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Old 08-15-2007, 12:14 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Skoda Octavia Tour VS. Peugeot 307

Please I want your advice for buying my first car , my choice is between the Skoda Octavia Tour 1.6, Peugeot 307 1.6 & Citroen C4 5 door 1.6

Which one u prefer and why ?

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Old 08-15-2007, 02:28 AM   #2
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Re: Skoda Octavia Tour VS. Peugeot 307

Octavia, you're obviously not looking for something fast and it's by far the most reliable.
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Re: Skoda Octavia Tour VS. Peugeot 307

thx Jimster, any more opinions ?
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Re: Skoda Octavia Tour VS. Peugeot 307

Not really, the Octavia Tour is a really good car for the money, it's been around for 10 years, so every last glitch is ironed out, it's easy to fix, cheap to maintain and incredibly spacious (The boot has more room than my Calais which is roughly the size of a 5 Series)
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Re: Skoda Octavia Tour VS. Peugeot 307

Compare the Octavia tour to the 307 SW. For the C4, there is the C4Picasso but it's a minivan, so it's not the same thing.
The Octavia (the last model), is a good car, it's almost a Volkswagen with an other logo. A good car but the 307 and overall the C4 have more sexappeal.
For the 307, note that the 308 will be available in October, so you should have good prices.
On the Peugeot or the CitroŽn, the 1.6 Hdi 110 is a good choice for the rapport between consumption and perfs.
The big difference between the Skoda and the 307 or the C4 will be the handling and comfort. For the rest, it's a question of tastes.
Then there is the image of the make, which is not the best with Skoda.

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