third generation of the Skoda Octavia was born a few years ago, specifically in 2013. One of the flagship models of the range of the Czech manufacturer came to the market with a new face, more aggressive and stylish, with which I would seek to continue the high pace of sales that you enjoy from that came the first Octavia. Three years later things are not going anything wrong, and it is that the company has reached the number of a million units manufactured of this third edition. A round number, that celebrate from its factory in Mlada Boleslav, in Czech Republic.
The Skoda Octavia is the most successful model of the brand. With its two decades of life, in 1996 was released the first Octavia, save in his be more than five million units sold around the world. It also seems that the years do not weigh you down as they got close last year with a growth of 11% in comparison to 2014. Last year concluded with 432.300 units manufactured, and in this 2016, in just two months, have gone out of their factories about 70,500 cars of the family Octavia.
Although the most important floor of the Skoda Octavia is situated in Mladá Boleslav, the company has more factories where it is assembled this model in countries such as China, Russia, India or Kazakhstan. With this good presence, has become one of the greatest representatives of the brand in the world. In our country we can encontrárnoslo in body-saloon, among which are the sport versions RS, or in the family Station wagon, not to mention the Scout, a variant that puts the adventure as the main objective.
recent reports suggest that the Skoda Octavia will receive an update at the end of this year or early next. This renovation will teach changes aesthetic in addition to a range of mechanical efficiency with which it will seek not to lower the arms in this hard fight that is being waged in the market.
Source – Skoda
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