Skoda’s entire range of eco-friendly GreenLine cars is now available through the Motability scheme.
Motability is a charity that lets people who receive Government funded mobility allowances exchange them for a new car every three years with insurance and breakdown assistance included.
The Skoda Octavia GreenLine III 1.6 TDI 110 hatch and estate has now been added to the scheme, meaning drivers will be able to benefit from combined fuel consumption of 88.3mpg, along with low CO2 emissions of 85g/km.
There will be an advanced payment of £495 or £995 for the hatch and estate respectively, or alternatively customers can opt for a smaller Skoda with no money to be paid upfront.
Both the Fabia (in hatch and estate form) and the Rapid hatch are available as part of the scheme with no advance payment, while the Yeti is available in GreenLine form from as little as £195 up front.
With its owners shouting about the Yeti’s excellent practicality and ease of driving in the latest Driver Power survey, the Yeti makes a lot of sense as a car for the Motability customer.
Skoda UK’s Rental and Motability Manager Andy Thomas said: “The addition of the entire GreenLine model range further reinforces our continued strategy of building brand presence on the Scheme.
“Sales during the first quarter of this year have been extremely encouraging, a trend that we will be looking to continue as we move through 2014.”