Skoda has recently announced the official price list for the Octavia Combi in France, where the model is priced from 18, 950 euros, for the cheapest version.
The new generation of the Skoda Octavia is also the most expensive one yet and despite crying about the financial crisis affecting their work, the officials are pulling out more expensive cars with each generation. One of the newest examples is the newest Skoda Octavia generation which, in the sedan version is expensive, but in the Combi variant is even more expensive. For the cheapest version for the model, equipped with a 1.2 liter TSI 85 engine, future owners will have to pay 18,950 euros, in the Active trim level.
The Ambition will see the 1.2 TSI 105 Green Tec for 22,590 euros as the cheapest version, the Business Plus is getting the 1.6 TDI 105 Green Tec as the cheapest variant and the Elegance is bringing the 1.4 TSI 140 Green Tec as the cheapest model. If you’re into the top of the line 2.0 TDI 150 DSG Green Tec, you should pay… well, grab a seat before reading this: 30,550 euros. More than 30,000 euros for a Skoda Octavia in tough times. Good luck selling that, Skoda!