The Skoda Slavia is available with discounts of over Rs 90,000. Kushaq marked the beginning of the resurgence of the Czech carmaker in India during a period when the company was grappling with its previous-generation products in our market. It initiated a significant turnaround, and the subsequent release of the Slavia further solidified Skoda’s position in the Indian automotive landscape. Remarkably, India is Skoda’s largest market outside of Europe today. These attractive discounts could further boost the demand for the premium mid-size sedan.
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Discounts on Skoda Slavia
Skoda is offering some pretty huge and creative benefits on Slavia. First of all, there is an assured 5 gm gold coin worth Rs 30,000+ with the purchase of the Slavia. On top of that, one could avail of the Rs 40,000 (on 1.0-litre trim) or Rs 60,000 (on 1.5-litre trim) exchange bonus. Furthermore, the Czech carmaker also offers 4 year / 60,000 km Skoda Care Service Value Package on select model variants. Finally, the Slavia buyers are also eligible for either additional Loyalty benefits (if you own Skoda, VW, Audi or Porsche cars) or Corporate Discounts. Hence, the total amount is well over Rs 90,000.
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The Skoda Slavia comes with two distinct engines. These comprise a 1.0-litre TSI turbo petrol and a 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine, delivering peak power and torque figures of 115 hp / 178 Nm and 150 hp / 250 Nm, respectively. The smaller engine has either a 6-speed manual or a torque converter automatic gearbox. The larger engine is available with either a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed DCT gearbox. The Slavia’s range falls between Rs 11.39 lakh and Rs 18.68 lakh, ex-showroom.
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What We Think
The competition in this segment is on the rise. Hyundai recently launched its all-new Verna which aims to become the segment leader. The Honda City has always been a formidable force in this category. Amidst such stiff competition, Skoda Slavia is trying to make its own legacy. It is clearly not easy. That is why discounts like these could help a lot. The potential buyers who always wanted the Slavia now get an incentive to do so. This could persuade more people to opt for the Czech sedan.