Punchy retail consumer offers continue at Skoda this autumn. The Czech brand’s latest incentives include PCP finance deposit contributions of up to £3,000 on the Octavia (which costs from £17,195) and Superb, on 4.9 percent APR Skoda Solutions PCPs.
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The cheaper the car, the lower the deposit contribution, but £1,800 on the Rapid and £1,000 on the Citigo are still worthwhile; the only models that are excepted are basic Citigo S models, plus SE Technology versions of the Octavia, Superb and Kodiaq.
Skoda’s also showing how much it costs to choose a new car over an old one; while you get £1,500 deposit contributions on both the Yeti and its replacement, the Kodiaq, the latter has a steep 6.1 percent interest rate, while the Solutions PCP on the Yeti is zero percent interest.
The only proviso is the car will be coming from stock, naturally; Kodiaq deliveries begin in January 2018.
And although 2017’s scrappage schemes haven’t quite caused the stir of the originals, Skoda’s continuing to offer up to £4,000 off the price of a new car, for those with a pre-Euro 5 diesel car to trade in.