The Škoda Auto company (commonly referred to as Skoda for short) is a Czech car manufacturer. The roots of the company can be traced back to 1895 when the focus of the business shifted from bicycles to powered vehicles. For the modern vehicles on sale from the company, you can find PDF versions of the official owner’s manuals on this page.
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CitigoThe Citigo is a city car marketed by Skoda alongside its corporate siblings the SEAT Mii and the VW Up!. It features a tiny 1000cc engine and is even offered in an all-electric variant too
On the Skoda Enyaq owner's manuals page you can find all of the PDFs we store for that particular car.
FabiaReplacing the Felicia model in 1999, the Fabia is also classed as a compact car. The secret to the success of the car has been its wide range of trims on offer including a performance turbodiesel version called the vRS
On the Škoda Kamiq owner's manuals page you can find all of the PDFs we store for that particular car.
KaroqIn 2017 Skoda introduced the Karoq to the market. A subcompact crossover SUV, the car is built on the same platform as the Kodiaq and the Audi A3. 2019 saw this Karoq become the best-selling model for the Czech automaker
Kodiaq2016 saw the introduction of the Skoda Kodiaq, a mid-size crossover SUV that uses the Volkswagen Tiguan platform. Thanks to its heavily developed chassis by its parent company the car scores 5 out of 5 stars with Euro NCAP for safety
OctaviaYou can trace the Octavia name back to the 1950s when it was first used by the company for a compact car. Nowadays the model is still classed as a compact car built on the Volkswagen Passat/Golf platform
RapidThe longest-running model line for the automaker, the Skoda Rapid first appeared in the 1930s. This modern version of the car is based on the same platform as the SEAT Toledo and boasts a 5 out of 5 stars for safety by Euro NCAP
RoomsterThe Roomster was a diverse car with features that helped it slot into various categories of body style. Built on VW technology the multi-purpose car was made popular thanks to its customizable interior and ample cargo space
Škoda ScalaThe Scala sits with the Kamiq on the Volkswagen Polo chassis and is marketed as a small family car. It boasts features such as an electronically adjustable suspension and touchscreen infotainment and all-digital instrument cluster
SuperbThe Skoda Superb first made its appearance in the late 1930s. It is now a large family car based on the Volkswagen Golf. Modern versions boast cutting-edge technology such as plug-in hybrid systems
YetiEntering the market in 2009, the Yeti was Skoda's first entry into the SUV world. It was especially popular thanks to its high safety score and the fact that it shared its platform with established models such as the Volkswagen Golf
Skoda was originally privately owned until the parent company that owned them became state-owned in 1948.
This company continued to produce cars of their own until they were acquired fully by the Volkswagen Group in the year 2000 after years of gradual acquisition.
During World War 2 the company was ordered to produce parts for military vehicles to assist the German war machine.
Skoda gained themselves a bad image for being unreliable and cheap cars during the 20th century. With the acquisition of them by the Volkswagen group the brand’s image rapidly changed during the 21st Century into being a more affordable way to buy a Volkswagen car.
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