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Skoda Reviews

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Good: Small car based on Volkswagen Up. Ideal for town. Economical and cheap to run. Fun to drive. Lower prices than Up and SEAT Mii.
Bad: Cheapest versions not under 100g/km CO2. High incidence of gearbox and clutch failures lost it a star. Timing belts need replacing at 3 years or 30k miles.
Good: Practical cabin with an impressively spacious boot, DAB radio and Bluetooth as standard, comfortable and easy to drive.
Bad: Base model doesn't have air con or alloy wheels.
Good: Solid build quality. Impressive interior space. Good range of small and frugal engines. Composed ride and handling.
Bad: Basic 1.0-litre engine can struggle with a full load on board. Twin boot floor is optional. Materials could be more tactile. Hardly exciting
Good: 400-litre boot.
Bad: On sale later in 2019.
Good: High quality interior with a premium feel. Very practical with a large boot. Quiet and comfortable on the move. One of the best crossovers around.
Bad: Not the most dynamic of designs. Still concerns over possible DSG problems on smaller engined models.
Good: Very quiet, comfortable and easy to drive. Practical, spacious cabin. Good value for money. 2018 Honestjohn.co.uk Car of the Year.
Bad: Some of the best technology is only standard in top models. Seven seats not standard on lower trim levels. Smaller petrols feel underpowered.
Good: Based on award-winning Skoda Kodiaq. Combines practicality with performance.
Bad: Starts at around £43,000. Firm ride. Fake noise can get irritating. Doesn't feel that quick.
Good: Saloon shape but actually a practical hatchback. Far superior interior quality than outgoing model. Very practical with a large boot. Feels solid.
Bad: Comfortable but not exciting to drive.
Good: Roomy. More load space than the old car. Flexible and practical. Haldex clutched 4WD Scout version.
Bad: More expensive than before.
Good: Practical and refined performance version of latest Octavia. Available with excellent TSI engine or more economical TDI unit. Handling much improved over the standard car.
Bad: Top vRS 230 gets more equipment but a considerable firmer ride.
Good: Starts at £16,595. 467-litre boot.
Bad: Deliveries from summer 2019.
Good: Large hatchback that offers excellent value for money. Limousine-like legroom and bootspace. Efficient range of engines.
Bad: Driving experience is more functional than fun. Not much steering 'feel'. Suspension can seem a little unsettled on rough roads.
Good: Near perfect as a practical family estate car. Great value for money. Comfortable and quiet on the move. Huge amounts of rear legroom.
Bad: DSG automatic can sometimes lack quick response and be hesitant.
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