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    Skoda Octavia is a 5 seater Sedan with the last recorded price of Rs. 27.34 - 30.44 Lakh. It is available in 2 variants, 1984 cc engine option and 1 transmission option : Automatic. Other key specifications of the Octavia include a ground clearance of 137 mm. and The Octavia is available in 5 colours. Skoda Octavia mileage is 15.8 kmpl.
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    Skoda Octavia generation has been discontinued as it received an update. Its latest trim available in the market is Octavia facelift

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    Octavia Price List in India (Variants)

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    1984 cc, Petrol, Automatic (DCT), 15.8 kmpl, 188 bhp
    Rs. 27.34 Lakh
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    1984 cc, Petrol, Automatic (DCT), 15.8 kmpl, 188 bhp
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    Skoda Octavia Car Specifications

    Fuel TypePetrol
    Engine1984 cc
    Power and Torque188 bhp & 320 Nm
    DriveTrainFWD
    Acceleration9.3 seconds

    Skoda Octavia Summary

    Skoda Octavia Price:

    Skoda Octavia price starts at Rs. 27.34 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 30.44 Lakh. The price of Petrol variant for Octavia ranges between Rs. 27.34 Lakh - Rs. 30.44 Lakh.

    Skoda Octavia Variants:

    Octavia is available in 2 variants. All the variants are Automatic (DCT).

    Skoda Octavia Colours:

    Octavia is offered in 5 colours: Brilliant Silver, Candy White, Lava Blue, Magic Black and Graphite Grey. However, some of these colours are available in specific variants.

    Skoda Octavia Competitors:

    Octavia is competing against Skoda Superb, Skoda Slavia, Volkswagen Tiguan, Jeep Compass, Hyundai Tucson, BYD e6, Isuzu V-Cross, Audi A4 and Toyota Hilux.

    How is the Skoda Octavia car?

    • Pros

      • Sharp/handsome - Inside and out, lesser drama in Skoda's latest Octavia design
      • Luxurious interior - Screams premium, lots of tech, beige trim makes it feel airy
      • Space and comfort - Large comfy seats with ample leg, head and shoulder room, big boot
      • Peppy motor - Smooth engine, quick-shifting gearbox, punchy throughout the rev-band
      • Engaging to drive - Owing to the firm damping, well-judged chassis engineering
    • Cons

      • Lifeless steering - There's not much heft, and the driver is left wanting more feedback
      • Steep pricing - The Octavia can get quite pricey, especially in the top-end avatar
      • Ownership experience - Although improving, it isn't in the league of most rivals  

    Skoda Octavia Verdict

    Armed with an overall package that honestly ticks all the boxes, it's rather taxing to fault with the 2021 Skoda Octavia. But that's when you come across an exorbitant price tag which has one scratching their head in awe.

    Skoda Octavia Car Review

    Let’s put it through CarWale’s comprehensive road test and see whether the Octavia is still the desirable sedan it has always been

    Introduction

    Admittedly, the demand for sedans has been diminutive in the last few years. Car buyers these days either want a large SUV to prove they have made it in life. Or want a small, compact hatchback that’s easy to manoeuvre in the growing urban jungles. Amidst the declining demands, few sedans have still managed to survive the tempest, globally that is. One of the prominent names still standing strong after the increasing SUV-gale is the Skoda Octavia. In its fourth generation now, the Skoda Octavia has grown both physically and technologically. We know it’s been around for some time now, but it is better late than never — let’s put it through CarWale’s comprehensive road test and see whether the Octavia is still the desirable sedan it has always been. 

    Design and Dimensions

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    With the new-generation leap, the Octavia has grown in size. It now sits at 4,689mm in length, 19mm more than the third-gen model. And the width is up by 15mm to 1,829mm and it’s got a height of 1,469mm. Furthermore, the wheelbase has increased to 2,680mm and the ground clearance measures 137mm. And those gorgeous-looking 17-inch alloy wheels are wrapped in 205/55 section tyres. That’s about the numbers.

    Left Side View

    But what the numbers don’t define is how stately the new-gen Octavia is to look at. You could certainly misidentify it as its elder sibling Superb. The Octavia flaunts its three-box design quite well despite having a notchback roofline. There are sharp character lines seen on the side, on the bonnet, and at a few other right places. Upfront, the newly-designed low-slung nose with a sleeker ‘moustache’ grille lends a new persona to the Czech sedan. It’s flanked by the sharpest looking headlamp design in business with a dual-barrel L-shaped LED that’s part of Skoda’s Matrix lights. 

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    Similarly, at the back, the complex lighting signature of the sleek tail lamps looks quite upmarket. There’s lesser drama in the design of the new Skoda Octavia, yet this Czech sedan doesn’t look out of place in the modern milieu.

    Interior Look and Quality

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    As with the exterior, the cabin of the new-gen Octavia has taken a huge leap over its predecessor. It’s a minimalistic cabin with fewer buttons, digital screens, and an artistic looking steering wheel. The two-point steering does look modern and appropriate for a museum showcase, but we wished the buttons and scroll wheels on the steering were a tad more tactile. Behind the steering wheel is the newest iteration of a configurable all-digital driver’s display. It gives out a good amount of information and can double up as a navigation screen. We liked the minimalistic option where the display blacks out, showing only the bare essential details. 

    Infotainment System

    Over to the centre console, the free-standing touchscreen is new and easy to reach. The tiles layout on its home screen makes it easier to use, especially on the move. The touch response has also improved too and there are a good amount of connectivity options available. Design-wise, the centrally mounted air vents separate the flowing dash from the centre console. There are a few buttons seen above the vents, but the centre console takes the minimalistic approach to the extreme. The new drive-by-wire gear selector looks ridiculously small, especially when it’s the only prominent thing occupying the centre console. There’s a large tray housing a wireless phone charger and some more storage space below the driver’s armrest. 

    Gear Selector Dial

    In terms of quality, the Octavia doesn’t give us a reason to complain. Everything from the fit and finish to the quality of materials used all around is top-notch and looks like it belongs to cars a segment or two higher. There are soft-touch materials used at all the essential touchpoints and then some more. Even the concoction of chrome, piano-black finished plastic, beige and black inserts, and leather upholstery makes Octavia’s cabin a pleasant place to spend time in. 

    Space and Comfort

    Front Row Seats

    Upfront, the seats offer a snug fit along with a superb driving posture. Both the 12-way electrically-adjustable front seats are large and accommodating with the right amount of bolstering. And they’re also draped in beige leather (in this L&K trim) for that added touch of richness. You get good visibility all around and the controls are all well placed too. For my frame, that’s 5.5’, there’s a good amount of headroom on offer even with the seat height set to its max. But taller drivers might have to make do with little headroom to spare and adjust the seat accordingly. Thankfully the steering also gets both reach and rake adjustment. 

    Second Row Seats

    Similarly at the back, there’s loads of knee room on offer. The backbench could do with a little more contours to offer better support, yet they remain plush and comfortable for two. Owing to the high centre tunnel, a flat seat with protruding armrest and AC vents sitting in the centre won’t be as comfortable. The use of beige material makes the rear space feel airier and there are retractable window shades for when the sun is prominent or there’s a need for some discretion. 

    Bootspace and Practicality

    Bootspace

    The Octavia has always been high on space and practicality. That hasn’t changed with the newer generation. In fact, the talking point about the Octavia is its large boot space with a unique fastback-style opening tailgate. The boot space has gone up by 10 litres, now accommodating 600 litres. With 60:40 split-folding seats, the boot space can be increased to whopping 1,555 litres. 

    Center Console/Centre Console Storage

    While the ergonomics of Octavia’s cabin are spot on, there’s adequate space to keep your belongings on the centre console, armrest, and door pads as well. For the back seat, Skoda has provided back pockets with a special slot to place your phone. There’s space below the air vents as well and the door pads are large enough for all other knick-knacks. 

    Cup Holders

    The centre armrest also has a retractable cup holder for the comfort of rear passengers where most of the owners will be spending their time. One complaint from Octavia would be that all the USB ports provided here are Type-C and not Type-A. So, there’s no possibility of connecting your smartphone if you don’t carry a compatible cable along, which is a slight bummer. 

    Features and safety equipment

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    Speaking of features, the new Octavia we had with us was in the top-spec L&K trim. The other trim on offer is the Style trim and it doesn’t miss out on many features available in the L&K. The long feature list of the Octavia includes Matrix headlamps, a smart dual-zone climate control, all-digital instrument cluster, 610 watt Canton premium music system, wireless charger, smartphone connectivity, park assist, ambient lighting, auto-dimming IRVM, 17-inch alloy wheels, welcome lights, and a whole pack of Skoda’s ‘Simply Clever’ armoury as well. 

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    However, of the features even this fully-loaded trim of the Octavia misses out on – the sunroof, drive modes, 360 degrees camera, and ventilated seats are the prominent ones. 

    Instrument Cluster

    The Octavia is high on safety as well. It comes with an arsenal of eight airbags, ABS with EBD, ESC, EBD, TPMS, iBuzz fatigue alert, and AFS. The MySkoda Connect has inbuilt technology that helps in case of an emergency with features such as road side assistance and SOS apart from offering various new-age telematics features such as geofence, time fence, driving behaviour, trip analysis, and much more. 

    Engine and Gearbox Performance

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    Powering the updated Skoda Octavia is the familiar 2.0-litre four-cylinder TSI petrol engine which is also available in the Superb and will be seen in the soon-to-be-launched updated Kodiaq. As we all know by now, there’s no diesel engine for the Skoda Volkswagen family and so the Octavia no more runs an oil burner. This TSI puts out 188bhp and 320Nm and is paired to a seven-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic with new-age drive-by-wire technology. This means there are no mechanical linkages below the gear selector. All the shifting is controlled by computers and electronics. 

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    Although this petrol engine has got a larger displacement than the older Octavia, the power output is almost identical to the older engine. At idle it’s silent and oozes refinement with zero vibrations or noise seeping into the cabin. And this smooth nature is retained throughout the rev range. At city speeds, there’s enough grunt to keep pace with the traffic. It’s friendly, progressive, and quite usable when driven with a light foot. The dual-clutch DSG gearbox you get here is well-known for being smooth and quick shifting and the Octavia continues this legacy unchanged. The response is almost immediate and power delivery is remarkably linear. In unhurried driving, the motor habitually upshifts close to 1,500rpm. And the seamless DSG works up the cogs quite quickly and unannounced. 

    Left Side View

    Now, this motor has a kind of dual personality. Give it some beans and you would hear a resonating snarl as the revs start climbing towards the redline. At this point, the engine comes alive and the Octavia just picks up its skirt and runs like a runaway bride. Three-digit speeds, too, come up at a quick pace. And the best part is you won’t even realise how fast you are going inside the well-insulated cabin until you glance at the speedometer.

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    This being an L&K trim and not the sporty Sportline variant, Skoda hasn’t provided any driving mode here. You get an S mode for the gearbox and an option to turn off the traction control and that’s about it. In the S, the upshifts are delayed translating to eager throttle response. There’s also a provision for manual shifting through paddle shifters which comes in handy during quick overtakes.

    In our V-Box acceleration test, the Skoda Octavia managed to do a zero to 100kmph acceleration run in 8.29 seconds. Whereas the gear acceleration from 20kmph to 80kmph took 4.64 seconds and the 40-100kmph came up in 5.53 seconds. 

    Ride, Handling and Braking

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    Where Skoda Octavia takes the cake is its ride quality. It’s comfortable like you’d expect from any European model. It managed to absorb all the ruts, creases, and potholes we could subject it to without a second thought. Even on the sharpest of road irregularities, this Czech sedan went over flat and easily without us having to clench our teeth. This being a low slung sedan, we expected it to scrape its belly on large ill-made potholes. But on a contrary, the Octavia just glided over all the road surfaces we subjected it on our road test. At higher speeds, the longer undulations were well under control and the vertical movements were minimum. 

    Left Side View

    The only fly in the ointment of the Octavia recipe is its light and almost lifeless steering. It could do with some feedback, but the steering is progressive and direct once past the dead centre. As fast as it goes, the Octavia stops just as well too. In our tested figures, it came to a halt from 100kmph in a brisk 3.39 seconds and within 42 metres. Despite repeated use, the four discs on the Octavia didn’t show any sign of fade. And the strong braking performance inspires confidence to push harder. 

    Fuel Economy

    Front View

    We are sure you’d be interested in knowing the fuel efficiency of the 2021 Skoda Octavia. In the city run, this D-segment sedan returned a fuel mileage of 7.48kmpl. The efficiency figures improved, almost doubled, on the highway where it managed to do 14.46kmpl.

    Price and Variants

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    Currently, the Octavia is only available in two trims – Style and L&K. It’s on sale in the country at a starting price of Rs 26.29 lakh (ex-showroom, India). Meanwhile, the L&K trim we are driving in this road test can be fetched for Rs 29.29 lakh. 

    Conclusion

    Front View

    Undoubtedly the new-gen Skoda Octavia is a big leap over its predecessor – like every generation of Octavia over the last three decades. It is comfortable on the inside and looks handsome on the outside. It’s also equally engaging to drive with newer hardware, putting in every bit of modernity in the way it feels when on the move. Over our not-so-good road surfaces, the new Octi remains unfazed. You can cross continents comfortably in great comfort as the Octavia is a great mile muncher. 

    Left Side View

    If we were to nitpick, it could do with some more features to justify its high price tag – like a 360-degree camera and HUD or ventilated seats, to name a few. And there needs to be a sportier version in the line-up as well. The latter might be fixed soon with the arrival of the RS version, but Skoda India hasn’t indicated its imminence yet. 

    Rear View

    In conclusion, the new-gen Skoda Octavia has remained a formidable sedan that has stood ground against the uprising popularity of the SUVs. It continues its legacy of being a big, practical, comfortable, and luxurious sedan that is equally good to drive as it is to live with. Buy one while you still can! 

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    Specifications

    CAR NAMESkoda Octavia
    VariantL&K
    ENGINE
    Fuel2.0 TSI Petrol
    Installationfront, transverse
    Displacement1,984cc
    Power188 bhp @ 4,180 rpm
    Torque320 Nm @ 1,500 rpm
    Power to weight128.86bhp per tonne
    Torque to weight 219.98Nm per tonne
    Gearbox7-speed DCT automatic
    CHASSIS & BODY
    Kerb weight1,459kg
    Tyres (F/R)205/55 R17
    Spare-
    STEERING
    Turning circle10.4m
    BRAKES
    FrontVentilated Discs
    RearDiscs
    Anti-lockYes

    Test Data

    CAR NAMESkoda Octavia 
    Variant2.0 TSI L&K
    PERFORMANCE & BRAKING
    0-60kph4.2s
    0-100kph9.03s
    0-120kph11.03s
    20-80kph in 3rd gear4.64s
    40-100kph in 5th gear5.53s
    100-0kph3.39s / 42m
    FUEL ECONOMY
    City7.38kmpl
    Highway14.56kmpl
    Tank size50-litres
    Range890km
    INTERIOR MEASUREMENTS
    Front
    Legroom(Max/min)890/670mm
    Headroom(Max/min)1,010/930mm
    Shoulder room1,410mm
    Backrest height660mm
    Rear  
    Legroom(Max/min)810/570mm
    Ideal legroom640mm
    Headroom960mm
    Shoulder room1,370mm
    Seat base length460m
    Backrest height630mm
    Boot (with all seats up)
    Length/width/height1,060/1,010/550mm
    Loading lip height710mm
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    Skoda Octavia Colours

    Skoda Octavia is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Brilliant Silver
    Brilliant Silver

    Skoda Octavia Mileage

    Skoda Octavia mileage claimed by ARAI is 15.8 kmpl.

    PowertrainARAI MileageUser Reported Mileage
    Petrol - Automatic (DCT)

    (1984 cc)

    15.8 kmpl12.25 kmpl
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    • Best car , i love it , it's my dream to have it.
      Good performance with high comfort, luxury feel good looks which makes a statement which is of beautiful in looks , the driver view is next level , with more options best entertainment system.
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    • Skoda Octavia Review
      I bought this instead of Virtus just because Virtus coasts 21 lac and this car coasts 5\6 lac more but it offers tons of features and performance driving experience is smooth because of 2.0 engine and dsg gear box servicing and maintenance is little bit higher side but its okay since its luxurious car
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    • Skoda Octavia L&K review
      Maintenance is a bit high but still, it's having the perfect design, perfect pickup, and performance and it's a cool fun to drive car! buying a new Octavia l and k is a bit costly but still, overall rating is 5.
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    • Octavia the legend.
      This car is seriously a legend of all time since 2001. And nothing different now except the price although it justifies it if you are an enthusiastic person. The performance of the car is so damn good it is not one of it is the best performance car in the segment or above a segment. The cabin feels so premium and elegant. The power delivery is so much fun to drive and extremely good looking especially in graphite colour. I love this. The comfort level is very good you have so much side support and the seats are perfectly cushioned. The only thing missing is the sunroof. In this price point and ventilated seats other than that it has tons of features. The music system and sound output are so damn good all thanks to the Canton speaker system. The fuel economy is around 10 km/l when relaxed driving. The high-speed stability is so damn good that you can't feel any fear at 200 km/h. The top speed is >235 km/h. The service centre experience is also good enough but the only thing is it is on the price side which is not so great. The cabin insulation is so good you barely hear any sound except the sporty note of the engine when revs high. The ground clearance is a bit low but it is manageable too. If you are a performance lover then just go for this you will love this. I always get a smile when I drive it.
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    • Skoda Octavia Review
      Earlier I felt the only issue was with the low clearance of the car. Once, I crossed 4.5 years, hell broke loose. Failed engine cooling system and compressor of the AC. Bad service and no response/solution from the company. The service executive/agent told me to sell it off as its life is only 4.5 years.
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    FAQs About Skoda Octavia

    Q: What is the price of Skoda Octavia?
    Skoda has stopped the production of Skoda Octavia. The last recorded price of Skoda Octavia is Rs. 27.34 Lakh.

    Q: Which is Octavia Top Model?
    The top model of Skoda Octavia is L&K 2.0 and the last recorded price for Octavia L&K 2.0 is Rs. 30.44 Lakh.

    Q: Which car is better between Octavia and Superb?
    Skoda Octavia price starts at Rs. 27.34 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 1984cc engine. Whereas, Superb price starts at Rs. 54.00 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 1984cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: Is there a new coming up Octavia?
    No, there is no running/upcoming Skoda Octavia.

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