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How much does rear brake pads replacement costs for a Skoda?

The cost of a rear brake pads replacement on a Skoda depends on your car model and engine. Also, depending on your location, the price of a rear brake pads replacement on your Skoda can vary.

Vehicle Dealer price (average) Saving

Skoda Citigo Se 12v

1.0 litres

£118.11 £98.10 17%

Skoda Fabia Classic Tdi

1.4 litres

£111.39 £95.37 14%

Skoda Fabia 3 105

1.6 litres

£115.72 £92.65 20%

Skoda Fabia Ambiente 12v

1.2 litres

£112.08 £93.55 17%

Skoda Fabia

1.0 litres

£111.05 £93.55 16%

Skoda Fabia Classic 1.2

1.2 litres

£107.54 £90.83 16%

Skoda Citigo Monte Carlo

1.0 litres

£118.40 £98.10 17%

Skoda Fabia Comfort 16v

1.4 litres

£114.75 £99.00 14%

Skoda Fabia Classic Htp

1.2 litres

£122.17 £99.00 19%

Skoda Citigo S 12v

1.0 litres

£108.07 £91.74 15%

Skoda Fabia 1 Tdi

1.4 litres

£116.20 £99.91 14%

Skoda Fabia Elegance Tsi

1.2 litres

£113.50 £98.10 14%

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Skoda

Skoda Auto is a Czech automobile manufacturer originally founded in 1895 as Laurin & Klement. In 1925 Laurin & Klement was acquired by the industrial conglomerate Skoda Works, which itself became state-owned in 1948.

In 2000 Skoda became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group.

How popular is Skoda in the United Kingdom?

Skoda’s growing success has been down to strong support from its parent VW Group and its credibility as a mainstream supplier of great value sensible cars.

The number of Skoda cars on the road in the UK has grown consistently over the past 20 years to over 740k and rising.

Great value, solid, sensible motoring

With models so closely related to those of Volkswagen, Audi and Seat, it’s no surprise that the mechanics behind Skoda’s straightforward range of practical town and city cars has proven so reliable and increased in popularity over time.

They deliver models from city car to saloon, and as you’d expect in today’s market, there’s a couple of SUV models thrown in to complete the set.

Skoda supply an abundance of choice and trim for differing budgets

There are a plethora of trim levels available for every model—and that’s not forgetting Skoda’s entry into the electric car market too.

The Skoda Citigoe iV

Skoda’s 4-seater city car electric model is powered exclusively by a 36.8kWh lithium-ion battery allowing for a range of 265km. With zero emissions and compact dimensions, the Cititgoe iV is the ideal city car, taking into account its practical interior storage, nimble footprint and ecological performance.

Skoda’s reliability and reputation

Skoda ranked 7th place out of 30 car brands in the What Car? Reliability Survey in 2018.

Given that most of the marques to make the top 10 were Japanese or Asian manufacturers, it’s quite an achievement for this budget brand to attain such a high rank and efficiency score—only 2.1% behind the number one spot (Suzuki: 97.7% efficient).

Recent Skoda recalls and reliability issues

Various recalls have been made on Skoda models throughout their motoring history. The following are a list of the most recent in the UK and Europe.

17/05/2019 – Skoda Karoq (2018)

The locking pin for securing the head restraints may be missing from the central rear seat

15/02/2019 – Skoda Octavia and Skoda Karoq (2018)

The fitting of the headrest in the rear seat’s backrest may be defective

02/03/2018 – Skoda Karoq (2017)

In the event of the curtain airbag being deployed, parts of the covering of the A-pillar could break off

09/02/2018 – Skoda Citigo (2017)

The towing eye fitted to the vehicle may be defective

26/01/2018 – Skoda Octavia and Skoda Superb (2017)

The strength of the rear wheel bearing housing may be insufficient

14/07/2017 – Skoda Octavia (2008–2009)

A thermal overload can lead to an insufficient earth connection and interrupt the current flow to components int eh ABS/ESC control unit

15/04/2017 – Skoda Superb (2016)

Due to abnormalities in the chemical composition of the initiating device, the seat belt tensioner on the passenger seats may fail to trigger in the event of an accident

19/11/2016 – Skoda Citigo (2016)

The front panel of the sunroof may become detached on account of inadequate bonding and may fall on to the road

All recall information sourced from gov.co.uk data.

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