Brochure scans of the India-spec Skoda Octavia now available

Posted on: Sep 20, 2013 - 5:08pm IST

Here are brochure scans of the Skoda Octavia that is expected in the market next month. From the uploads, we get confirmation that the Octavia will launch with two petrol engines and one diesel engine.

The 1.4L TSI, available only as a manual, produces 140PS and 250Nm with a fuel economy of 16.8 kmpl. The bigger 1.8L TSI motor produces 180PS and 250Nm and is available only as an automatic variant. This engine’s ARAI-rated fuel efficiency stands at 14.7 kmpl.

Skoda Octavia unveiled in Mumbai
The Octavia, unveiled last month in India, will launch in October with two petrol and one diesel engine options.

The big seller in this lot is undoubtedly the 2.0L TDI which delivers 143PS of power and 320Nm of torque. This engine is available in both manual and automatic variants, both 6-speed units. The fuel efficiencies stand at 20.6 kmpl and 19.3 kmpl respectively.

The four powertrain choices are further divided into Active, Ambition and Elegance trim levels. The top-end Elegance gets boot spoiler, Bi-Xenon headlamps, LED daytime running lamps, tire pressure sensor, front parking sensors, chest level and curtain airbags, sunroof with remote control, electrically adjustable driver seat with memory function, rain-sensing sunroof, headlight washers, net storage below the parcel shelf, retractable screen for rear windshield and cruise control.

Skoda Octavia side profile
The car will be available in Active, Ambition and Elegance variants.

The car can be bought in 7 color options such as Cappuccino Beige, Brilliant Silver, Candy White, Metal Grey (new), Magic Black, Rio Red (new), and Race Blue (new).

For a more thorough variant wise feature analysis, scroll through the brochure scans below.

Skoda Octavia Brochure Scans

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3 thoughts on “Brochure scans of the India-spec Skoda Octavia now available

  1. Nicolae Carpathia says:

    Like they did with the Laura, Skoda once again forces you to go for the top of the range version if you want 6 airbags and stability control.

    Safety should be standard across the range and not just for the more expensive model. I’m very disappointed.

  2. Pawan Joshi says:

    Man, this not brochure, but a microsoft excel document. see the blue lines in the images. they are for print break.

    someone pulled a fast one. ha ha.


    1. Hello PJ, we’ve updated the images. The brochure was handed to us by Skoda at the media drive earlier this month.


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