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New Year offers from Skoda

Skoda has extended its popular 'VAT-free' offer until the end of January. It means that while some car manufacturers have increased prices, Skoda is offering deals worth 20 per cent off.

The VAT-free offer is available on all Fabia and Roomster models, as well as Octavia and Superb petrol models, meaning that buyers can make potential savings of £3,388. As before, there's nothing complicated about the deal ­- customers pay for the car, Skoda takes care of the VAT.

For used vehicles, Skoda has extended its fixed-price service plan. The scheme, which allows owners to get up to 2 years of servicing for a fixed fee of £299, has been extended to include used vehicles up to six years old. What's more, customers buying a used Skoda before 31 January 2011 will also get a £100 voucher, to be redeemed at their local Skoda retailer on parts, accessories or merchandise.

Finally, Skoda's affordable finance schemes continue into 2011, starting at an HP APR rate of 5.9 per cent, while Skoda's Solutions Personal Contract Plan (PCP) attracts a 7.9 per cent APR, is very flexible and allows drivers to drive off in a new Škoda for the cost of one month's payment as a deposit. Both the HP and PCP offers can be combined with Škoda's outstanding VAT-free campaign.

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