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Skoda Octavia VRS Review
The new Skoda Octavia vRS is big news in the world of hot hatches because it’s, well, massive. Octavias always have been.
Better still, the new one is more efficient, too, because it features a range of new tech including an optional hybrid system. The hybrid model shares its hybrid drive tech with the new Cupra Leon and VW Golf GTE, but wraps it up in a more practical family-focused package.
The new Skoda octavia vrs accessories takes the recently revamped Octavia and adds plenty of sporty features. The front grille now gets a moody black finish, there’s a huge new air intake in the bottom half of the front bumper and the plastic trims above the fog lights come painted black, too. Lowered suspension, larger alloy wheels and a subtle lip spoiler on the hatchback’s bootlid complete the Octavia’s vRS makeover.
The new Skoda Octavia vRS’s interior follows a pattern set by the latest VW Golf and SEAT Leon. Everything’s very simple, minimalist and (mostly) button-free. It features a large central touchscreen infotainment system, a digital driver’s display instead of conventional analogue dials and a dinky selector switch instead of a chunky gear lever.
The dashboard has a slightly more flowing design to it than these cars, though, and you get plenty of bright red trims to make sure you don’t mistake it for the standard Octavia inside. Red mood lighting on the doors and red stitching on the more supportive sports seats add to the vRS’s sporty demeanour, as do the embroidered headrests and vRS-specific graphics on the driver’s display.
Of course, this being an Octavia, adults of all sizes will sit comfortably. There’s loads of space around the front seats and two tall adults will stretch out in the back too, let alone kids. A simply huge boot takes care of the luggage – bigger than that of any other hot hatch.
The new Skoda Octavia vRS is available as a vRS iV hybrid model. This uses the same combination of 1.4-litre petrol engine and electric motor as the new VW Golf GTE and hybrid variants of the Cupra Leon.
As a result, it produces an identical 245hp and drives the front wheels through the same six-speed DSG automatic gearbox. Skoda says it’ll reach 60mph from rest in less than 7.3 seconds and reach 140mph. You’ll also be able to travel for around 39 miles using just electric power.
The new Octavia isn’t just going to come as a hybrid, though – you’ll also be able to get a purely-petrol-powered version with a 245hp 2.0-litre engine. This model will come with a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, or you can upgrade to a seven-speed DSG automatic, and it also features an electronic limited-slip differential for maximum traction out of corners.
Finally, there’ll also be a 200hp 2.0-litre diesel-powered Octavia vRS. This model will ditch the manual gearbox option and come with the seven-speed auto as standard. But, you will be able to upgrade from front- to four-wheel drive for a bit of extra traction in slippery conditions.
The 2.0-litre petrol engine is pretty punchy, and feels like it will easily match Skoda’s performance claims. It revs cleanly and has proper strength to get what is quite a large car moving from a standstill.
The twin-clutch DSG gearbox changes gear swiftly and smoothly, and does a pretty decent job of knowing which gear you want to be in at any given moment.
The Skoda octavia vrs accessories suspension is stiffer and 15mm lower than that in lesser Octavias, and you can really feel the difference. It does good job of dealing with the UK’s scarred backroads, and doesn’t get too deflected by bumps. The body remains under total control at all times, too, so you don’t have to put up with any unseemly pitching and rolling.
The ‘progressive’ steering is neat, too, because it’s quick enough to required just a single turn to go from straight ahead to full lock at parking speeds, but is slow enough so that it doesn’t feel frantic at faster speeds.
Having said all that, a Volkswagen Golf GTI, with which the Octavia shares many parts, definitely feels sharper and more involving, and a Honda Civic Type R is a whole load sharper still. The Octavia also suffers from some unpleasant wheel hopping when you put your foot down in slippery conditions. Not nice.
Still, the Octavia vRS also comes with matrix LED headlights that automatically block out part of their beam when a car comes towards you or you catch slower traffic. In effect, you can have full beam on all the time and the car takes care of not blinding anyone.
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