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New Škoda Roomster N1 at Autotec

New Škoda Roomster N1 at Autotec  
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News, New Models, Minivans/MPVs, Skoda
on 06/05/2006

Source: Skoda


Škoda Auto's presentation at this year's Autotec (Brno) includes the national premiere of the Roomster adapted for the N1 category, as well as a complete portfolio of models intended for entrepreneurs, small traders and companies. The sales of the Škoda Roomster, a fourth model line of Škoda, started officially on Thursday, June 1, 2006. In order to guarantee compliance with quality standards and the performance parameters that are even more impressive than those of the passenger version of the new model, customers can order rebuild preparation kits directly at the manufacturer.


The Roomster's sliding partition wall can be anchored behind the rear seats to carry five passengers and a big load (up to 400 l) at the same time. When the rear seats are folded down and the partition wall moved forward, the vehicle offers loading space of as much as 1,210 l.

However, the visitors to Škoda Auto's extensive Autotec presentation are going to find other utility models, too. The Škoda Fabia Praktik 1.2 12V HTP/47 kW is a high-quality useful vehicle for a very favourable price. The company is introducing its new turbo-diesel engine 1.4 TDI PD/59 kW in the Škoda Fabia Combi N1 and the exhibited Škoda Octavia Combi N1 is equipped with the powerful turbo diesel 2.0 TDI PD/103 kW including a diesel particulate filter (DPF). Offering the possibility of deducting VAT, the Octavia Combi Tour N1 is an ideal vehicle for business – spacious, easy to maintain, offering field-proven quality and reliability.



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