The All Wheel Drive Vitara S has a 1.4 litre petrol turbo that produces 138bhp and can reach 62mph in 10.2 seconds and return a claimed 52.3 mpg, the Manual ‘S’ is priced at a competitive £999 Advance payment and the Auto at £1499 Ap Skoda Q3 Prices Click on logo to open Skoda Literature (the best in the business) The Octavia is one of very few cars that we would recommend this quarter for pricing, the 1.4 petrol as a manual or automatic is Nil Advance Payment in SE trim and the VRS has actually been reduced in price this quarter starting at £1495 AP Skoda have just announced 72 hour test drives for the Octavia and Superb You can book online Demonstration vehicles – an Octavia Estate SE L and a Superb Hatch L&K (The Car) are available for an up-to 3 day test drive (“Test Drive”) from participating ŠKODA dealers from 12th June 2017 until 10th September 2017. The Ateca has seen price rises up to £700 this quarter, the only cars to escape a rise are at the top end of the pricing cap, the best value is the 1.6 diesel in top Xcellence trim which joins the Scheme at £1899 AP.
The Alhambra prices have increased again, this time by £400, now starting at £1299 in SE trim, This car was £399 only a couple of price changes ago.
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The petrol powered A3 saloon and A4 have been added this quarter as Auto and Manual cars, only with petrol engines, the A3 has the new 1.5 litre while the A4 the older 1.4, both offer 148bhp and similar economy, the newer engine churns out a little less CO2.The C-HR has increased between £50 and £300, prices now start at £695.Suzuki Q3 prices Click on Logo to open full price list. The Vitara and S-Cross SUV’s can both be yours from Nil Advance Payment, a 4 wheel drive Vitara stars at a value £299 Advance Payment.The New Golf Estate is available with the 150bhp 2.0 litre diesel engine in SE nav trim for £699 as a manual or now as an Auto for £1099 Toyota Q3 Prices Click on Logo to open Toyota Prices.The super offer on the Auris and Verso ‘Active’ trim cars has gone, both revert to Nil Advance payment, an increase of £12.50 and £13 per week, which is a great shame.