Lease the Skoda Octavia RS iV as a station wagon for 129 euros net per month
With the Octavia RS iV, Skoda has set up a sporty plug-in hybrid. As a station wagon, it is now available at low cost in leasing.
At sparneuwagen.de (cooperation partner of AUTO BILD) there is the station wagon for commercial customers for just once 129 euros net per month (153.51 gross). As is common with plug-in hybrid models, a one-time Special payment of 4500 euros net due, which must be provided by the lessee as an advance payment. If the application for the However, the amount will be fully reimbursed for the environmental premium at the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA). Condition for full repayment is a minimum contract term of 24 months, which is also fulfilled with this deal. The annual Free kilometers amount to the offer 10,000 kilometers, more driving distance is available for an extra charge. A deposit is not due, the lessor requires it Transportation costs and admission fees. Together they are 1164 euros gross. The total costs, minus the BAFA premium, amount to EUR 4,848 gross, which corresponds to a gross monthly charge of EUR 202. (Calculate maintenance costs? To the car insurance comparison)
The Octavia RS is a Order vehicle. Therefore, customer requests can be taken into account and the vehicle can thus be freely configured. But the basic equipment is also impressive. Keyless-Go, Matrix LED headlights, sports seats and a sports steering wheel are just some of the equipment details that the Czech has to offer. Thanks to MIB3, the Skoda is also fully networked. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto even wireless is part of good sound. The only disadvantage of the order vehicle: the delivery time is with about eight months specified. Due to high demand, the offer may no longer be available at short notice, according to sparneuwagen.de. 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).