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Skoda Octavia Scout Paramedic

Hot on the heels of its success in the emergency sector, Skoda has released a purpose-built medical car – the 4 x 4 Octavia Scout Paramedic – which made its debut at the National Association of Police Fleet Managers (NAPFM) exhibition in Swindon on 14 and 15 August 2007.

The Octavia Scout Paramedic is Skoda’s first purpose-built, fully-operational medical car and has been commissioned as a direct response to the high demand for the Octavia Estate 4x4, launched in the UK last June.

Martin Burke, Head of Business Sales at Skoda, comments: “We have been inundated with orders from the emergency services in the last few months. Releasing a purpose-built, part-equipped car like the Scout Paramedic allows us to meet the needs of our clients quickly and accurately.

“With its off-road ability, the 4x4 Octavia Scout Paramedic is particularly suited to emergency situations in places of limited access such as country roads, flooded fields and rocky hills. We decided to unveil the vehicle at the NAPFM exhibition to showcase the clear benefits the Scout can bring to the police force in light of the ever increasing challenges they face.”

As well as offering “an extra bit of car” Skoda offers its business customers high quality customer service and a personal approach which differentiate the car manufacture in the highly competitive fleet market.

The Octavia Scout Paramedic is now available to the fleet market. For more information please contact Skoda's Business Sales Team on 08457 745 745

Published : 16/08/07 Author : Melanie Carter

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