Latest offers from Skoda | Car Talk - Car News Jul 2019


11:09 Tuesday 09 Jul 2019

New summer offers announced this week by Skoda include a range of new low rate finance deals and deposit contributions of up to £3,000.

Flagship Superb models benefit from the biggest saving courtesy of a £3,000 deposit contribution when purchased on a 4.9% APR representative Solutions PCP plan.  The deal is available on all current model year Superb models bar the SE Technology trim.  

SUV buyers can drive away the multi award-winning Kodiaq on a Solutions PCP deal with a £2,000 deposit contribution and 5.9% APR representative, while the compact Karoq model has a deposit contribution of up to £1,950 for diesel models and £1,250 for petrol powered variants.

The all-new Scala can be also be picked up with a finance deposit contribution of £1,250 when purchased with a Solutions PCP at 5.9% APR Representative, while the same deal sees the ever-popular Octavia come with a £2,500 deposit contribution on all models except the SE Technology.

The Fabia attracts a finance deposit contribution of up to £2,000 and an APR rate of 4.0% when financed through a Solutions PCP, while the Citigo is available with a finance deposit contribution of up to £1,650 when purchased with a Solutions PCP at 4.9% APR Representative.

An inclusive service plan that covers the first two services can be added for just £159, or just £99 on Fabia and Citigo models.


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