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SKODA YETI OUTDOOR - THE GREAT OUTDOOR?

Skoda's Yeti range has been split in two. If you prefer your Yeti a bit rougher and tougher, you need one with an Outdoor badge on its back door. Andy Enright reports.

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SKODA YETI - THE BEST IS YET TO COME?

Skoda's Yeti has always been one of our favourites but how does the latest 1.2-litre TSI version shape up? Andy Enright reports.

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SKODA YETI - TIME WAITS FOR SNOWMAN

Skoda's Yeti has been given a makeover. Andy Enright runs the rule over the changes to this latest model.

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SKODA YETI - MONSTER TRUCK

Skoda's improved crossover is a well-liked choice in its segment. June Neary discovers why.

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SKODA SUPERB ESTATE - CZECH ESTATEMENT

Skoda's largest model, the Superb, has always been particularly popular in cavernous estate guise. There's no reason to think that things will be any different when it comes to this third generation range. The experts at Car & Driving analyse this Czech load-lugger.

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SKODA SUPERB - NAME CZECH

The Skoda Superb arrives in third generation guise, looking sharp and tilting at some big names. Andy Enright reports.

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SKODA ROOMSTER - SCOUT'S HONOUR?

Scouting for a good deal on a rugged yet stylish small MPV? Look no further than the Skoda Roomster Scout. Jonathan Crouch reports

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SKODA ROOMSTER GREENLINE II - GOING THE EXTRA MILE

The greenest Skoda Roomster is handily badged GreenLine. Steve Walker takes a look.

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SKODA ROOMSTER - THINKING INSIDE THE BOX

Skoda broadens the appeal of its sensible family runabout with a facelift and an impressive new 1.2 motor. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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SKODA ROOMSTER - PET SMART

The 1.2 TSI petrol Roomsters could be the best bet for many buyers. Steve Walker reports.

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SKODA ROOMSTER - ROOM WITH A VIEW

A van-based MPV-sector competitor without the van-based origins, Skoda's improved Roomster represents genuine innovation from the Czech manufacturer. Jonathan Crouch reports...

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SKODA RAPID SPACEBACK - GREENING UP

Skoda's Rapid Spaceback might well be at its most attractive in frugal 1.4 TDI 90PS guise. Andy Enright reports.

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SKODA RAPID SPACEBACK - A STRONGER CZECH MATE

Skoda's Rapid Spaceback is the brand's most competitive try yet at the Focus-sized family hatchback segment. We reckon the 1.2-litre TSI petrol variant is the one to choose. Jonathan Crouch puts it to the test.

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SKODA RAPID SPACEBACK - THE VINYL FRONTIER

Skoda offers two distinct Rapid models, but it's the more conventional-looking Spaceback version that's proved easier for buyers to like in the Focus-class family hatchback sector. It's now better value too. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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SKODA RAPID - RAPIDLY EFFICIENT

The Rapid is Skoda's new representative in the family hatchback segment. Jonathan Crouch tries the frugal 1.6 TDI diesel version.

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SKODA RAPID - RAPID RESPONDER?

Those with long memories will recall Skoda's last Rapid. This one is nothing like it. Jonathan Crouch reports on Skoda's family hatchback contender.

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SKODA OCTAVIA VRS - COP THIS

The third generation Skoda Octavia vRS follows a well-established routine. Why mess with a winning formula? Andy Enright takes a look.

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SKODA OCTAVIA SCOUT - TALENT SCOUT

Skoda's latest Octavia Scout estate is bigger and better than ever. Andy Enright reports.

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SKODA OCTAVIA LAURIN & KLEMENT - CZECH SUM

Skoda's third generation Octavia really shows how far it's come in well-equipped Laurin & Klement guise. Andy Enright reports

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SKODA OCTAVIA GREENLINE - GET YOUR GREENS

Skoda's third generation Octavia GreenLine offers the sort of economy and emissions you'd have thought were reserved for a hybrid. Andy Enright reports

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SKODA OCTAVIA ESTATE - FOUR SQUARE

Skoda's third generation Octavia estate offers all-wheel drive without recourse to a large song & dance. Andy Enright takes a look.

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