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SKODA Octavia

  • tickMasses of space
  • tickGenerous equipment
  • tickWide range of engine choices

Skoda Octavia hatchback (2017 - )

Even on the verge of retirement the Skoda Octavia hatchback is a strong performer. It’s spacious, well-equipped and priced keenly, and full of clever features to make everyday life easier. It all adds up to a very attractive package and, for our money, it’s one of the very best cars of its type.
Our verdict

Is the SKODA Octavia a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

SKODA Octavia running costs

Is it economically good?

SKODA Octavia safety

How well it assists you to stay safe.

SKODA Octavia features

Driver technology, media, and styling.

SKODA Octavia reliability

How durable it is.

SKODA Octavia interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

SKODA Octavia performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Our expert review

See what Rory Reid and the team think about this car

The Octavia is well-priced compared with its rivals, especially considering how much car you get for the money. And with a new model on the way you can hope for some attractive deals as Skoda dealers clear existing stock to make room for the replacement. All the engines in the slimmed-down run-out range are within Band G or H on CO2 and both regular petrol options are particularly attractive on this score, though the sporty vRS does incur a Benefit In Kind hit. The 1.5-litre TSI petrol looks particularly attractive, having decent performance, the best numbers for company drivers and no penalty in fuel consumption either. Diesels will cost a little more in tax but will be better on fuel if you rack up big miles, so make a calculation based on how you’re likely to use the car.
The Octavia is well-priced compared with its rivals, especially considering how much car you get for the money. And with a new model on the way you can hope for some attractive deals as Skoda dealers clear existing stock to make room for the replacement. All the engines in the slimmed-down run-out range are within Band G or H on CO2 and both regular petrol options are particularly attractive on this score, though the sporty vRS does incur a Benefit In Kind hit. The 1.5-litre TSI petrol looks particularly attractive, having decent performance, the best numbers for company drivers and no penalty in fuel consumption either. Diesels will cost a little more in tax but will be better on fuel if you rack up big miles, so make a calculation based on how you’re likely to use the car.

SKODA Octavia buying and leasing deals

With 244 new and 2,858 used SKODA Octavia cars available on Auto Trader, we have the largest range of cars for sale across the UK.

BRAND NEW DEALS

Find 127 brand new SKODA Octavias

NEW & USED CARS

Find 3103 new & used SKODA Octavias

LEASING DEALS

Find 45 SKODA Octavias to lease

Price range

Find out how much the SKODA Octavia new and used cars sell for on Auto Trader

Most popular trims on Auto Trader

TDI
£625 to £30,750
Find 1,353 cars
TSI
£2,150 to £31,560
Find 683 cars
SE L
£4,795 to £28,995
Find 568 cars
SE Technology
£5,750 to £23,300
Find 549 cars
TSi
£8,200 to £26,995
Find 533 cars
vRS
£1,500 to £27,165
Find 471 cars

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Leasing deals

These deals are based on terms of 8,000 miles, for a 36 month lease with a 6 months initial payment.

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