Skoda - used car research
Top^From 2010 to Now
Released: Jun 2017
After plugging away for years without a traditional SUV in its line-up, Skoda finally launched the Kodiaq medium to large seven-seat SUV in 2017 as a competitor for three-row mid-sizers.
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Released: May 2014
AFTER nearly seven years back in Australia without a competitively priced and positioned small-car proposition, Skoda finally makes amends with the Rapid Spaceback.
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Released: Oct 2011
SKODA set out to make its first real impact on the SUV-obsessed Australian car market with the debut of its competitively priced Yeti compact crossover, available from launch in a simple two-variant line-up.
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Released: Sep 2011
FOUR years after it first appeared in Europe, the second-generation Fabia from Czech brand Skoda launched in Australia, armed with an array of standard features and a highly competitive price aimed right at the heart of the bustling light car segment.
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Top^From 2000 to 2009
Released: Aug 2009
SKODA’S flagship Superb arrives in Australia for the first time, pitched directly at upstream Australian and Japanese large sedans, with pricing that’s also similar to the closely-related Volkswagen Passat range.
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Released: Oct 2007
Skoda competes against the likes of the Mazda 6 and Honda Accord with the Octavia – its biggish small-car contender. The Octavia is based on the 2003—2009 VW Golf V platform.
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Released: Oct 2007
Discontinued: Mar 2014
AFTER a 25-year absence in Australia, Volkswagen’s Czech brand Skoda was relaunched in October 2007. Leading the charge were the Roomster and mid-sized Octavia – two four-cylinder engined models aimed at buyers seeking European style at Japanese prices.
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