Skoda 0% VAT & 0% APR on Selected models.
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Skoda 0% VAT & 0% APR on Selected models.

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Found 12th Dec 2012
Skoda 0% VAT & 0% APR is back again

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0% VAT model inclusions: Fabia S, GreenLine II, SE, SE Plus, Elegance, Monte Carlo, vRS and Scout. Roomster S, GreenLine II, SE, SE Plus and Scout. Octavia S, SE, SE Plus, vRS, vRS Blackline, GreenLine II, Elegance and L & K. Superb Hatch S, SE, SE Plus and Elegance (including L & K). Superb Estate S, SE, SE Plus and Elegance (including L & K) petrol models only.



0% APR representative model inclusions: Fabia Elegance and Scout. Roomster Scout. Octavia Elegance and L & K. Superb Hatch Elegance (including L & K). Superb Estate Elegance (including L & K) petrol models only.

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† 0% APR representative hire purchase offer applies to selected new models. Minimum 50% deposit required.

Was going to get a 1.2tsi fabia monte carlo using this offer, but it's just a little bit too old of a car. Old relative got a fabia scout though, which is included in both deals, so real cheap.

No wonder they are offering this if you have to build your own....

not good car electric problems and alarm system irratating I have 1.2 Fabia turbo petrol 2012 model, dealer offered 3k off what I paid in March as p/ex. will live with it for now

0% chance of me buying one

Pretty much skint
Edited by: "siadwel" 12th Dec 2012

I've had no problems with my Octavia apart from the rear washer gumming up every now and again. Build quality seems excellent.

Had a Fabia Monte Carlo 1.2TSI as a courtesy car and was really impressed with it.

They might be good cars if you hang on to them for a few years but sales must be grim at Skoda if they have to make offers of 0% finance and 20% discount. Hate to think what the residuals will be like in 3 years. I would personally pay more for a VW with more street cred and better price come p/ex or sale

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They might be good cars if you hang on to them for a few years but sales … They might be good cars if you hang on to them for a few years but sales must be grim at Skoda if they have to make offers of 0% finance and 20% discount. Hate to think what the residuals will be like in 3 years. I would personally pay more for a VW with more street cred and better price come p/ex or sale

Suzuki have no vat deals at the moment too. You can go up to a ford dealer and expect to get 20% off anyway. Don't think sales are grim with the new citigo and rapide.

Sales are 'grim' because the new models are about to be released. That normally brings a slump in sales, which they try to address by pushing offers like this (which map pretty well to a good deal you could get through skilled haggling anyway).

Not quite 'expired' yet, but some of these cars are no longer possible to order from the factory - I know reasonably certainly that the Octavia estate is no longer possible to order, as I got mine through the system just before orders closed. There may be some new units still lurking around in the system, but they're few and far between and can disappear quickly.
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