Skoda's new trim level offers lots of additional kit and savings of up to £1320
4 May 2011

Skoda has launched an all new SE plus trim-level to boost the appeal of its model range.

The new trim sits between the SE and the range-topping Elegance specification, with customers saving up to £1320 on the Octavia SE plus.

Octavia features above SE trim include 16-inch alloys, ‘Kristal’ interior, rear parking sensors, touch-screen sat-nav, Bluetooth, multi-function steering wheel and ‘Media Device Interface’.

Two new engines also feature in the new trim-level – a 1.8-litre 150bhp TSI engine available on the Yeti, Octavia and Superb and a new 108bhp 2.0-litre TDI CR unit for the Octavia.

Prices for the new range start from £11,825 for the Skoda Fabia SE plus – giving customers a saving of £620 - rising to £21,350 for the Superb SE plus – a saving of £1275 over the SE variant.

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