SKODA Octavia £0 VAT & £500 deposit contribution & 3 years free servicing
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SKODA Octavia £0 VAT & £500 deposit contribution & 3 years free servicing

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Found 4th Jul 2012
SKODA have just enhanced the NO VAT deal on Octavia models with an additional £500 deposit contribution and 3 years free servicing when you take their finance.
The Octavia has recently just won the "What Car" Best Family Car award and at AutoExpress SKODA just picked up 5 out of 13 awards.
This offer is available across the range of all models including the fantastic VRS and both the Hatch and Estate models saving up to £4,575 + free servicing.

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Petrol models only
- agnostic

£500 deposit contribution only if taking finance deal
- Bully

Definitely DOES include Diesel models
- kristmace
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It's obviously a good car for the money considering almost every private hire is pretty much an Octavia
Pretty good if you want one!
Does it sound like a golf?
So how much I could loose if I want pay for this car monthly during 5 years?
does this include there diesel models
This is a good deal, but yet again this is a misleading way of pitching the deal saying 'NO VAT'. VAT will be paid on this car, it is a discount from the seller to an equivalent value of the VAT. I wish they would stop pitching deals like this as it just keeps reinforcing the idea that paying any tax is a bad thing, which leads to people like Jimmy Carr etc.
amazing you have to take finance to get the £500? why can i just have £500 off the car price
cubed

amazing you have to take finance to get the £500? why can i just have … amazing you have to take finance to get the £500? why can i just have £500 off the car price



Because the finance earns them more money? Pretty straightforward really.
CHEEPSTUFFRULES!

This is a good deal, but yet again this is a misleading way of pitching … This is a good deal, but yet again this is a misleading way of pitching the deal saying 'NO VAT'. VAT will be paid on this car, it is a discount from the seller to an equivalent value of the VAT. I wish they would stop pitching deals like this as it just keeps reinforcing the idea that paying any tax is a bad thing, which leads to people like Jimmy Carr etc.


Paying tax is a good thing?

It is the same price as if you were to pay no VAT on the original price, so not really that misleading. It's 20% off - that's what matters. I don't think anyone really believes that Skoda have struck a deal with the Inland Revenue to not pay tax on selected cars.
Quick, vote hot cos' te BMW and Audi lovers are busy on the Romanian car thread.
the only thing straightforward is that nobody has learnt anything from the credit crunch.
Uglier than my wife
Sliwka

So how much I could loose if I want pay for this car monthly during 5 … So how much I could loose if I want pay for this car monthly during 5 years?


Five years in an Octavia?

Your mind.
seezyf

Uglier than my wife


Impossible.
Sliwka

So how much I could loose if I want pay for this car monthly during 5 … So how much I could loose if I want pay for this car monthly during 5 years?



Not your superb spelling ability. That's stays in the bank.
Jack-L92

Impossible.



Brutal, but it made me smile
Rather have this than a Romanian Dust Buster.
oxon

Five years in an Octavia?Your mind.



Nope. Been in my last one for over 6 years and still loving it (1.8T 4x4 chipped to over 200BHP)
oxon

Five years in an Octavia?Your mind.



I have an Octavia vRS. I wouldn't call it ugly. Nice car, I would certainly buy another.

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/EDITORIAL/editorial_images/deals_thumbjpg(1).jpg
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oxon

Five years in an Octavia?Your mind.



Hey Oxon - have you driven the Octavia much? I love my VRS the best car in its price range.

The finance I would gues is more around loyalty.
Roll up, roll up and lets all play HUKD car deal bingo!

Just tick them off as you go -

* Buy a x year old BMW/Mercedes/Audi instead

* Wouldn't be seen dead in a Skoda

* Poor man's VW

* Buy a banger for £300 instead

Good luck guys!
Edited by: "Crammage" 4th Jul 2012
Perhaps HotUKDeals ought to make a section for Apple & Skoda haters!
Dacia Duster far cheaper...
That's stays in the bank. That's not right either.

Now that I've bought it to your attention can you please fix your floored grandmar.
I have driven many cars thru work on hire over the last few years - the Octavia VRS was superb - defo on my shortlist when getting a new car
gcmarcal

Quick, vote hot cos' te BMW and Audi lovers are busy on the Romanian car … Quick, vote hot cos' te BMW and Audi lovers are busy on the Romanian car thread.



I have hired an Audi because my Volvo is in the garage. It's okay, but frankly, I prefer the Volvo. I used to drive an Audi years ago, and it was also an okay car, nothing to get excited about.
Edited by: "GDB2222" 4th Jul 2012
dsuk

Dacia Duster far cheaper...


Also far less safer.
djvrs

I have an Octavia vRS. I wouldn't call it ugly. Nice car, I would … I have an Octavia vRS. I wouldn't call it ugly. Nice car, I would certainly buy another.



Would agree I have a vRS which wiull be 5 years old this October, my second Octavia, so 8 years in total. Fantastic Car if you can see passed the Skoda Badge. At least I can say I drive a vRS or an Octavia, couldn't bring myself to say I drive a Duster, even saying it makes me smile :-)
Some models are interest free finance too.
How do you get to the actual 10,771 price?
StevieC

Would agree I have a vRS which wiull be 5 years old this October, my … Would agree I have a vRS which wiull be 5 years old this October, my second Octavia, so 8 years in total. Fantastic Car if you can see passed the Skoda Badge. At least I can say I drive a vRS or an Octavia, couldn't bring myself to say I drive a Duster, even saying it makes me smile :-)


http://image.made-in-china.com/4f0j00uMFaqRotaQcN/Diesel-Road-Sweeper-SHZ-18A-.jpg
You drive a DUSTER?
oddballjamie

Some models are interest free finance too.



but require a large deposit 50%
CHEEPSTUFFRULES!

This is a good deal, but yet again this is a misleading way of pitching … This is a good deal, but yet again this is a misleading way of pitching the deal saying 'NO VAT'. VAT will be paid on this car, it is a discount from the seller to an equivalent value of the VAT. I wish they would stop pitching deals like this as it just keeps reinforcing the idea that paying any tax is a bad thing, which leads to people like Jimmy Carr etc.


It is mentioned: "Reduction equivalent to 20% VAT applied to original base price including factory fitted optional extras available on selected models (exclusions apply). VAT applies to reduced price."
I wonder how many Skoda haters have actually ever driven one? Not many I'd guess? I've had three, the latest is 5 years old and covered 117k pretty much trouble free and very comfortable miles - at one point I was doing a 150 daily commute. And those issues I have had, have been sorted pretty much FOC, even outside the three year warranty. Oh, and I suppose they hate SEAT too, just as much?
Have a 1.6 tdi octavia £30 a yr road tax and very cheap to run, no brainer really...
roscoe2000

How do you get to the actual 10,771 price?



I get lower price to be honest

cheapest model £13885
- 20% (2777)
- £500
= £10,608
Good car, reliable workhorse car. Does what it says on the tin.

Downside people may have a hang up about the badge, but if you overlook that a top car.
hmm... you gotta read the small print... " Up to 3 years or 30,000 miles (whichever comes first) free servicing is available when purchased with ŠKODA Finance."

Just 30.000 miles is one year for a lot of people, not 3 years. Probably means 2 oil changes and that is it.
johntrfc

but require a large deposit 50%


Cash buyers can keep it in isa a little longer or use an existing part ex for the 50%.
It will help someone.
Nice cars , see past the badge peeps and you will like also
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