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Lease a Skoda Octavia RS for 153 euros

Lease the new Skoda Octavia RS Combi from 153 euros net

The brand new Skoda Octavia RS Combi is available at a bargain price in leasing. As a 245 hp petrol engine, it costs just 153 euros net per month.

F.There are three different engines for the new Skoda Octavia RS. Customers can choose between petrol, diesel or plug-in hybrid (RS iV). The entry-level prices are 37,958 euros for the sedan and 38,640 euros for the Octavia RS Combi, which is popular in Germany. There is the 245 hp two-liter gasoline engine. The 200 hp diesel and the new plug-in hybrid with 245 hp are slightly more expensive.


There is currently a good leasing offer for the Skoda Octavia RS Combi with a two-liter petrol engine and 245 hp at Sparneuwagen. Commercial customers get the practical station wagon for a favorable 153 euros net per month, no deposit is due. Only the provision costs of 999 euros gross (861 euros net) are added once. The offer runs for 24 months with 10,000 free kilometers per year. Prices for additional kilometers are not specifically stated in the offer, but can certainly be requested from the lessor. (Maintenance costs to calculate? To the car insurance comparison!)

Lush standard equipment on the Octavia RS

Since the vehicles are brand new, the equipment can be freely configured for an additional charge. However, the Octavia RS already has a host of comfort features on board as standard. The highlights are: Bolero audio system including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, DAB +, parking aid front and rear, numerous driver assistance systems, virtual cockpit, matrix LED headlights, heated steering wheel, 18-inch rims, heated seats and more. In addition to a decent acceleration of 6.7 seconds to 100 km / h, the Octavia RS also offers a trunk volume of 640 liters. Due to the high demand, the offer may no longer be available at short notice, according to Sparneuwagen. You can find an overview of all interesting leasing deals here!

* Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions and, if applicable, the power consumption of new cars can be found in the “Guide to Official Fuel Consumption”, which is available free of charge at all sales outlets and from “Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH” (www .dat.de).

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