Czech-born SKODA are celebrating 3 triumphant accolades at the What Car? Awards, alongside six price point wins.
After being hailed the Car of the Year in 2015, the ever-notable Fabia has yet again swept the board, this time being awarded the prize of Small Car of the Year. Diminutive but packing an absolute punch, the Fabia continues to leave judges in awe of its wide range of modern technology, safety equipment and, of course, value for money.
The SKODA Octavia also left its competition in the dust, winning the 2016 What Car? Family Car of the Year for the third consecutive year. The panel simply couldn’t ignore its remarkable interior space and economical running costs, making it a shoo-in for the needs of most buyers in the bracket.
Wrapping up SKODA’s exceptional evening was the jubilance of the all-new Superb taking the top spot as Estate Car of the Year. With one of the largest cabins available, a spacious boot and convenient touches such as a removable torch, SKODA have proved that they truly understand how to make a car that’s practical for everyday life.
In addition, SKODA also remained irresistible to judges in the What Car? price point categories, where the brand was commended six times, including the SKODA Citigo being named Best City Car in the under £10,000 price bracket.
With such an impeccable line of awards being presented to SKODA, it’s clear that the brand is continuing to grow from strength to strength across all of its model ranges.