This forward, looking plug in hybrid technology, delivers impressive performance on demand, but also offers, oh, so, peaceful progress all with hugely attractive running costs by keeping fuel and tax bills appealingly low, but it's a mark of the octavia that its impressive powertrain doesn't overshadow the rest of Its qualities from the vast amount of space it offers for the money in the front back, and especially in the boot through to the supple comfortable, ride, impressive infotainment and navigation tech and strong standard kit list. One of the reasons the octavia iv is such a good plug in hybrid is because assuming you've charged it up, it can officially do more than 40 miles purely on battery power and even in real world driving, you should easily be able to get more than 30 Miles before the petrol engine cuts in so you can treat it like an electric car most of the time. But when you put your foot down hard, the petrol engine and the electric motor work together to give surprisingly quick acceleration and the iv is good to drive in other respects too thanks to tidy handling and a comfortable ride. The skoda octavia has always been a car designed with usability in mind, and this latest version is no different. There'S no danger of cramps setting in on long motor trips, the driver can properly stretch out behind the wheel and rear seat. Space is among the best in the class, and the travelling environment is a pleasant one too.
The most prominent materials feel good to the touch and the big 10 inch infotainment screen you get with sc technology. Spec is positioned right, where you want it with clear graphics that can be recognized as a glance and, of course, this estate version has a huge usefully shaped boot, even in plug in hybrid form. The octavira estate is a brilliant car made even better by the addition of this electrified option and that's.