In 2019, Skoda elevated the current Octavia to the podium, the fourth generation model since Skoda became part of the Volkswagen Group. The incredible position of Skoda and the technical brother of Volkswagen Golf and Seat Leon was tied to a more cutting-edge suit than his predecessor in the transformation of his generation. In the Czech Republic, the elevated Octavia is located in the development rooms, which were publicly captured during the experimental work.
Skoda Octavia Combi (face lift)
The previous generation Octavia received a major surface improvement in 2017 in which one-dimensional lighting units were replaced by split ones that gave the impression of a different surface. As sharp as the previous Octavia, the current style does not fit under the knife. In fact, the amendments seem to remain quite subtle. Skoda gives the Octavia bumper a different function front and rear and it seems small changes are being made to the front and rear lights. If there is one area where cars are getting older these days, it is infotainment. So you can expect Octavia to take action in this area as long as the app is involved.
In March, Skoda unveiled a picture of a new yet unseen model, similar to an SUV that was designed based on Skoda’s new ‘Modern Solid’ design language. Apparently we see nothing about that new style of house on the renovated Octavia.
Octavia in the Netherlands
Skoda Octavia is Skoda’s best-selling style. Since the inception of the first generation under the leadership of Volkswagen Group in 1996, more than 111,000 units have been sold in our country for more than four generations. Fabia follows in second place with approximately 87,000 cars sold. For many years, except for the last few years, Octavia’s annual sales have only increased. Although approximately 2,000 first-generation Octavia units were released outside the exhibition room each year, the second series launched in 2004 attracted an average of 4,500 Dutch buyers up to and including 2012. The third Octavia, which appeared on the Dutch market in 2013 , managed to persuade an average of more than 7,000 people to buy each year, although that average increased significantly with sales results in 2014. While Skoda sold around Oct,000 14,000 in the Netherlands. . In the same year, Skoda had a 1.6 TDI Greenline version, which was eligible for a minimum of 14 percent. In other sales years, the third-generation Octavia was good for about 6,000 sales each year. The current Octavia was good at 4,010 units and 4,329 units in 2020 and 2021. By 2020, Octavia was still the most selling model of Skoda. In 2021 he was forced to tolerate electric Enyaq and this year Enyaq and Kodiaq are on Octavia in Skoda sales figures.