Skoda Octavia

  • 1984 Engine (upto)
  • 15.81 Mileage (upto)
  • 190 PS @ 6000 rpm Power
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Starts at ₹ 27.35 Lakh*

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Available in 5 Colours

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Style AT ₹ 27.35 Lakh 1984 15.81 Automatic Petrol
L&K AT ₹ 30.45 Lakh 1984 15.81 Automatic Petrol

About Skoda Octavia

Last Updated On 21st Nov'22:Skoda Octavia younger sibling, Slavia is now more expensive than before!


The Skoda Octavia is a mid-size premium luxury sedan from the brand in India. The Skoda Octavia is also sold globally and has already made its mark in the Indian market. The Skoda Octavia is well known for its premium cabin, luxury features, & powerful engine options. The new Skoda Octavia was recently launched in India with a brand new design layout as well as new powertrain options.  Apart from the price revision, Skoda India has also added a new colour option and a safety feature for the Octavia. Mechanically, the Octavia gets a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, turbocharged stratified injection engine. This motor belts out as much as 188 bhp of power at 4180 RPM with a peak torque of 320 Nm at 1,500 RPM. It gets mated to a 7-speed DSG transmission and the ARAI certified mileage of the sedan sticks to 15.81 kmpl.

Skoda Octavia Specifications

ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) Yes
ASR / Traction Control Yes
Auto-Dimming Rear-View Mirror Yes
Central Locking Yes
EBA (Electronic Brake Assist) Yes
EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution) Yes
ESP (Electronic Stability Program) Yes
Hill Assist Yes
ISOFIX (Child-Seat Mount) Yes
Lane Watch Camera/ Side Mirror Camera No
Number of Airbags 6
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System Yes

Skoda Octavia Questions and Answers

Hi there, if you want a premium sedan with loads of features, good comfort, space and practicality, then you can go with the Octavia otherwise you should consider other options.
The new Skoda Octavia is available with a petrol engine option only.
VW Group has decided to focus on turbo-petrol engines as they offer the advantages of a traditional petrol engine while giving high fuel efficiency figures like diesel. They're also easier to maintain and polluter lesser. To keep prices in check, they have started offering MQB-A0-IN based cars like Taigun and Kushaq.

Pros and Cons of Skoda Octavia

Things We Like Things We Don't Like
Has a powerful engine Expensive to Buy and Run
Looks handsome Low Resale Value
Offers well-sorted dynamics No Diesel Engine Option

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