New Skoda Cars

  • New Skoda Citigo
  • New Skoda Fabia
  • New Skoda Karoq
  • New Skoda Kodiaq
  • New Skoda Octavia
  • New Skoda Rapid
  • New Skoda Rapid Spaceback
  • New Skoda Superb
  • New Skoda Yeti Outdoor

New Skoda Car Reviews: Our Verdict

Skoda's killed off the Yeti, and returned with an altogether different beast. Quiet and punchy around town, while offering superb comfort and refinement at a competitive price. Watch out class leaders.

Review: Skoda Karoq

Skoda's killed off the Yeti, and returned with an altogether different beast. Quiet and punchy around town, while offering superb comfort and refinement at a competitive price. Watch out class leaders.

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New Skoda Car Reviews: Your Verdict

Average 4 Stars out of 170 Reviews

Skoda Citigo2012 - 2017

Nick Ellis Wiltshire

The Citigo is a fantastic little car, economical, sturdy and much cheaper than its Volkswagen counterpart. It handles really well and feels solid. Everything is as good as you could possibly hope for considering the price. It works best when used for town driving and can become a little noisy when used on the motorway. I cannot recommend it highly enough.

Skoda Fabia2000 - 2007

James Sebastion England

I love this car, my partner and I looked at a number of cars and models (including Ford and Vauxhall), but the Skoda ’capped’ them all. We purchased the Fabia 3 diesel turbo, which is the top of the range model with all round air bags, air con, parking sensors, blah, blah, blah... The most important factor (to me) was that I wanted a ’solid’ car, the mainstream variants all felt and sounded ’tinny’. I had two baby boys to consider in purchasing a vehicle, and the Skoda was seen by accident as I was looking at the Mitsubishi, but could not find the salesmen, so the Skoda salesman stepped in, gave us some information, took us for a test drive, and let us have a good all round look and feel of the car. It is not my usual car, it is not fast, but it is a very solid, stable, good looking car with a vert torquey engine that can and does pull anything. I am happy and confident of my baby boys position and safety in the car, which was paramount in my making the decision. I hope that this review is helpful, as the car is brilliant and we got an excellent deal.

Skoda Fabia2000 - 2007

Wilson Warwickshire

The Fabia is a very good looking car and is surprisingly roomy and practical, my car has the under seat storage boxes which are very handy for hiding things away out of view, it has a good sized boot and the seats fold down almost flat. The suspension is soft and compliant and gives a comfortable ride. I like the auto climate control it keeps you comfortable and keeps the windows clear. One let down for me is the gutless 1.4 petrol engine it’s a good job the gear box is smooth and a pleasure to use because you do need to use it frequently if you want to get a move on, and when extended this engine is quite vocal, it makes hurried driving a chore. My previous car was a Hyundai I 10 comfort with the 1.2 engine which has lots of low down poke and although the fabia is larger and more comfortable I miss that instant pulling power, with the Fabia 1.4 it’s push and wait, if you just like plodding along you will be happy with it but if you like a bit of spirited driving don’t pick this engine, with the right choice of motor, overall the Fabia is a decent car.

Skoda Fabia2000 - 2007

Keith Hall Norway

I thought I would add some comments as car is 2 1/2 years old now. Has worked perfectly since new, no mechanical related problems. Sports interior gives very comfortable seating. Good on long drives 2200 km in two days during the volcanic ash problems. Excellent road holding on snow and ice (winter tyres) Feels safe and stable even on narrow mountain roads. Fuel efficent, did over 900 km on one tank driving to and from the west coast of Norway. Diesel engine is a bit noisy, but you get used to it. Plenty of room, it feels bigger on the inside than it does on the outside. Would definitely recommend it as a good all rounder and I like the style as well.

Skoda Fabia2000 - 2007

Kirsty Lancashire

Buying my Fabia is the best decision I ever made... In fact, I only came across this review site as I am looking for brake pads, as over 2 years in, they still haven’t needed changing, so I though that I may get some in to save time when the day comes. It is powerful, comfortable, small enough to park easily and I get about 7-800km to a full tank of fuel. I love my fabia and have been looking at getting a convertible Yeti as my 2nd Car. I love Skodas!

Skoda Fabia2000 - 2007

Marilyn Davies Somerset

My son bought a little Skoda Fabia in 2006. It was the absolute basic model 1.2 petrol. I rapidly became quite impressed with it and after riding in it on and off for four years decided to buy my own. As I was retiring I bought a Fabia Elegance model 1.6 CR tdi which meant £35 a year to tax and lots of miles to the gallon. It certainly is everything complimentary that other reviewers have mentioned. I cannot find anything bad to say about it only that I would have preferred the leather in cream not black. It’s now done a thousand miles and I am extremely pleased with it.