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Skoda launches petrol versions of fleet-specific Octavia and Superb models

Skoda Octavia

Increased demand for petrol engines from business customers has led to Škoda UK launching new variants of the Octavia and Superb in fleet-specific SE Tech trim levels.

The Octavia estate 1.0 TSI 115PS DSG uses a seven-speed automatic gearbox, which enables it to achieve up to 65.7 mpg on the combined cycle and CO2 emissions of 108g/km CO2.

P11D prices for this model start from £20,755 with a BIK rate of 23%.

Also available is the 1.4 TSI 150PS with manual and DSG gearbox.

From July 26, an all-new 1.5-litre engine featuring active cylinder technology (ACT) will join the line-up and will be available with a manual gearbox with P11D values starting at £19,615 for the hatch and £20,815 for the estate.

The DSG version will be introduced in the autumn.

The Superb is available with a 1.4 TSI engine that delivers 150PS.

Henry Williams, Škoda head of fleet, said: “We have added petrol engines to the Škoda fleet range due to increasing demand from customers.

"Octavia and Superb already offer a formidable package and by adding even more choice we are demonstrating our commitment to respond to the changing market and the needs of our customers.”

SE Tech trim level includes eight-inch touchscreen navigation system as standard and the inclusion of SmartLink+ which links to both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus a Maxi-Dot Trip computer system.


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