• Octavia
      • Octavia
        A unique combination of quality, design and value
        • ​​Quality, design and affordability in a unique combination.
        • ​​​An exceptionally wide range of technical options.
        • ​Octavia has safety at its core.
        • till585l /1455l
        • from4.2l/100km
        • from109g/km
  • Fabia
      • Fabia
        Compact car with outstanding interior space
        • ​​​A blend of elegance and functionality.
        • ​Extraordinary space for both the crew and luggage.
        • ​Available with contrasting rooftop colours.
        • till315l /1180l
        • from3.8l/100km
        • from95g/km
      • Fabia Monte Carlo
        Fabia Monte Carlo
        Fashion just found a new designer. Rally.
        • ​A unique style and a ferocious expression.
        • ​The main headlamps as well as the front grille have a black tint.
        • ​Two colour designs of the interior, sports front seats.
        • till315l /1180l
        • from4.2l/100km
        • from109g/km
      • Fabia Combi
        Fabia Combi
        Each day is full of possibilities. Seize them all.
        • ​​A pleasant family vehicle.
        • ​The luggage compartment capacity 505 litres (can be expanded up to 1,485 l).
        • Modern turbo engine TSI and TDI
        • till505l /1485l
        • from3.8l/100km
        • from99g/km
  • Superb
      • Superb
        When you combine elegance with practicality
        • ​A classically elegant sedan with a luxurious space for passenger.
        • TwinDoor – the variable opening of the 5th door.
        • Technically exceptional Bi-Xenon headlamps with AFS.
        • till595l /1700l
        • from4.9l/100km
        • from128g/km
  • Yeti
      • Yeti
        Expect the unexpected
        • ​At home in the city.
        • 4x4 Yeti, at home on the trail.
        • Family orientated practicality and rugged 4x4 styling.
        • till510l /1580l
        • from5.1l/100km
        • from140g/km

Fabia Eco Test

Economy driving world champion Gerhard Plattner drove a Fabia GreenLine from Austria to Denmark and back - 2,006 km - on just one tankful. ​

ŠKODA Economy Run

The lowest average fuel consumption with only 2.78 liters per 100 km was scored by the two drivers Marek Tribula and Martin Kadlec in a ŠKODA Fabia 1.2 HTP. ​

Superb Record Drive

Rally driver and stunt director Li Zhi drove a ŠKODA Superb 1.4 TSI DSG more than 1200 km on regular road on less than one tank filling. 


​All ŠKODA vehicles are designed to be supremely efficient and achieve low greenhouse-gas emissions, thanks to utilizing state of the art technologies. But real world fuel consumption is still in the hands of You, the driver. Improper driving style may increase both fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions by tenths per cent.

That’s why we’d like to offer you with ten tips to help you fully use your car’s potential.

1. Be smooth
Smoothness is mother of efficiency. Aggressive driving with lot of braking and acceleration leads to high fuel consumption. Clean, smooth inputs will not only save you money, they also make your journey more pleasant and comfortable.

2. Look ahead!
Is the traffic coming to a stop in front of you? Is that green light down the road going to turn red? Lift your foot! Coasting car uses no fuel and by slowing down early enough, you may even find in position to accelerate again before you come to a full stop, saving yet more fuel!

3. Engine brake
Brakes turn energy into heat. If your car is equipped with energy recovery system, you can recoup at least part of this energy. And in any case, you’ll save the fuel that would otherwise be used to keep engine running at tickover.

4. Rev low
High engine speeds mean more resistance and more friction losses. Especially with modern turbocharged engines, which can achieve maximum torque in low rpms, it’s unnecessary to rev the engine too much. Or you can just listen to the Shift recommendation system.

5. Travel light
Weight not only slows you down, it also costs you fuel. Take the unnecessary items out of the car, every kilogram counts. And watch for the aerodynamics, too. Try not to leavy your windows open and take off the bike racks or roof boxes when not in use.

6. Navigate
Traffic jams do not only cost you time (and time is money). They increase fuel consumption, so they cost you money. Again. Using your ŠKODA Navigation systems with traffic information, you can avoid them and use your time and money on finer things in life.

7. Slow down
Fast driving usually won’t save you more than a few minutes, but it may severely increase your fuel consumption. Even 10 or 20km/h may make a huge difference and keeping under the speed limits will not only save you money, but also make your journey safer and less stressful.

8. Take care
Only if it’s in perfect shape, can your car give its best. Make sure that your tyres are properly inflated, your oil and filters changed regularly and that your car is properly maintained by professionals at the authorized ŠKODA Service Partner.

9. Switch off
Running your engine on idle is unnecessary waste of fuel, so switch it off every time you stay stationary for a prolonged period of time. Or you can just order one of our Start-stop equipped cars and leave it to computer!

10. Use slipstream
Hiding in the slipstream behind cars or, preferably, trucks, can vastly reduce the aerodynamic drag and significantly reduce fuel consumption. Just watch out and don’t get too close!