SKODA Octavia Combi

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SKODA Octavia Combi
SKODA Octavia Combi   2019 2022
2019 2022

Unveiled at the same time as its hatchback sedan brother, the fourth generation of the Skoda Octavia Combi benefits from the same updates and went official outside of an auto show, approximately six months before arriving in showrooms.
Sharing the success of the Octavia sedan, the new Combi is the best-selling Skoda station wagon ever and its latest generation has increased dimensions in all areas compared to its predecessor. New connectivity and assistance systems are also part of the redesigned package.

The Czech compact station wagon is now 22 mm longer and 15 mm wider than its predecessor, while the already giant luggage capacity has been increased by 30 liters to 640 liters, making it the largest in the compact station wagon segment by far. Similar to the sedan, the redesigned exterior now features narrower headlights with LED technology for the low beam, high beam and daylight driving lights as standard while the new shape gives it a drag coefficient of just 0.26, one of the lowest in its segment. Its revamped interior features a multi-level dashboard with LED ambient lighting and features a free-standing central display. Depending on trim level, the model can be equipped with either a manual single-zone or a dual-zone automatic climate control system, while a triple-zone Climatronic system is available as an optional extra.

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SKODA Octavia Combi
SKODA Octavia Combi   2017 2019
2017 2019

Skoda unveiled a facelifted version for the Octavia station wagon in 2017 and introduced a new signature front fascia for one of its best-selling products.
Since the Euro6d-Temp emission standards became mandatory for Europe and it was also one of the most important markets for the Czech carmaker, the Octavia had to be adjusted accordingly. But Skoda brought more improvements, not just a new engine lineup and a new set of light-alloy wheels on the options list.

One of the most controversial parts of the car was its front, where Octavia featured a split headlight design. Some considered that it resembled those installed on the Mercedes-Benz E-Class from the same period, but Skoda claimed it followed the cubist-design style. A wide grille with black vertical slats filled the space between them and featured a small dent on its top for the badge. The extended roofline and the optional tinted rear side windows were part of the Combi (station wagon) package, and so were its new LED taillights with smoked lenses.

Inside, The Czech carmaker introduced a new infotainment system, which allowed the driver to remotely check the windows or the fuel level from a smartphone. The 2017 Octavia Combi also featured improved active and passive safety systems, such as traffic sign recognition or City Emergency Brake, including Pedestrian Protection. The trunk area was extensive, offering 610 liters (21.5 cu-ft), which could have been expanded to up to 1,740 liters (61.4 cu-ft) by completely folding down the rear seats.

Under the hood, Skoda replaced the former 1.2-liter gasoline units with an even smaller, 1.0-liter turbocharged engine and kept the 150 hp 1.4-liter turbocharged unit. For turbo-diesel versions, it offered just two instead of five as the non-facelifted version.

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SKODA Octavia Combi
SKODA Octavia Combi   2013 2017
2013 2017

The new Skoda Octavia Combi makes a mark in its segment in every possible way.
It offers space such as found only in higher classes. There is no other car in the compact segment that offers more interior length (1,782 mm), more knee room (73 mm) and more headroom at the back (980 mm). On the outside it measures 4.659 metes in length, being 90 mm longer than the outgoing model. Every line and joint shows Skoda’s attention to detail. The front-end’s details were accentuated by emphasizing the horizontal lines, yet keeping the unmistakably Octavia look and caring it into a new era. The new Skoda logo it is now placed on the bonnet, leaving the slightly bigger radiator grille look more opulent. Headlights were redesigned too, now emphasizing sharpness along with the radiator grille. In comparison to the previous model, the side of the new Škoda Octavia is clearly sportier and more dynamic. The sharp Tornado line creates a coupe-like silhouette, amplified by the angled rear window. The rear view of the new Octavia also embodies precision, top value and perfect proportions. Everything is in its proper place, arranged well and styled cleanly. The interior was designed offering generous space and aesthetic appeal. Among the new technological options, the new Octavia Combi can be equipped with Adaptive Cruise Assistant, Automatic Parking Assistant, traffic-sign recognition, KESSY (Keyless-Entry-Start-and-Exit-System) and better infotainment system with touch displays and CANTON sound system, which was soundoptimised for the passenger space.

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SKODA Octavia Combi
SKODA Octavia Combi   2008 2013
2008 2013

Skoda introduced a facelift for the Octavia’s second generation in 2008 and kept the sales figures on top of the compact-segment charts.
While the automotive industry was on the brink of a collapse due to the world financial crisis, Skoda introduced the facelifted version for the Octavia. It was its best selling products, and the carmaker was ready to be hit by a big drop in sales. But the marketing department said that a facelift could smoothen the drop and the engineering team speed-up the facelift introduction.

There was a new front fascia for the Octavia. It featured bigger, swept-back headlights and a broader grille with chromed surroundings. The front bumper was modified as well and showed a wider grille at the bottom and two side-pods for the newly designed foglights.

Inside, Skoda increased the material’s quality and introduced a new infotainment system on the center stack. The interior was roomy, with plenty of room for five adults and one of the biggest trunks in the compact-segment. With all the seats up it provided 605 (21.4 cu-ft) liters of trunk space, which could have been extended up to 1655 liters (58.4 cu-ft).

Under the hood, Skoda installed a wide range of engines, similar to the ones offered on the sedan version. For selected versions, a 7-speed automatic (dual-clutch) gearbox was available at extra cost.

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SKODA Octavia Combi Octavia II Combi
SKODA Octavia Combi Octavia II Combi  2004 2008
2004 2008

Skoda introduced the second generation of the Octavia at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show in both body versions, hatchback and station wagon, continuing its predecessor’s success story.
When Volkswagen decided to buy the Czech brand Skoda, it tried to make it as a mass-market brand, affordable and reliable as a Golf. The first generation of the Octavia was highly successful and sold globally. The second generation followed the same recipe, using the Golf’s platform (PQ35), and offered the vehicle a wide choice of engines and options.

From the outside, the second generation was very similar-looking to its predecessor. The overall design adopted a few cubist details with straight lines and narrow edges, such as the headlights and the sloped-down, corner-mounted turn-signals. A chromed rim surrounded its squared grille with vertical slats. Depending on the options and trim level, the Octavia Combi featured a pair of fog-lights on the lower side of the bumper. From its sides, the long greenhouse extended over the trunk area with a slightly curved roofline made room for the third row of windows installed over the rear quarter panels. Like on its predecessor, the carmaker installed the taillights outside the tailgate area, while the rear window featured a third brake light at the top.

The clean, clear design with slightly curved surfaces and straight gray trims made the car look more in the mid-price segment than on the budget-cars. It was somewhat more expensive than its predecessor, but the materials used were of better quality. The Octavia II Combi featured a 580 liters (20.5 cu-ft) trunk size that could be expanded up to a staggering, for its class, 1620 liters (67.8 cu-ft) by completely folding down the rear bench.

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SKODA Octavia Combi Octavia I Combi
SKODA Octavia Combi Octavia I Combi  1997 2004
1997 2004

Debuted in 1997 and available in two body styles, a 5-door liftback and a station wagon, Skoda Octavia was equipped with multiple engines provided by Volkswagen.
In fact, the 1997 Skoda Octavia was entirely based on the A4 platform, similar to VW Bora, VW New Beetle or VW Golf. Getting back to the engines, Octavia could be found in multiple engine configurations, ranging between 1.4 and 2.0 liter, powered by both gasoline and diesel. The whole range received a facelift in 2000 while the entire series was replaced in 2004 when Skoda introduced the second generation of Octavia.

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