last year, not 0%. If you were offered … it has been 5% vat for about the last year, not 0%. If you were offered that it would have been a dealer offer and not national. My local wasn't as I looked at a fabia Monte Carlo for the Mrs. This deal is still no good for me as she would need a diesel. I think the 5% vat offer is on though for made to order cars.



    The VAT free offer has been on ages, it was only the last few months that it was 5% VAT, I ordered my Octavia TSI/DSG VRS back in March on the 20% off and free servicing offer, took delivery 3 weeks ago, and anyone who says Skoda is rubbish etc etc are just talking out of there ****, as its a fantastic car!!!!! This is a HOT HOT deal!
    Great deal but I wouldn't buy until the new reg is out if you want the (marginally) better residual value when you come to sell.
    Awaiting all the Skoda jokes! Lol
    What do you call a Skoda with a sunroof?
    " 3 years free servicing for free."

    Is it free

    Where are you getting the final prices from - just working them out from the car configurator or is there a better way on the skoda website that I am missing?
    Minimum 50% deposit required over 2 years

    What does this bit mean?
    Original Poster
    ace1650cp

    Where are you getting the final prices from - just working them out from … Where are you getting the final prices from - just working them out from the car configurator or is there a better way on the skoda website that I am missing?



    Here you go:
    skoda.co.uk/gbr…spx

    OTR price minus the VAT will give you the new OTR price.

    Fabia Options:
    skoda.co.uk/gbr…spx

    Octavia Options:
    skoda.co.uk/gbr…spx

    Roomster Options:
    skoda.co.uk/gbr…spx

    Don't forget that there is no VAT on the options either.

    Will add this to the OP too so it doesn't get lost.
    Original Poster
    hearts

    Minimum 50% deposit required over 2 yearsWhat does this bit mean?



    If you want the 0% you need to put 50% down. IE if the car is £12k you need to put down a £6k deposit. You will then pay the other £6k over 2 years (£250 per month). This is what i did when i bought my VRS and is a very good way of financing if you can afford the 50% deposit and the payments over only 24 months.....I will have paid mine off next April!

    If you can't raise the deposit or afford the monthly repayments over 2 years you could always get a personal loan for the shortfall and add this to the deposit to make that up to 50% or go over the 50% to bring down the monthly payments. You can then have that loan over a period to suit you as you would have done anyway but can then reduce the amount of interest paid with the 0% chunk. Hope that makes sense!
    Mebzz - a skip
    Think i'll slit my wrists the next thread I see with "it's back" in the title.

    It's a hot deal, leave it at that
    jrw

    If you want the 0% you need to put 50% down. IE if the car is £12k you … If you want the 0% you need to put 50% down. IE if the car is £12k you need to put down a £6k deposit. You will then pay the other £6k over 2 years (£250 per month). This is what i did when i bought my VRS and is a very good way of financing if you can afford the 50% deposit and the payments over only 24 months.....I will have paid mine off next April!If you can't raise the deposit or afford the monthly repayments over 2 years you could always get a personal loan for the shortfall and add this to the deposit to make that up to 50% or go over the 50% to bring down the monthly payments. You can then have that loan over a period to suit you as you would have done anyway but can then reduce the amount of interest paid with the 0% chunk. Hope that makes sense!



    Thanks.

    Are any of the Skodas any good? Have they got rid of the bad rep they used to have?
    Edited by: "hearts" 8th Aug 2011
    mebzz

    What do you call a Skoda with a sunroof?



    A Skoda.
    Original Poster
    hearts

    Thanks.Are any of the Skodas any good? Have they got rid of the bad rep … Thanks.Are any of the Skodas any good? Have they got rid of the bad rep they used to have?



    Bit of a contentious issue with the trolls on here

    IMHO and many others 'in the know' (ie actually driven or owned one), they are excellent. I have had mine for 16months now and i love it. Haven't met anyone who hasn't liked it either or ripped me for owning one.

    Bad rep went back in the late 80's when VAG took over.

    Fabia is based on the Polo, Octavia on the Golf, Roomster on the Mk4 golf with Fabia parts.
    I had a company Skoda Octavia its was excellent on fuel. Its basically a VW on the inside.
    jrw

    it has been 5% vat for about the last year, not 0%. If you were offered … it has been 5% vat for about the last year, not 0%. If you were offered that it would have been a dealer offer and not national. My local wasn't as I looked at a fabia Monte Carlo for the Mrs. This deal is still no good for me as she would need a diesel. I think the 5% vat offer is on though for made to order cars.



    No it's been on the Skoda website for at least the last month, not as well advertised as the 5% VAT, but it's been there for stock cars.
    Original Poster
    stellawall

    I had a company Skoda Octavia its was excellent on fuel. Its basically a … I had a company Skoda Octavia its was excellent on fuel. Its basically a VW on the inside.



    Yep, my Octavia basically has a MK6 Golf interior (same plastics, switch gear, climate system etc etc). I can also get nearly 60MPG on the motorway too which aint bad for a 170BHP engine that will do 0-60 in 6.9sec (DSG).
    Original Poster
    Adidas Addict

    No it's been on the Skoda website for at least the last month, not as … No it's been on the Skoda website for at least the last month, not as well advertised as the 5% VAT, but it's been there for stock cars.




    Maybe it has, but as you say not well advertised....hence now why they are sending mail shots and it is now on the home page
    jrw

    Yep, my Octavia basically has a MK6 Golf interior (same plastics, switch … Yep, my Octavia basically has a MK6 Golf interior (same plastics, switch gear, climate system etc etc). I can also get nearly 60MPG on the motorway too which aint bad for a 170BHP engine that will do 0-60 in 6.9sec (DSG).


    I think someones telling porkies... 6.9 secs 0-60 would need a car of your girth to have about 220bhp. I believe yours to be about 8 seconds.
    Still impressive for a spacious, economical diesel. 0-60 is such a useless figure anyway unless your a traffic light grandprix ****.

    Sounds a good deal. I know someone who bought a 1.6tdi Octy during the last 0% offer and loves it. Anybody who still thinks Skoda makes joke cars needs to move into the 21st Century.
    my friend bought an Octavia estate with lots of extras. When it arrived at the dealer, some of the extras hadn't been fitted, and there have been a number of minor faults. In its 1 year of life it's been back to dealers four times, to make good the missing accessories and fix the minor problems.

    I feel bad because he also looked at a 2nd hand Toyota Avensis estate, and I wish I'd tried harder to persuade him to buy it; it was cheaper, had similar accessories, and would never need to see a mechanic between servicing.
    clnmckec

    personally think an octavia at 11,2k! is outstanding!



    I have driven few octivas, they are dull, poor qulity interor
    As with any car, it depends on your options. Mine is a 53 plate Octavian Vrs and it is great. Brilliant car to drive, nice to look at and comfy interior. Oh, and in three years the only work it has needed is break replacements, one shock and a respray thanks to a brainless fool who took a dislike to the paintwork with a house key. That is what I call reliable.
    Ill just look down the back of the sofa, see if ive got £6k sitting around.
    Try and buy a Yeti and see how long you have to wait.

    Either they build one a week or they are actually in demand!

    I owned a Mk 1 Superb for four years (not as a taxi) and it compared very favourably with the big German marques. Cheap to buy, run and insure. All the toys. Good resale price. What's not to like?

    You have to ask yourself, "why do taxi drivers use them"?
    simon1966

    Awaiting all the Skoda jokes! Lol



    you've got the right avatar then, get in your time machine & go back 20 years ... even stay there if you like :-)
    jrw

    Yep, my Octavia basically has a MK6 Golf interior (same plastics, switch … Yep, my Octavia basically has a MK6 Golf interior (same plastics, switch gear, climate system etc etc).


    This is wishful thinking. Yes, the Octavia is a great car (I own a MKII Octavia vRS, and I owned a MkI Octavia vRS previously), but when you buy a Golf, you know where that extra money went - the interior trim quality is better on the VW, and it has all those little niceties that the Skoda lacks. Most of the mechanical parts are stamped VW/Audi, so if you're willing to sit in a not-quite-as-nice cabin, Skodas are great.
    Original Poster
    Witchfinder

    This is wishful thinking. Yes, the Octavia is a great car (I own a MKII … This is wishful thinking. Yes, the Octavia is a great car (I own a MKII Octavia vRS, and I owned a MkI Octavia vRS previously), but when you buy a Golf, you know where that extra money went - the interior trim quality is better on the VW, and it has all those little niceties that the Skoda lacks. Most of the mechanical parts are stamped VW/Audi, so if you're willing to sit in a not-quite-as-nice cabin, Skodas are great.



    No it isn't wishful thinking - mother in law has a Mk6 and the plastic is identical even down to the pattern of the texture. The pre FL i agree isn't as good quality but the Facelift is a lot better.

    Edited by: "jrw" 9th Aug 2011
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    lateknight

    I think someones telling porkies... 6.9 secs 0-60 would need a car of … I think someones telling porkies... 6.9 secs 0-60 would need a car of your girth to have about 220bhp. I believe yours to be about 8 seconds.Still impressive for a spacious, economical diesel. 0-60 is such a useless figure anyway unless your a traffic light grandprix ****.Sounds a good deal. I know someone who bought a 1.6tdi Octy during the last 0% offer and loves it. Anybody who still thinks Skoda makes joke cars needs to move into the 21st Century.



    Not telling porkies - don't see the point in lying when you can't prove it.

    It was on a timed qtr mile - 6.98 to 60 and 15.49 qtr mile. Proof is in this months VW driver, theresults.co.uk, a print out i have and also photos that my mate took.

    Official 0-60 is 8.1 from the manufacturer but i have the DSG which has launch control. Happy to prove any claims i make.
    Come on Skoda, do the same deal on diesels. I'd buy one.
    vurt

    Come on Skoda, do the same deal on diesels. I'd buy one.



    +1
    i'm thinking of dumping "all my life" second hand cars ideology !! hot
    Original Poster
    vurt

    Come on Skoda, do the same deal on diesels. I'd buy one.


    Should have bought last year! I got mine to order vat and interest free
    mikes1

    A Skoda.


    With a sunroof.
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