Tag : Skoda
Skoda has added a new Sportline trim to its Kodiaq seven-seat SUV, bringing a range of styling add-ons.
Business customers can now use Skoda’s Live Tour virtual showroom to get a real-time tour of the Skoda range, including an exclusive reveal of the forthcoming … Read More »
SMEs can now access benefits including real-time fleet data and a no-quibble tyre replacement and 24 hour on-call solution under a new service from Skoda.
Sportiness with a sensible side; the vRS is one of the Octavia’s long list of talents, says Alex Grant.
Skoda’s Qashqai-rivalling Karoq crossver will be priced from £20,875 with order books to open from 3 October.
Skoda has expanded the line-up for its recently facelifted Octavia (see road test here) with a new 1.5 TSI petrol engine.
Car groups including Renault-Nissan, VW and Kia have become the latest manufacturers to launch scrappage schemes intended to tempt buyers to new, less-polluting vehicles.
Clancy Plant has renewed their fleet contract with Skoda, who has already supplied 11 vehicles, with a further 20 due to be added later this year…
The versatile Octavia has a solution to suit most business needs, says Alex Grant.
Skoda’s true fleet registrations growth rose 16.1% year-on-year for the first half of 2017, driven by increasing corporate customer agreements.
Skoda has launched new petrol engine variants for its fleet-orientated Octavia and Superb SE Technology models, citing increased demand from customers.
Skoda practicality in a fashionable SUV – the Kodiaq can’t go far wrong, says Alex Grant.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… High Court rules against challenge to air quality plan Environmental lawyers at ClientEarth have lost their latest … Read More »
Skoda has made two senior appointments to its fleet team as it looks to drive true fleet growth further.
Skoda is updating its flagship Superb model for 2018 with new infotainment, comfort and driver assistance features.
Can Skoda’s new large SUV give the brand yet another opportunity in fleet? By Steve Moody.
Employees under 25 rate company cars as a key benefit when looking for work, new research finds.