Skoda Octavia SE Connect - 25% off - Was £18650 NOW £13990
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Skoda Octavia SE Connect - 25% off - Was £18650 NOW £13990

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Found 8th Feb 2013
We are currently offering a massive 25% off the ŠKODA Octavia SE Connect 1.6 TDI CR 105PS†. The price of this model was £18,650 OTR, but is now available for just £13,990* OTR.

That’s not all, this SE Connect also comes with lots of attractive features including: 16” ‘Crateris’ alloy wheels, Bluetooth, Rear parking sensors, MDI, Maxidot (trip computer) and Metallic paint.

This model is available in Brilliant Silver; Steel Grey and Anthracite Grey metallic only, but hurry, limited stocks available.


OUT OF STOCK AT MOST DEALERS
- J400uk

There was only 2000 of these available across the UK.
- TheDelBoy

178 Comments

For the money, seems like a lot of car...

Isn't this the tail end of the old model.

Original Poster

eek

Isn't this the tail end of the old model.



You're probably right but it's a hell of a car of the money (IMHO)

Look at most VAG cars and they still use some bits from parts bin used on cars over 10 years ago.

Good car. I'm sure someone will be along soon to tell us second hand cars are cheaper......

If I was after this offer, it would have to be in Anthracite Grey, lovely!

http://i.imgur.com/YdwN2Xg.jpg

HOT!

Beware DPF

cooley

Beware DPF


Beware people doing short pointless journeys in a diesel.

eek

Isn't this the tail end of the old model.



It is, but good value.

anewman

Look at most VAG cars and they still use some bits from parts bin used on … Look at most VAG cars and they still use some bits from parts bin used on cars over 10 years ago.



Ok, name some parts then instead of making a blanket statement like most ill informed people here always do.

(_;)

anewman

Beware people doing short pointless journeys in a diesel.



He made people aware. You don't need to try to be sarcastic.

That will be a load of Private Hire (mini cab) drivers sorted then.

Clearing out old stock for the new model thats due soon. Nothing wrong with that though as the Octavia is a great family car.

anewman

Beware people doing short pointless journeys in a diesel.



INteresting.....not heard about this.....I am after another car for my wife.....figured I would rather pay a bit extra for diesel even though she does mainly town driving and not many miles......so prob better getting a petrol version and saving a few quid at the start too

AA site says
If you're buying a new car and plan to use it mainly for town-based, stop/start driving it would be wise to avoid a diesel car fitted with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) because of the possible hassle of incomplete 'DPF regeneration'.

had a lie in the back of one of these last summer during a spot of dogging,nice car plenty of room in the back

Depending how you drive & what you want depends how much of a deal this is...... Have driven a similar one at work & is a pile of.... If you drive slowly & want a cheap car maybe a deal

mgk definately avoid a diesel for regular short journeys with a DPF. I had an 2007 VRS company car and the DPF had to be cleaned on 4 occassions in 3 years. If you are paying it is not cheap and if it fails it is big money. Having said that I now have a maxda 3 2'2 sport diesel with DPF and that has been faultless and has regenerated itself very well.

Cracking engines, I do custom live tuning and these tune really well. DPF can be removed too.

great price for a decent sized family car, tall end of the model too usually means a decent amount of extras. hot

good to see.....119g CO2 == @ £30 a year road tax !!!

DPF is no big deal as long as you're aware of how they work....... I have one in my Focus and if i've just been doing short journeys in town for a while, then i give it a blast up the motorway, but it gets used for long runs often anyway.
But you shouldn't buy a diesel if you only ever use it as an intown run around.

Hot hot. The Octavia is an excellent car, especially the mk2, and a good time to buy one before the bigger more expensive mk3 comes out.

Biker Jeff

DPF is no big deal as long as you're aware of how they work....... I have … DPF is no big deal as long as you're aware of how they work....... I have one in my Focus and if i've just been doing short journeys in town for a while, then i give it a blast up the motorway, but it gets used for long runs often anyway.But you shouldn't buy a diesel if you only ever use it as an intown run around.

then why are they so popular with taxi drivers

erm, isn't this the 3?

anewman

Beware people doing short pointless journeys in a diesel.

beware. People travelling over three hundred miles a week for eight months of the year to caravan followed by four months to work and back along motorway. Short journeys is a myth. I have spent more on my DPF on my 2009 car than any other car I have owned. Repeat.-beware DPF.

Hot hot. The Octavia is an excellent car, especially the mk2, and a good time to buy one before the bigger more expensive mk3 comes out.

Banned

it uses the Vw Passat engine, hot im off to buy 3 of this for the kids

know loads of guys who drive short journeys around town in diesel vans with no problems ,
is it only cars that have a problem with this ?

mrkritt

then why are they so popular with taxi drivers



Because diesels are fuel efficient and they can do big miles...... but taxi drivers often do runs long enough to regenerate the DPF anyway...... and even if they didn't for a while, a taxi driver will know how to look after the DPF by giving it a blast now & again.

Hot hot. The Octavia is an excellent car, especially the mk2, and a good time to buy one before the bigger more expensive mk3 comes out.

kaiser051

had a lie in the back of one of these last summer during a spot of … had a lie in the back of one of these last summer during a spot of dogging,nice car plenty of room in the back


skoda and dogging in the same quote think I'd have kept that one quiet.
Edited by: "RichoRocks" 8th Feb 2013

Why wouldn't you pick up a new bmw 3 series or mercedes c class second hand with 20-30K on the clock in diesel rather than this poop? just my opnion.

Borrowed my mother's Octavia Est 2.0 TD last Summer. 5 people + 1 dog, est full for a month in Spain, roof box & 1 bike on roof. Accrington to Dover then Calais, 130KPH through France, 120KPH through Spain, non stop down to Valencia. Comfortable & an incredible 48.9 mpg. Over 3,000 mile round trip & I have never been so impressed with a car - and it's done 70,000 miles - felt & drove like new. I'd have one in a shot, outstanding car & a great deal.

plane_boy2000

Good car. I'm sure someone will be along soon to tell us second hand … Good car. I'm sure someone will be along soon to tell us second hand cars are cheaper......


3ak

Why wouldn't you pick up a new bmw 3 series or mercedes c class second … Why wouldn't you pick up a new bmw 3 series or mercedes c class second hand with 20-30K on the clock in diesel rather than this poop? just my opnion.



it didn't take too long

booble

Hot hot. The Octavia is an excellent car, especially the mk2, and a good … Hot hot. The Octavia is an excellent car, especially the mk2, and a good time to buy one before the bigger more expensive mk3 comes out.



You can say that again...

Oops sorry for multiple post, damn phone.

I prefer diesel engines, i like the torque of them......
But buyers should be aware that you pay a premium for a diesel engine, the fuel is about 8p a ltr more expensive and servicing is more expensive.
If you do low miles, it may not be much of a saving with mpg V the costs above.

Cold!

You can get this for 5x the price.......

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.autoblog.com/media/2011/11/2013-nissan-gt-r-la.jpg
Edited by: "emiratesstadium" 8th Feb 2013

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