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Old 03-24-2005, 07:59 AM   #1
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Best place to get a new Octavia?

Currently have an Octavia vRS and am interested in the new Octavia.

Have been offered an excellent deal from www.skodastore.com but wondered if anyone had used them?

Anywhere else?

Paul..
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Old 04-25-2005, 03:57 PM   #2
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Re: Best place to get a new Octavia?

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Currently have an Octavia vRS and am interested in the new Octavia.

Have been offered an excellent deal from www.skodastore.com but wondered if anyone had used them?

Anywhere else?

Paul..
I work for a Skoda dealership.
Maybe I can help.
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Old 06-02-2005, 12:15 PM   #3
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Re: Best place to get a new Octavia?

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Currently have an Octavia vRS and am interested in the new Octavia.

Have been offered an excellent deal from www.skodastore.com but wondered if anyone had used them?

Anywhere else?

Paul..

How did you get on? I too have had a good quote from skodastore.com but I am apprehensive.

Did you buy from them?

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Thumbs up New Skoda Octavia VFM

Dear Car enthusiasts!

I feel I need to ask you all this question. Can anyone point to any car from any manufacturer that offers anything close to what the New Skoda Octavia offers, in terms of a complete package.

For the price, consider the chassis, engines and suspension. The interior space for passengers and baggage. The standard specification and equipment. And finally, all those very satisfied customers that rate the dealers' support so highly, year after year.

If anybody knows of any car equal to the New Octavia, bring it on!
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Octavia is one of the great cars on the market but i am afraid i think there is one. The Volvo V50. I am sorry i have to say that but it is an excellent car for comfort and what you get with it.
The Octavia has got everything a hatchback would want but i am afraid it is the V50 i would go for.
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Octavia is one of the great cars on the market but i am afraid i think there is one. The Volvo V50. I am sorry i have to say that but it is an excellent car for comfort and what you get with it.
The Octavia has got everything a hatchback would want but i am afraid it is the V50 i would go for.
How much is a new V50? If you can beat $53,000NZD for a new V50 that drives as well as an Octavia vRS TDI then I've bought the wrong car.
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Hi..
Now onwards there are lots of options available to buy skoda Octavia and also show rooms are there...
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I have a 1995 Infinity J30 with 121k miles. Lately, the parking brake light does not go off even after I pull the parking brake release lever completely. I can feel that the parking brake has released but the light remains on. Can anyone suggest how I can check if the sensor has gone bad and how I would go about repairing this problem.
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If you want to buy a Skoda must be made in Germany. This car is very reliably and cheap to maintain.

I have a Skoda Octavia 2 Fl and i am very pleased with it.
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Me too looking for the same by reading all your comments I am glad and I also got the where should I go and buy new octavia.
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