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Car loan could buy 'superb green vehicle'

From next week people taking out car loans will have another eco-friendly option thanks to Skoda.

From next week people taking out car loans will have another eco-friendly option thanks to Skoda.

The New Superb GreenLine is described by the manufacturer as a flexible and spacious vehicle which offers good value for money.

Powered by a 1.9 TDI PD engine, which is fitted with a diesel particulate filter, the model returns 105 bhp and features a five speed manual gearbox.

With carbon emissions of 136 g/km, the vehicle also achieves fuel consumption of 55.4 mpg.

Skoda claimed it was able to make the car this efficient by reducing its weight, making the gearing longer and re-mapping the engine.

Commenting on the new model, Chris Horrell, product marketing manager at Skoda, said: "The latest addition to our GreenLine range will be well received by customers seeking a more environmentally-conscious vehicle in the upper medium sector."

Priced at £16,710 on the road, the vehicle goes on sale in showrooms across the UK on Monday October 13th.

Meanwhile, Skoda unveiled a revised version of the Octavia at this month's Paris Motor Show.


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