The Czech based automaker Skoda has recently pulled the wraps off the most frugal version of the new Octavia generation, the Greenline, during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, in a premiere.
The new generation of the Skoda Octavia will become available to its future customers with a more frugal version, named the Octavia Greenline. The model in question has been officially presented to the public during the German automotive event and it represents a good alternative to the BlueMotion vehicles developed by Volkswagen. The Greenline trim level is also available for the Fabia, Rapid, Rapid Spaceback, Yeti, Roomster and Superb and the only vehicle which isn’t getting this option is the small Citigo.
The Skoda Octavia Greenline is powered by a 1.6 liter TDI diesel engine, which is producing a total output of 110 HP. The carmaker says that the average fuel consumption in the new Octavia model stands at just 3.3 L / 100 km. The CO2 emissions are low too so if you’re concerned in baby Pandas and the Blue Wales you should know that this model is quite eco-friendly. The Octavia Greenline has also received the stop/start system, the braking energy recovery and low-resistance tires, along with several aerodynamic enhancements. No pricing details for the model have been announced yet.