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New price:£8,890 - £11,890Used price:£1,918 - £10,072
New price:£12,260 - £19,070Used price:£162 - £14,877
New price:£21,945 - £33,375Used price:£14,947 - £25,984
New price:£25,775 - £42,895Used price:£14,871 - £39,294
New price:£18,315 - £32,370Used price:£141 - £23,690
New price:£13,150 - £20,120Used price:£2,853 - £12,822
Used price:£1,023 - £8,776
New price:£18,415 - £23,145
New price:£20,535 - £38,255Used price:£305 - £28,416
Used price:£3,123 - £18,202
Most popular Skoda reviews
Impressive small hatchback that's wearing wellNew price: £12,260 - £18,835
- Drives well
- Decent equipment on SE L models upwards
- Generous practicality
- Cheap to run
- Narrow range of engines
- Aging platform
- Overshadowed by newer rivals
- No standard-fit air-con on base model
Skoda Kamiq looks sharp, but will it cut through in a crowded market?New price: £0 - £0
- You can expect good value PCP finance
- Skoda SUVs tend to be more comfortable than rivals
- A wide range of engines and trim levels will be offered
- It's a crowded market, littered with talented rivals
- Unlikely to offer an electric option in the short term
- If you want four-wheel drive, look elsewhere
Seven-seat SUV appeals equally to heart and headNew price: £25,775 - £42,895
- Comfortable, practical interior
- Very competitive list prices
- Good roadholding and smooth ride
- Up-to date kit and tech
- Entry-level model is lacking desirable kit
- Petrol models could do with more power
- Manual gearbox is not the slickest
- Interior is functional rather than special
New price: £19,515 - £32,370
- More spacious than ever
- Excellent value
- Range of efficient engines
- 4x4 version available
- Not terribly exciting
- Ride a little firm on 2WD versions
Another capable addition to the family hatchback classNew price: £18,415 - £23,145
- Superb practicality
- Plenty of safety kit on offer
- Refined three-cylinder petrol engines
- Swish new cabin
- Not that fun to drive
- Front of the cabin feels narrower than some rivals
- No alarm or lumbar support on base-spec mode
- Slightly unsettled low-speed ride
Skoda has announced its first plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) – the new Superb iV. It adds the possibility of pure-electric driving plus greater efficiency to Skoda’s flagship large hatchback, and...
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Fancy an upmarket, well-equipped car but don’t have the £40,000 cash needed to put one on the drive? Fear not, personal lease deals and PCP finance offers mean that you can drive...
Shop around for a new car with £100 or £150 to spend per month and there are several great value small cars to choose from. Up that budget to £200...
Putting a brand-new car on the drive every few years used to be a pipe dream for most motorists, but low-cost PCH lease deals and manufacturer PCP finance schemes have made this...
Skoda is a Czech firm with a strong range of excellent cars such as the Fabia, Octavia, Superb, Rapid and Yeti. It has a rich history spanning over 100 years, but the company started off in 1895 as a bicycle manufacturer called Laurin & Klement, and was bought out in 1924 by an arms firm called Skoda Works.
It survived both world wars and in 1945 split from the other parts of the Skoda Works empire, becoming Skoda Auto. By the 1980s the firm was the butt of many jokes thanks to its out-dated line-up but it started to turn things around in 1997 with the introduction of the first Octavia, that also later came in an estate version.
One major reason for the turnaround was due to the Volkswagen Group taking a 30% stake in the company in 1990 and helping privatise the firm. As the years went by VW bought more equity in Skoda, until finally taking 100% in 2000.
By this point Skoda was seen as the entry level brand into the VAG group, and shared much of its technical expertise along with parts and production knowledge. One end result was the Skoda Citigo, a city car that was also launched by VW as the Up.