Skoda Auto, more commonly referred to as Skoda, is a car manufacturer based in the Czech Republic. It became wholly owned by the Volkswagen group in 2000. Its products are available worldwide, except for North America and Brazil.
Models like the Octavia, Fabia and Superb – stylish, reliable and competitively-priced cars – have changed public opinion of the brand, and brought them previously unseen success.
Today, Skoda is a brand known for stylish cars, reliable engines and clever advertising. This combination has helped transform it into the success we see today.*Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Skoda models. This also includes an average car insurance price for each car across different age groups. These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 01/01/18 – 01/10/18. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.
**Information sourced from Parkers.co.uk
Skoda has entered the ‘city car’ market – up against tough competition from the likes of the Volkswagen Up, Fiat 500 and SEAT Mii. The Citigo has four seats, meaning this car could be ideal for first-time drivers or a small family.
Car insurance costs for the Citigo could be quite cheap depending on your circumstances. Drivers’ quotes from our website show that 21 - 40 year olds could be paying £572* a year.
Below we have more information on the Citigo. If you’re thinking about buying one you can get a sense of how much running costs will be yearly, by checking insurance groups, engine size and its tax band.
|Skoda Citigo||Typical Insurance Group**|
|S||1.0||1 - 2||B - F|
||1 - 2||A - F|
||2||B - F|
As the Rapid offers a huge amount of interior space, this would be a sensible choice for a family car. This car stays loyal to Skoda’s core values: it’s spacious, great value for money, and designed with the driver and passenger in mind.
Insurance costs the Rapid vary. Those aged 21 - 35 could be looking at premiums of £759*. Whereas if you fall into the 46 - 65 age bracket you could be looking at a yearly cost as little as £340*.
Find more information in our handy table below.
|Skoda Rapid||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Spaceback S||1.0 - 1.6||11 - 15||A - F|
|Spaceback SE Sport||1.0 - 1.6
||13 - 18||A - G|
|Elegance||1.2 - 1.6
||13 - 18||B - E|
The Skoda Fabia is very diverse. With a range of models to choose from, it really does seem to have something for everyone, from small economic hatchbacks to larger estates. It also has a broad range of engine options, all of which means it can fall into a wide range of insurance groups.
For this car, you could be looking at insurance costs of £621* if you’re aged 36 - 55 – depending on your model, driving history and personal circumstances.
|Skoda Fabia||Typical Insurance Group**|
|S||1.0 - 1.4||2 - 13||A - G|
|SE||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 12||A - G|
|SE L||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 12||A - G|
|Monte Carlo||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 12||A - G|
The Octavia is one of Skoda’s best-selling small family cars, and is at the forefront of the brand's redesign and new image. It’s been created to embody a quality driving experience at an affordable price, and these ideas are reflected in its key characteristics.
In the table below, we've collected some of the key characteristics of the Skoda Octavia that can impact your yearly insurance and running costs. We’ve also found out through Confused.com quotes that if you’re aged 31 - 50 then you could get a car insurance premium of £623*.
|Skoda Octavia||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Estate||1.2 - 2.0||7 - 22||A - H|
|Hatchback||1.0 - 2.0||13 - 29||A - G|
|Scout||2.0||19 - 25||D - H|
|vRS||2.0||29 - 30||C - F|
Praised for its spacious interior and practicality, the bulk of poor feedback for this car surrounded its appearance, which isn’t to everyone’s taste. Though discontinued in 2015, the Roomster still has a lot to offer in terms of yearly running costs. In fact, if you’re aged 41 - 60, you could get insurance from as little as £357* a year.
The Roomster can make for a very large, cheap-to-run family car – though insurers still take details such as your driving habits and history into account when calculating premiums.
You can use the table below to gauge potential running costs across the Roomster range.
|Skoda Roomster||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Standard trim||1.2 - 1.9||4 - 14||E - I|
|Scout||1.2 - 1.9||9 - 14||D - I|
|SE||1.2 - 1.9||6 - 14||D - I|
As the stylish and elegant poster-car of the brand, the Skoda Superb sets the standards for other models in the range to follow.
As a large, powerful car with an engine range that goes up to 3.6 litres, finding competitive insurance quotes for the Superb may be difficult. Quotes obtained through Confused.com show that 41 - 60 year olds could get a yearly premium for £490*.
In the table below, we've collected the typical insurance groups and tax bands for models in the current Superb range. You can use this information to gauge how potential insurance and running costs may vary between models.
|Skoda Superb||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Hatchback Greenline||1.9||14||D - E|
|Hatchback Laurin + Klement||1.6 - 3.6||23 -34||C - K|
|Estate S||1.4 - 2.0||13 - 22||A - H|
|Estate SE||1.4 - 2..0||14 - 25||A - G|
The Skoda Yeti has enjoyed some of the greatest success in Skoda’s history. Since its launch in 2009, it has picked up numerous prestigious awards, as well as surviving some rigorous, if unorthodox Top Gear testing.
Drivers aged 21 - 40 could get car insurance for around £709*. Premiums could be cheap for 46 - 65 year olds: quotes from Confused.com show for drivers in this age range could get premiums of £324*.
In the table below, you’ll find a breakdown of some of the models in the Yeti range, along with their typical insurance groups and tax bands.
|Skoda Yeti||Typical Insurance Group**|
|E||1.2 - 2.0||9 - 11||E - F|
|S||1.2 - 2.0
||9 - 15||C - H|
|Adventure||2.0||15 - 18||E - G|
|Monte Carlo||1.2 - 2.0||15 - 23||C - G|