Quite frankly, you can never have enough information on Skoda, so we should be thankful that the Czech car manufacturer has launched a new Twitter account.
Going under the username @skodaautonews, the channel will deliver corporate information, model news and exclusive details from new product launches. Indeed, from today, Skoda will be tweeting from the press launch of the revised Fabia.
More than 40 unique #SKODA Classic cars are attending the 46th Oldtimer-Grand-Prix at the famous @nuerburgring circuit on this weekend. ŠKODA formula 3, 1100 OHC Roadster, legendary 200 and 130 RS models and many more. pic.twitter.com/dT0qkXsIAt
— ŠKODA AUTO NEWS (@skodaautonews) August 8, 2018
Jens Katemann, head of communications at Skoda said: “We want to address many target groups, including journalists, bloggers and fans, through our Twitter account @skodaautonews. Everyone can now find out about our company and get in touch with Skoda quickly and directly via Twitter.
“The Skoda Storyboard has already given the brand a strong boost in terms of branding and reputation. Now we are taking the next step and sharing the fascination of Skoda on Twitter.”
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2018 Skoda Fabia
The revised Skoda Fabia features a new look, five trim grades, four engine options, plus hatchback and estate variants. Dealers will take your order now, with first deliveries expected in September.
Prices start from £11,160 for the entry-level 1.0-litre S model, rising to £17,950 for the 1.0-litre turbocharged DSG SE L estate. LED daytime running lights are now standard across the range, while front-assist and a multifunction trip computer are included on all models for the first time.
In the meantime, the outgoing Fabia is available with a £2,000 contribution towards your finance deposit, with repayments from £149 a month.