Pay no VAT and 0% Finance on selected ŠKODA models
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Pay no VAT and 0% Finance on selected ŠKODA models

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Found 1st Mar 2012
0% VAT model exclusions: Fabia 1.4 SE, VRS and DSG. Octavia Scout and 4x4. Superb Estate all diesel models. Roomster DSG models. All Yeti models

0% APR Representative model exclusions: Fabia 1.4 SE. Fabia S, SE, SE Plus, Monte Carlo, Greenline, VRS and DSG models. Octavia S, SE, SE Plus, VRS, Greenline, Scout and 4x4 models. Superb Hatch S, SE, SE Plus. Superb Estate all diesel models, S, SE, SE Plus Petrol models. Roomster S, SE, SE Plus, Greenline and DSG Models. All Yeti models
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Great deal on paper, just try and get a Fabia, none left at the bargain price and the one ordered due for delivery today still not in the country. May be different for other models I can only speak from my experience with the Fabia £8995 deal
pfft toooo many exclusions
The car in deal pic is part of the exclusions !
Does anyone know which is the most economical car for distance motorway cruising ?
Plenty of car experts on here and they usually surface for a good Skoda deal

Any help would be appreciated guys.

Cheers,
M.B.C
All i need to do is get a white one and park on the side of the road at night, then watch everyone slow down as they believe im the unmarked one around my area, its perfect.
I feel that these 'Pay no VAT' promotions are misleading, because there are people around who believe that statement is true.

It doesn't stop it being a deal, but if you think that you are getting one over HM Revenue & Customs then think again. These prices do include VAT.

Edited by: "kevlaw" 2nd Mar 2012
To force plus decoration fee buy a VW Golf
I'm going crazy
@MBC I have a Fabia 1.4 Estate Greenline, 58 plate was £7000 about 2 weeks ago and I am getting about 650 -700 miles on a 60 quid tank if that helps.

That is about 75% motorway 25% none motorway.
Edited by: "spidermanalf" 2nd Mar 2012
charnobush

To force plus decoration fee buy a VW GolfI'm going crazy



where to she now?
@MBC avoid 1.2 litre petrol it is awful for mpg especially for motorway driving, 50 litres =300 miles

my experience of "VW branded" engines any of the 1.9 or 2.0 litre TDI engines will give great performace and mileage, 50litres=500miles and thats with enthusiastic driving, 700 if you can behave
kevlaw

I feel that these 'Pay no VAT' promotions are misleading, because there … I feel that these 'Pay no VAT' promotions are misleading, because there are people around who believe that statement is true.It doesn't stop it being a deal, but if you think that you are getting one over HM Revenue & Customs then think again. These prices do include VAT.




I don't think people think they're getting one over HMRC, I think they think they are paying 20% less...
sancho1983

I don't think people think they're getting one over HMRC, I think they … I don't think people think they're getting one over HMRC, I think they think they are paying 20% less...



agreed.clearly the taxman isn't waiving his 20%, it's just skoda effectively paying the 20% for you.
dairooney

agreed.clearly the taxman isn't waiving his 20%, it's just skoda … agreed.clearly the taxman isn't waiving his 20%, it's just skoda effectively paying the 20% for you.



But the intention is there, otherwise they'd just state "20% off"

Says it all on the page

Reduction equivalent to 20% VAT applied to original base price including … Reduction equivalent to 20% VAT applied to original base price including factory fitted optional extras available on Fabia, Roomster, Octavia and Superb models (exclusions apply). VAT is still applicable and will appear on the invoice.

I am on my second Octavia Estate 1.9TDi PD, the wife is on her second Fabia 1.9 SD, both cars have a high spec and are economically good, wouldn't pay the inflated prices for a VW Passat or Golf tbh
Seen similar post yesterday or the day before...
Skoda? No thanks
Octavia VRS is the car id take out of the selection, amazing drive, good mpg and nicely kitted inside as well.

I have the new Favia VRS otherwise id be in there like a shot lol
can highly recommend the Octavia as a family car, I used to be a badge snob but then sat in one of these, took it for a test drive and was really impressed. The dash is basically from a golf. Now have an Octavia VRS, best car I've driven/owned in years.
VRS excluded.

VRS in pic.

TROLL FURY.
Heat for the accent in the post title.
Bought a Superb Elegance 4x4 Tdi 170, and am delighted with it. However, before some of you chip in to say that Superb diesel estates are excluded, I'd like to say that I bought via Cars and Finance. For a car with a list of £28.5k, I got it for £23.5k which is essentially the same as the current Skoda deal. If you want a car on the exclusion list I'd highly recommend giving them a call - was sceptical at first but the service and result was great!
I've had my Fabia TDi for about 5 years now. 100k on the clock and it's never missed a beat. I'd buy another one without hesitation, but there really is no need to.

Most economical car?

Audi A2 tdi. 70mpg on a run (Book says 81mpg) but better than that, not only is there no depreciation, the cars are actually going up in value.

Cheap to tax & insure, very comfy motorway car, (much better than they are in town).

Bigger boot and more interior space than Golf or A3

Its just a shame the newest ones are 7 seven years old.

Wish I hadn't sold mine.:(

Edited by: "nick9" 2nd Mar 2012
Skoda are rapidly becoming like DFS. Does anyone buy a Skoda when there isn't a 'No VAT' sale on?
BlueHarvestMoon

But the intention is there, otherwise they'd just state "20% off"




All very true! They will also need to show VAT in your invoice too, therfore could you argue they then need to take that off and produce a new invoice and then do the same again, untill you effectivly get the car for free! :o)

But the intention is there, otherwise they'd just state "20% off"



This is not strictly true. If a product is £100 + VAT, the gross price is £120. If you take 20% off £120 you end up with £96.

The actual discount is around 16.65% which gives you the same gross price as if you were not paying VAT.

There was a news article on breakfast TV this morning that said a high percentage of adults only possess the mathematical ability of an 11 year old. I think it was around half or, by your calculations, about 57% ;-)
Here's my two pence worth....

Currently own a two year old Skoda Octavia VRS Diesel DSG. My 24mth 0% finance deal runs out soon.

Cracking car if you can look pass the badge. Also the best 0% deal to get is via this website:
Drive the Deal
They will shop around and get you the best deal from a UK dealer.

CONs: They charge an upfront admin fee and most Skoda have a long delivery time (mine was 4 months).
PROs: You get a very a good deal. I saved my self over £5k after adding all the add ons and my local dealer (DM Keith's) couldn't match it.

BlueHarvestMoon

But the intention is there, otherwise they'd just state "20% off"



Although it isn't 20% off - it's actually 16.67% reduction in the overall price.
Wouldn't it have been easier to say what cars are included probably a smaller list!
I'm sure each time they do this offer the list of exclusions gets longer - shame really, as all the best ones in the range are now excluded.

I have the skoda fabia 1.2 diesel greenline, it's fairly gutless but fine once up to speed. I've done 12k miles since new and am averaging 70mpg overall, I sometimes get 100mpg during my trip to work in the mornings(18 miles), and regularly achieve 90mpg on the motorways if I tailgate a lorry :-)
I've broken down twice in it - though skoda assist have been helpful with hire cars and free repairs. It doesn't look like the car is available under this deal though - I had to wait over 6 months for delivery of mine, from paying a deposit. When demand is high, you don't get discounts!


Monkeybumcheeks

Does anyone know which is the most economical car for distance motorway … Does anyone know which is the most economical car for distance motorway cruising ?Plenty of car experts on here and they usually surface for a good Skoda deal :)Any help would be appreciated guys.Cheers,M.B.C


I have an Octavia Scout 4x4 09 2ltr TDi and the wife has a Fabia 02 1.9TDi and they are brill Skoda ARE VW quality for a lower price and for some models there are waiting lists, so just ignore the old skoda jokes and buy one if you fancy it and even have a test drive.
Skoda Octavia vRS TDi (DSG) ownere here, had 4 Octavias consecutively over about 11 years. My current car was bought on the 24 months int free deal with VAT free (yeah yeah, I know about the maths bit). Sad to say, that deal is waaaay better than this current offer due to the number of exclusions. The jewel in the crown in my opinion is the Octavia vRS followed by the Fabia vRS - both excluded
Hate these misleading adds. Legally you have to pay VAT - so using not VAT is a lie. It should read discounted by VAT price but you can get 20% off at most dealers on all car. Plus not % Finance, it is added to the price, hiked up in the UK compared to the rest of Europe. Rant over.
Go for Toyota Prius, the best car around
cooldude01

Go for Toyota Prius, the best car around



LMAO, too funny man, too funny......X)
think this deal has been going on for a while, I was looking to get the VRS but couldn't find any decent deals for it.

OP should really change the pic as VRS' are excluded from the promotion.
It's a shame that the VRS is currently excluded in the offer, no doubt it will be back in once they catch up on building them after last times popularity.
Prius ? except when you have to change the batterys ! Skoda are launching a new car late summer - The Citago a small runaround.
Edited by: "sparky1953" 2nd Mar 2012
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