Skoda has just made its family friendly MPV even better by adding a whole host of goodies to the Roomster 2, completely free of charge.
With value for money, low running costs and high fuel efficiency topping the wish list of more and more car buyers, families opting for the Roomster 2 are now getting £1,500 worth of additional equipment in a fun and economical car.
The Family Pack is designed to offer even more comfort to a family on the move thanks to features such as panoramic sunroof, acoustic rear parking sensors, metallic paint, sunset glass and electric rear windows.
“Our revolutionary MPV gives families everything they need from a car – practicality, value and style. The Roomster 2 is a popular family choice which is why we are offering the ‘Family Pack’ on this trim,” says Warren Richards, Product Marketing Manager at Skoda.
The Skoda Roomster 2, priced from just £11,630 OTR, is already extremely well equipped with 15 " ‘Avior’ alloy wheels, air conditioning, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, electric front windows, remote central locking, curtain airbags and a trip computer all included as standard.
Skoda’s clever MPV features bundles of space, impressive fuel economy and great visibility for passengers thanks to raised rear seats enabling small children to see out of oversized rear windows. Split into a driving room in the front and a spacious and airy living room in the rear, the Roomster is a fun car for drivers and passengers alike.
The vehicle’s efficient fuel consumption results in lower day-to-day running costs and reduced environmental impact. The 1.4TDI 80bhp engine can achieve up to 62.8mpg and emit just 135g/km of CO2, providing a cheaper, cleaner drive.
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