Skoda Octavia

The Skoda Octavia is offered by the Czech VW subsidiary since 1996 as a new car and is priced as a cheap alternative to Ford Mondeo, Honda Accord and Vauxhall Insignia at hand. Currently, the 3rd generation is now available as a sedan and station wagon since the year 2013. Since 2009, the Skoda Octavia II (1Z) was made ​​as a new car with improved engines, which are also used in the VW Golf or VW Passat. With the new edition of the Skoda Octavia connected, the (MBQ) has on the modular transverse matrix from Wolfsburg forge, striking headlights were integrated into the front end and thus to mark the new face of the Czechs who is very similar to the VW Passat now. Enlarged exterior mirrors and a structured rear with new tail lights round off the new design of the Skoda Octavia. The interior of the Skoda Octavia has been optimized with current materials and components for improved comfort and is based on models such as the Opel Insignia and Renault Megane. The five-door hatchback and the spacious Skoda Octavia, both with front-wheel drive, available in seven trim levels and include a variety of four-cylinder engines, including diesel engines. As an alternative to the standard manual transmissions in the Skoda Octavia, a dual clutch transmission (DSG) optional selection and surcharge is ready. The most efficient petrol engine is the 1.2-liter TSI petrol engine, almost a masterpiece from the VW Golf 7, with an output of 105 hp, a top speed of 192 km / h with an average fuel consumption of just 5.7 liters per 100 kilometers. The most powerful version of the Skoda Octavia is provided by a 200 hp 2.0 TSI engine. On diesel engines are 6 different units available that make 105-170 hp.