What does CR mean Skoda?

common rail
The ‘CR’ stands for common rail – a direct injection fuel system where fuel at very high pressure is delivered via a common pipe (rail) to electronically controlled solenoid valves that meter the fuel into the cylinder.

How good are Skoda diesel engines?

The 148bhp diesel engine (badged 2.0 TDI 150PS) is an impressive performer. Not only can it get the Octavia from 0-62mph in a very respectable 8.7sec but, more importantly, it pulls strongly from low revs. It’s a great fit for the car, whether you’re travelling alone or with the family and a boot full of luggage.

How reliable are Skodas?

Skoda are very reliable. So reliable, in fact, that they’ve topped quite a few dependability tables in the past few years. The Telegraph placed Skoda at the top of their dependability table in 2016 and 2017. Skoda had just 66 problems per 100 vehicles which is down from the 77 problems per 100 vehicles last year.

What does TDI CR DPF stand for?

standard diesel particulate filter
The Skoda Superb is now available with a 140bhp 2.0-litre TDI CR DPF common-rail diesel engine. The standard diesel particulate filter (DPF) ensures it’s compliant with Euro V emissions regulations. Prices will still start at £18,205 – the same as the outgoing engine.

Which ŠKODA engine is best?

The 1.0-litre petrol engine is surprisingly peppy around town and can easily keep up with most traffic, while the 1.4 TSI 150 petrol is smooth and quick, as is the later 1.5 version. All the diesel options deliver good low-down punch and balance that with better economy.

Who makes the engines for ŠKODA?

Mladá Boleslav plant
2017 – 13 million engines and 1.0 TSI The number of engines produced by the Mladá Boleslav plant is now over 13 million, and 2017 saw the production launch of a brand new product – 1.0 TSI.

What are the specs of the Skoda Octavia hatchback?

Scroll down for the full details of the Skoda Octavia Hatchback right here. On this page, you will find all of the key specs for the Skoda Octavia Hatchback from overall fuel efficiency in MPG and its top speed in MPH, to running costs, dimensions, data and lots more.

Is the Skoda Octavia elegance a good car?

As a large family car with great levels of comfort and practicality, the Skoda Octavia Elegance 2.0 TDI CR DSG is a great choice. The car offers the perfect combination of performance, efficiency a…

Which is better Skoda Octavia 1.4 TSI or 1.6 TSI?

That said, the 140PS 1.4 TSI petrol is more versatile and better suited to long motorway runs. It’s only slightly less efficient, with a claimed of 53.3mpg. The most efficient engine is the 1.6 TDI which produces 105PS and 250Nm of torque. CO2 is just 99g/km meaning zero VED and making it congestion charge exempt.

When is the best time to buy a Skoda Octavia?

Now is a good time to pick up a used MK2 Octavia, so here’s what to look for. 5dr hatch and estate (1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 2.0 petrol, 1.6, 1.9, 2.0 diesel) By 2009, the second generation Skoda Octavia had been on sale for five years and had been steadily bringing a legion of new buyers round to the Skoda brand.