The Skoda company came to India, when the Japanese car companies had already established themselves
themselves. So he certainly had some competition and had to establish himself. skoda entered
the Indian market with a petrol and diesel model of the Octavia. At that time as gasoline prices
they weren’t that tall, I opted for the Octavia 2.0 MPFI, with a fuel-efficient petrol engine.
The car has already covered more than 140,000 kilometers and its engine still purrs like a cat, with exceptional
get up. The 2000 cc engine develops almost 195 BHP and can be cruised at 150 km/hour in real time.
comfort. The car handles very well on the road and many times none of the other Honda cars
Ford or Toyota can be beaten on the road.
The car is a six-speed with ABS and power brakes coming as standard accessories. In
In addition, its AC has an electronic temperature control that makes driving a pleasure. even at low
speeds, the car handles very well in city traffic and its roadholding on motorways is exceptional. me
I have been able to do 12-13 km with a liter of gasoline on the road and that is not bad for a car of
The car seats 5/6 adults and has luxurious upholstery. In addition, its electronic partial odometer
and the gauge is an absolute delight as you can easily calculate the fuel efficiency of your car. Nevertheless
the only weak point of the car is the clutch which may require changing often but it will depend on how
you drive the car.
The 2.0 has now been discontinued and replaced with 1.9 engines. But, for my part, I will recommend a
Skoda 2.0 MPFI for power and ease of handling. It is precision engineered and will serve you well for years to come.
The Skoda captured the market, but one thing that went against it was the maintenance aspect. Auto parts were too expensive and service costs were high. The result was that the car lost its market and sales began to drop and that is the reason why you hardly see a new Skoda on the road these days.
However, the company turned around and launched new models, including an excellent SUV, the Kodaiq, as well as an upgraded version of Skoda sedans. This looks like a game changer and one can once again see the car returning to the Indian roads. I hope that this time the company is investigating the service problems.