Skoda cuts prices on all Octavias and selected Fabias
6 August 2005

From now until 30 September, Skoda is to make its range even better value for money. The manufacturer, recently found in a What Car survey to be maker of Europe’s most reliable cars, is reducing prices on all Octavia models and continues its “Big on Values” offer for the Fabia.

All petrol Octavia models have been reduced by £700, and all diesel models by £350, with the Octavia hatch 1.6 FSI Ambiente receiving the greatest reduction – now £725 cheaper at £12,990. The Fabia range now offers free air conditioning on all models, and savings of at least £1000 on most models. The biggest reduction is on the entry level 1.2 HTP 54bhp hatchback, now priced at £6995 OTR, a saving of £1130. The only Fabias not included in the offer are the Sport, vRS and Estate Bohemia models.

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