Skoda


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Sko·da

(skō'dah),
Joseph, Bohemian clinician in Vienna, 1805-1881. See: skodaic resonance, Skoda rale, Skoda sign, Skoda tympany.
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Tony Slack, right, dealer principle at the Cargo Fleet dealership, described the expansion as the beginning of a new chapter in the Skoda story.
The two firms have enjoyed good business ties since 2013 when Skoda Transportation offered its first tram order to the Turkish city of Konya followed by a successful project for the City of Eskisehir, also in Turkey.
During the event, visitors enjoyed a fun-filled evening of entertainment, including special Skoda prizes, the world's largest Scalextric track, a vintage Skoda 110 R from the Skoda Museum in Mlada Boleslav.
Quite honestly, Skoda as a viable brand looked pan bread.
This marks an unprecedented success for the Northern Ireland motor trade and is the first time that Skoda have awarded their top accolade to a dealership from the province.
All offers will be available only on finance through SKODA Finance.
White Dove Skoda is now offering test drives of the new arrival, which is available as a five-door hatch, with an estate version being released in March.
Nic actually thought it was a joke when Pulman Skoda contacted him to say he had won: "I don't normally win things so when Pulman Skoda called to say it was mine, I was surprised and pleased in equal measure.
Most recently the Skoda Octavia Estate was awarded Diesel Car Magazine's Best Estate Car for 2014, while three of its models took up the top three positions in the recent Auto Express Customer Satisfaction Awards.
Skoda says the benefit is up to PS1,720, depending on model.
While VW hasn't planned a successor to the Superb, the car will remain to be the most expensive model on sale from Skoda.
The upcoming Skoda Rapid Compact Sedan will take on the country's best selling cars like Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire and the Honda Amaze.