Skoda Octavia variants
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Total cash price £12,999. Borrowing £10,399 with a £2,600 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

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Skoda Octavia Estate FAQs

A Skoda Octavia estate should prove reliable, given it's based on tried-and-tested Volkswagen Group parts. However, the latest-generation model didn't place quite as highly in the 2022 Driver Power survey as we'd have expected – finishing 66 out of 75 models. Common complaints have arisen around the infotainment system.

The boot in a Skoda Octavia Estate is a whopping 640 litres, 40 litres bigger than in the Octavia Hatchback. It's big enough to carry several large suitcases, and we've had no problems packing a buggy and a family of four's roadtrip luggage.

No – most Octavia Estate cars are front-wheel drive only. There is a 4x4 option on higher-spec diesel models, including a 4x4 version of the diesel Octavia Estate vRS.

It depends on the engine you pick. The entry-level 1.0-litre petrol with 110hp can tow up to 1,300kg on a braked trailer (650kg unbraked). The 1.5-litre petrol can tow 1,500kg braked (670kg unbraked). The 2.0-litre petrol vRS model can tow 1,600kg braked (750kg unbraked).

Diesel models can tow more: the 2.0-litre diesel with 150hp can tow 2,000kg braked (730kg unbraked), while the sporty diesel vRS model can tow 1,600kg braked (750kg unbraked), or 2,000kg (750kg unbraked) if you pick the 4x4 model.

The entry-level petrol Skoda Octavia Estate will be cheapest to insure in group 13E. Top-spec SE L models range from 20E to 22E depending on engine, while sporty vRS versions will be priciest, sitting in groups 26E and 27E.