SKODA car reviews
Skoda Fabia 1.2 SE Estate 5dr Petrol Manual (start/stop) (107 g/km, 89 bhp) Estate (2014 - ) expert review
The Skoda Fabia Estate is very much a does-what-it-says-on-the-tin kind of car. If you’re after an extremely capable supermini, but with extra space and for not that much more money, then this is the car for you. It’s a very good all-rounder, providing space, practicality and equipment in spades. Be sure to choose the right engine, however, otherwise it won’t be nearly so impressive.
Date added: Tuesday 12 May 2015.
Skoda Fabia 1.2 (s/s) SE Hatchback 5dr Petrol DSG (109 g/km, 109 bhp) Hatchback (2014 - ) expert review
The Skoda Fabia is a very capable supermini, doing a good job in most areas, most notably practicality. However, there aren’t enough areas in which it truly shines, so it can’t trouble the best cars in the class. Worth a look if you’re after a less obvious supermini choice, though.
Date added: Thursday 11 December 2014.
Skoda Rapid Spaceback 1.2 SE Spaceback 5dr Petrol Manual (119 g/km, 85 bhp) Hatchback (2013 - ) expert review
The Skoda Rapid Spaceback is a reasonably capable car in most areas, but it’s not particularly impressive in any. Space and equipment are strong points, but rivals are better to drive and higher in quality.
Date added: Wednesday 22 January 2014.
Skoda Octavia 2.0 vRS Hatchback 5dr Petrol DSG (149 g/km, 217 bhp) Hatchback (2013 - ) expert review
People love hot hatches as much for their practicality as much as their performance, and on that score, the Octavia vRS is untouchable. It’s not the sharpest hot hatch out there to drive, but it’s still seriously good fun. It’s affordable and high in quality, too.
Date added: Wednesday 22 January 2014.
Skoda Yeti 2.0 TDI CR DPF Elegance SUV 5dr Diesel Manual (134 g/km, 109 bhp) SUV (2013 - ) expert review
The Skoda Yeti is an excellent SUV. There’s loads of space inside, it’s well equipped and comfortable, and nice-to-drive, too. It’s also got the raised driving position that attracts so many people to cars like these, as well as a range of smooth and powerful engines. It may not get the tongues wagging, but it's so good in so many ways that, if you're in the market for a compact crossover, then it's hard not to recommend one.
Date added: Tuesday 12 November 2013.
The Skoda Octavia estate is a car with few flaws. It’s not all that exciting to drive, but it’s simply brilliant at everything else.
Date added: Tuesday 07 May 2013.
Skoda Octavia 1.6TDI SE Hatchback 5dr Diesel Manual (99 g/km, 104 bhp) Hatchback (2013 - ) expert review
The Skoda Octavia has gone upmarket, with a high quality interior, extra legroom and a huge hatchback boot. It represents excellent value for money and is perfectly suited to families.
Date added: Tuesday 29 January 2013.
Skoda Rapid 1.6TDI SE Hatchback 5dr Diesel Manual (114 g/km, 89 bhp) Hatchback (2012 - ) expert review
The Skoda Rapid is the first model to arrive with Skoda’s latest design language, which majors on clean, elegant and timeless design. It’s certainly an unfussy car, with a strong crease - or tornado line - flowing from the headlights all the way along the sides of the car to the rear light clusters.
Date added: Thursday 19 July 2012.
Skoda Citigo 1.0 SE Hatchback 3dr Petrol Manual (105 g/km, 59 bhp) Hatchback (2012 - ) expert review
The Skoda Citigo is the most youthful model in Skoda’s range, and is sure to attract urbanites with its low running costs and by being downright fun to own.
Date added: Tuesday 21 February 2012.
The Skoda Fabia vRS Estate is a deeply practical yet astonishingly quick supermini. Those subdued looks also make it the perfect city stealth weapon.
Date added: Tuesday 04 January 2011.
James Richardson tests the estate version of the award-winning Skoda Fabia hatchback
Date added: Tuesday 05 May 2015.
The new Skoda Superb lives up to its name - good value, handsome and absolutely vast inside. It makes a very compelling case for itself
Date added: Friday 01 May 2015.
Skoda has revealed the all-new Superb in Geneva
Date added: Wednesday 18 February 2015.
Skoda's third-generation Fabia is all-new from the ground up. Ivan Aistrop discovers whether the new car has what it takes to trouble the big boys in the supermini class.
Date added: Friday 24 October 2014.