Has the after sales service of Skoda improved over the past year? Are there any issues identified in the skoda rapid with regards to its suspension?
With the facelift, the new Rapid now comes with sharp and chiselled body lines that run throughout the length of the car. Also, it receives new bumpers at both ends. The front grille design, flanked by new headlamp units, follows the brand’s current design language that can be seen on the Octavia and Superb.
Under the hood, Skoda will continue to offer the Rapid with both petrol and diesel engine options. For the petrol variant, the company is likely to continue using the same 1.6-litre motor without any changes. However, for the diesel variant, the car will come with the updated 1.5-litre engine that currently has been introduced in the Ameo diesel. The engine features a slightly larger turbocharger that has been locally sourced and ups the power output to 110PS. Transmission duties will be handled by a 5-speed manual gearbox for both petrol and diesel variant while a 7-speed DSG gearbox will be available only in the diesel variant.
On the price front, expect the Rapid facelift to carry a price tag that will be higher than the current pricing. For more information, click here "Facelifted Skoda Rapid Launching On November 3".
It is great that you are planning for a new car.
Skoda will be finally launching the facelift of the Rapid sedan on November 3. On contacting several dealerships, it has been learned that bookings for the Rapid facelift are being unofficially accepted by few dealerships. A minimum booking amount of Rs 50,000 is being accepted that is completely refundable.
On the price front, expect the Rapid facelift to carry a price tag that will be higher than the current pricing.
For more information, click here "Facelifted Skoda Rapid Launching On November 3".
It is great that you wish to buy a new car, Congratulations!! There have been some slight cosmetic changes in the new variants of Skoda rapid. The name has been changed from Elegance to Ambition and there are some slight changes in the features too like the dual airbag, rain sensing wipers etc. Going for an older variant would depreciate the value of the vehicle. If you are fine with the depreciation, going for the previous variant with such a price seems to be like a fair deal.
i was planning to buy skoda octavia 1.4 petrol . i am having a doubt about the after sale service and the if something gone wrong the parts come out to be very costly is it good to buy this car as compared to corolla altis because toyata being more established brand in inda
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