Skoda has dispatched the new fourth-age Octavia in India at a beginning cost of ₹ 25.99 lakh (ex-display area) and is offering it in two variations. The base Style trim and the reach beating Laurin and Klement (L&K) variation which is estimated at ₹ 28.99 lakh (ex-display area). The Skoda Octavia has consistently been a portion chief in the leader car section, dealing with a fine harmony among solace and driving experience. We as of late drove the 2021 Skoda Octavia and it keeps on being a vehicle that is assembled quite well, set to give an extreme contest to the Hyundai Elantra which is its lone adversary on the lookout until further notice.
Exterior and Interior
At the front, you get the comfortable Skoda grille with thin LED headlamps and a bunch of LED haze lights. It likewise gets striking LED tail lights and the L&K variation accompanies rather special looking, 17-inch Pulsar Black amalgam wheels.
The Octavia accompanies an exceptionally contemporary looking double tone inside. It includes a 2-talked controlling haggle computerized instrument group, while the mid control area houses a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment framework with SmartLink.
Skoda Octavia designing
The fourth-gen Skoda Octavia was divulged universally toward the end 2019, and the carmaker has not changed much for the India-spec model. The new Octavia’s styling has been aligned with the Czech carmakers current plan language. This implies, gone are the past model’s quad-fog light front lamp design and in its place is a more regular plan. The progressions don’t stop there as the new Octavia’s plan overall, is a lot sleeker and more current in appearance than the model it replaces.
Skoda offers three standard shading alternatives with the new Octavia – Lava Blue, Magic Black and Candy White, with two extra shading choices – Brilliant Silver and Maple Brown – held for the Laurin and Klement (L&K) trim.
Driving the all-new Octavia is a sole 2.0-liter, four-chamber, TSI super petroleum motor creating 190hp and 320Nm. The motor comes combined to a 7-speed double grip programmed gearbox with a shift-by-wire selector. In contrast to its archetype, which was additionally offered with a 143hp, 2.0-liter TDI engine, Skoda won’t offer the new Octavia with a diesel motor, in accordance with its choice to zero in on the petroleum portion.