What used Skoda Kodiaq estate will I get for my budget?
About £22,000 should get you into the driver’s seat of a 1.4-litre petrol-engined Kodiaq, that for a 2017 car with a low mileage and bought from an independent or franchised dealers. Up that to between £23,000 and £25,000 and you should secure a diesel-engined car that satisfies the same criteria.
How much does it cost to run a Skoda Kodiaq estate?
The most economical engine is the 2.0 TDI 150 diesel, which, when equipped with a DSG automatic gearbox, claims an average fuel consumption of 56.5mpg. The most economical petrol is the 1.4 TSI 125 with a claimed average of 46.3mpg, just ahead of the more powerful 1.4 TSI 150 with a claimed 44.8mpg (when specified with the DSG gearbox).
Cars registered after April 2017 will all pay the same flat rate of annual car tax. Insurance groups range from a reasonable 12 for 1.4 TSI 125 cars up to 23 for some of the more powerful diesel models.
Servicing costs for Skodas tend to be a fraction cheaper than for other cars in the Volkswagen Group, and a number of service plans are available for spreading the costs on older models.