The best Skoda cars in history

Even though it is not one of the most known and popular car brands in the world, Skoda is one of the oldest car manufacturers in the world with over 100 years of history. During that period, this manufacturer has produced thousands of units and sold them all over the world. During this period, there have been many great units produced, and we will see what the best ones are.

1. Skoda 422

source: classics.honestjohn.co.uk

This unit was released during the economic crisis, i.e. 1929 and I can be even bought today since there are many of those models present mostly in Europe. The official sales of the unit went from 1929 to 1932. It should be noted that the price of the model then was 1,360GBP. Under the hood, the car had a 1.2-liter engine that had four cylinders and the car used petrol as fuel. It should be also noted that the engine was a 22bhb one while the top speed was 47mph.

2. Skoda Popular

source: wikipedia.org

The sales of this model have started just before the beginning of the Second World War, i.e. 1934. It should be noted that the price of the unit at that time was 292GBP in 1940. The sales continued all until 1946. The car had a 1.1-liter engine under the hood and the engine was a petrol one with four cylinders. The power was 30bhp and the maximum speed of the car was 70mph.

3. Skoda Felicia

source: wheelsage.org

The official production and sales of this model lasted from 1961 until 1964. The price for the model in 1963 was 638GBP and the engine also had a 1.1-liter engine that had 4 cylinders and was using petrol as fuel. It should be also noted that the maximum speed of the car was 80mph. also, the power was 55bhp while the car needed 24.5 seconds in order to reach 62mph.

4. Skoda Octavia

source: en.wheelsage.org

The sales of the first version of Skoda Octavia were going on from 1959 until 1964 and the price for this car in 1959 was 610GBP. The car had a1.2 liter engine, a 4-cylinder one that was running on petrol. First of all, the car needed 29 seconds to reach 62mph while the maximum speed was 71mph.

5. Skoda 1000MB

source: ranwhenparked.net

The manufacturer made this car with a 1.0-liter engine, with four cylinders and it was running on petrol. The power of the unit was 42bhp and the maximum speed was 78mph. It should be also added that 30.8 seconds were needed for reaching 62mph. The model was on sale from 1964 until 1969 and the price for it in 1965 was 579GBP.

6. Skoda 110R coupe

source: motor1.com

The first coupe version of this manufacturer was on sales from 1970 until 1980 and its price in 1974 was 1,079GBP. It should be added that the engine was a 1.1 liter one with 4 cylinders and petrol as a fuel. The top speed was 90mph while 62mph could be reached in 18.5 seconds.

7. Skoda Fabia vRS

source: motoringresearch.com

The sales of this one were active from 2003 to 2007 and the price for it in 200 was 11,990GBP. The engine used was a 1.9 liter one with 4 cylinders and diesel as fuel. It should be also added that the power was 128bhp while 9.6 seconds were needed for achieving the speed of 62mph. when talking about speed, we should also add that the maximum speed was 127mph.

8. Skoda Yeti

source: autonoto.cz

The production and sales of this one started in 2009 and it is still going on. Ti should be said that the price per unit goes from 16,660GBP and that the engine used is a 1.2 liter one, with four cylinders and turbo-diesel. The power that it has is 104bhp while 11.4 seconds are enough for achieving 62mph. the maximum speed is 110mph.

9. Skoda Octavia vRS

source: freepressjournal.in

Being on sales from 2001 until now, and for the price of 23,310GBP, the unit has a 2.0-liter engine that can give the power of 217bhp while the maximum speed is 154mph.

10. Skoda Citigo

source: skoda-storyboard.com

The price for this one goes from 8.090 and the production and sales started in 2012. The engine used is a 1.0 liter one with the capacity for providing the maximum speed of 107mph. The power it has is 74bhp.

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