Who Owns Skoda?
Skoda is one of several car manufacturers that sit under the German Volkswagen Group. Skoda has been fully owned by Volkswagen since 2000.
What is the Skoda Logo?
The Skoda logo is winged arrow, and was originally registered for the brand in 1923. According to Skoda, the arrow represents speed, the feathers progress and freedom, the eye precision and the circle unity.
Where is Skoda From?
Though now owned by the German Volkswagen Group, Skoda is a Czech company in origin, founded in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic (then part of Austria-Hungary) in 1895.
Where are Skoda Cars Made?
The main Skoda factory is still located in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic. Skoda also have manufacturing facilities in Kvasiny, Vrchlabi and Prague.
How Much is a Skoda?
Skoda’s smallest car, the Skoda Fabia, starts from just over £12,000 new and for a larger family car like the Octavia, prices start around £20,000.
What are the most popular used Skoda cars?
Skoda Fabia - The Skoda Fabia is small enough for city living but sturdy enough for regular motorway driving. The current Skoda Fabia is the third generation of the car and was launched in 2015. A second hand Skoda Fabia is available with a range of engine options, in hatchback and estate versions.
Skoda Citigo - The Skoda Citigo is an ultra-compact car which is perfect for city life. It’s funky, surprisingly refined, returns great fuel economy and is incredibly easy to park. A used Skoda Citigo is available in several trim levels. You could find a used Skoda Citigo from around £3,500 from one of the trusted dealers.
Skoda Karoq - The Skoda Karoq is a mid-sized SUV. If you’re after chunky looks, a commanding driving position aligned with plenty of room for a family and solid build quality – plus tempting pricing - then it might be the second hand car for you. You could find a used Skoda Karoq starting at £13,000 from one of our trusted used car dealerships.