Skoda presents its first-rate new Rapid model

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Available To Lease – Skoda’s New Family Rapid Model

SKODA introduces its new compact saloon, the Skoda Rapid: a new benchmark for elegance and precision.

Following the success of the Citigo, Skoda is determined to continue its all time tradition of excellence in the automotive industry with even better models.

The Rapid will sit between the Fabia supermini and the Octavia family hatch when it arrives in UK showrooms in the autumn.

With its expressive design both inside and out, the Skoda Rapid will treat drivers to plenty of space and amazing comfort, also boasting an affordable price tag, an efficient engine and comprehensive safety features.

This model breathes new life into the compact saloon segment with its salient features that set it ahead of its competitors in the automotive industry.

This great little model is the first Skoda to receive the brands all new crisp and sharply styled design, yet still keeping its traditional features such as the wide grille and boxy tail-lights.

Delivering clever solutions and being a product of nouveau technology, a purchase or lease of this vehicle would be a smart choice and serve as an excellent family car.

In addition, this Skoda Rapid is a clear illustration of the brands effort in cutting operational costs to a minimum low and heightening economy on fuel.

This model complements its siblings, the Skoda Octavia and the Skoda Fabia and will help Skoda reach a target of 1.5 million worldwide annual sales by 2018.

In short, the new Skoda Rapid is a comfortable, reasonably priced and environmentally priced vehicle that could be ‘right up your street’.

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Andrew Kirkley
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  • 22nd June 2012

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