The 2020 Octavia Combi
From €226* per month.
OCTAVIA C ACT 1.0TSI 115HP
- Retail Price †
- Deposit/Trade in
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- 36 Monthly Payments of
- GMFV ††
- Total Cost of Credit
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The new Octavia Combi has the biggest boot in its class, with 610 litres of luggage space. That’s enough room for the weekly shopping, buggy, golf clubs and some suitcases.
The new Octavia Combi also offers rear-seat passengers extra legroom (73 mm) in front of the knees.
With all this additional space, the new Octavia Combi is the perfect car for families with a hectic lifestyle.
With a wide range of engine options, you can tailor the Octavia to suit your drive. There are 2 petrol options; 1.4 litre TSI and 2.0 litres TSI. The diesel range begins with the economical 1.6 litre TDI, and ranges up to the 2.0 litres TDI and the Octavia VRS for a fast drive.
The Octavia Combi is fitted with up to 9 airbags to prevent contact of the occupant’s body with the rigid components of the vehicle.
The vehicle also has numerous safety features such as; Multi Collision Brake. Imagine after you collide with a guardrail on the M50, your car rebounds into the next lane, where you could collide with an approaching vehicle. With the new Octavia’s multi-collision brake this possibility is avoided.
†Includes delivery and related charges. Model is shown for illustrative purposes only. ††The Guaranteed Minimum Future Value (GMFV) is payable if you renew or retain the vehicle at the end of the agreement. Further charges may be applied by your Skoda Ireland subject to kilometre limits/condition of the vehicle. This is a hire purchase agreement.*Lending criteria and conditions apply. APR 0.00% which is inclusive of a documentation fee of €0 & completion fee of €0. To qualify for this Finance Offer; a minimum deposit of 10% is required. Rate quoted is correct as at 11th November 2019 and subject to change.
Offer available on all new OCTA OCTAVIA C ACT 1.0TSI 115HP
This is a Hire Purchase agreement. Volkswagen Bank GmbH Branch Ireland is authorised by the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority in Germany and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules