ŠKODA’s Used Car Event Offers Customers Outstanding Value

ŠKODA’s Used Car Event Offers Customers Outstanding Value

19/11/2015
ŠKODA is offering used car buyers an early Christmas present in the form of a special 14-day used car event. Running across 134 retailers from 21 November to 4 December, the nationwide event offers buyers the opportunity to purchase a used ŠKODA with up to £1,000 towards the finance deposit and 8.3% APR Representative.

Milton Keynes, 19 November 2015 - The deal also boasts a 24-month extended warranty​‡​​​, free roadside assistance and two services from ŠKODA-qualified technicians for only £99**.

Contributions towards finance deposits include £1,000 on Superb and Yeti, £500 on Citigo and £750 for the Fabia, Octavia, Roomster, Rapid Spaceback and Rapid.

John French, head of sales operations, ŠKODA UK, commented: “Our Approved Used Car event is a great opportunity for new and loyal customers to benefit from a suite of fantastic offers and drive away in a high quality Approved Used Skoda.”

For more information visit ŠKODA.co.uk/used

 

 

*At the end of the agreement there are three options: i) own the vehicle: pay the optional final payment; ii) return the vehicle: subject to fair wear and tear, charges may apply; or iii) replace: part exchange the vehicle.
Offer available on approved used ŠKODAs up to 2 years old purchased with a Solutions Personal Contract Plan from ŠKODA Financial Services between 21st November and 4th December 2015 from participating Retailers. Offers are not available in conjunction with any other offer and may be varied or withdrawn at any time. Finance subject to status. Exclusions and T&Cs apply. Available to 18s and over. Subject to availability. Excess mileage charges may apply if the vehicle is returned.
**£99 service plan includes a maximum of 2 consecutive services comprising: 1 x Major Service, 1 x Minor Service. Any other work outside this service schedule is not included.
‡ŠKODA Approved Warranty is available on all Approved Used ŠKODA’s purchased from a participating ŠKODA Approved Retailers and includes only the first year’s MOT Cover.
Exclusions and T&Cs apply. Accurate at time of publication 11/15. Freepost ŠKODA Financial Services.

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