Skoda has extended its 'No-VAT' offer across all Skoda Octavia, Skoda Fabia and Skoda Roomster models, with a potential saving of up to £3,388. This offer, which was to end at the end of January 2010, will now continue to apply to orders made up to 31st March 2010.
With this price reduction, the hugely popular Skoda Fabia supermini still costs from just £7,870, which represents a customer saving of over £2,100. Meanwhile the multi-award winning Skoda Octavia range is available from just £10,526 on the road.
Buyers who choose the Skoda Superb - TopGear Magazine's Luxury Car of the Year - will benefit from three years or 30,000 miles free servicing.
In addition, low-rate finance through Skoda's Solutions is available across the range, including the recently introduced Skoda Yeti crossover. At just 7.9 per cent APR, Skoda Finance offers rates that are lower than the average high-street bank rates. Add in the flexibility for customers to choose between part-exchanging their car for a new Skoda, make an optional final payment in order to purchase their new car, or simply return it at the end of the contract, and it's clear that there's a Skoda Solution for everyone.
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