All ŠKODA GreenLine models now available on Motability Scheme
New to the Motability Scheme, the recently-launched Octavia GreenLine III 1.6 TDI 110 hatch and Estate allows motorists to benefit from one of the lowest emissions in their class at 85g/km CO2(VED Band A), a combined cycle fuel economy to match at 88.3mpg as well as a substantial load capacity of up to 1,740 litres. There is ample space for the storage of luggage and mobility equipment, whilst ŠKODA’s Simply Clever storage solutions further enhance practicality.
Carrying a nil Advance Payment and zero road tax, the Fabia hatch and Estate line-up has also been extended on the programme to include the GreenLine II 1.2 TDI model in both guises. They join the five-door Rapid Spaceback hatch which brings nearly 1,400 litres of space whilst delivering exceptionally low running costs thanks to emissions of just 99g/km and an impressive fuel consumption of 74.3mpg. The facelifted Yeti and Yeti Outdoor 1.6 TDI GreenLine II crossover models are ideal for those requiring an elevated driving position and access to more rugged environments.
Furthermore, to help customers choose the right vehicle according to their individual needs, ŠKODA UK has launched its new-look Motability website (www.skoda.co.uk/motability?). The upgraded portal supplies dedicated offers and product information for each model available on the scheme, in addition to a downloadable Motability Price Guide.
Andy Thomas, Sales Operations – Rental and Motability Manager at ŠKODA UK, comments: "The addition of the entire GreenLine model range further reinforces our continued strategy of building brand presence on the Scheme. Sales during the first quarter of this year have been extremely encouraging, a trend that we will be looking to continue as we move through 2014.”
*To qualify, individuals must be in receipt of the Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance, the Enhanced rate of the Mobility Component of the Personal Independence Payment, War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement or Armed Forces Independence Payment, which will be taken in lieu of the four weekly allowance.
Posted on Tuesday, April 22, 2014