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Potential Skoda Octavia Owner - Reliability/Things to watch out before buying


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As my used Zoe has joined my past list of cars, RIP, I am looking to probably go for a Skoda Octavia Combi/wagon, Im looking in the year range 20-50k km and years 2018-2022 for a few years old used car, still not decided on if Benzin/Diesel is the way to go, probably looking at the 116 horsepower variant.  Driving will be mainly 30min drives combined mountain/highway, not much stop/go city driving.  Is there an overview of maybe some key things to look out for technically on these cars when buying or general feedback on reliability?  Any main failure modes you have to watch out for with these cars or things to consider?  Hoping here for a reliable car with readily available spare parts on the market. Looking to buy here in Austria

Thanks, Paolo


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