Skoda offering seven-year warranty until 2022

Skoda will offer its new cars with a seven-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty until the end of 2021. It's also introducing new seven-year service packs.

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If you purchase a Skoda before January 1, 2022 with one of the brand’s new seven-year service packs, it’ll come with a seven-year warranty.

The promotion adds two years to the existing Skoda warranty.

UPDATE, 14/09/21 – The original story said all Skodas sold before January 1, 2022 will have a seven-year warranty. The offer actually applies only to cars purchased with a seven-year service pack.

Skoda says the service packs include three free visits to the dealer. Unlike the warranty, there’s no end date to the seven-year service pack offer.

A full price list is published at the end of this story.

Around 60 per cent of new Skoda buyers buy a three- or five-year service pack, according to the brand.

Meanwhile, the longer warranty brings Skoda into line with industry-leader Kia – albeit only for just under four months.

Kia, SsangYong, and MG all offer full-time seven-year warranties.

Mitsubishi extends its standard five-year, 100,000km warranty to 10 years and 200,000km for owners who maintain their cars within the dealer network.

Skoda says the seven-year service pack and warranty celebrate its sales tally at the end of August.

With 7120 sales it’s already ahead of its all-time yearly sales record of 7001, set in 2019.

That growth shows no sign of abating, either. The new Kodiaq seven-seater is on track to arrive in Australia late in 2021, with the Fabia small hatch to follow early in 2022.

Skoda launched the new Octavia earlier in 2021, and debuted the Kamiq SUV and Scala hatch in 2020.

Skoda service pack prices

Fabia, Rapid, Kamiq, Scala

  • Three-year pack: $800
  • Four-year pack (used cars): $1300
  • Five-year pack: $1500
  • Seven-year pack: $2100

Octavia, Karoq

  • Three-year pack: $800
  • Four-year pack (used cars): $1400
  • Five-year pack: $1550
  • Seven-year pack: $2400

Superb, Kodiaq

  • Three-year pack: $900
  • Four-year pack (used cars): $1600
  • Five-year pack: $1800
  • Seven-year pack: $2700

Octavia RS, Superb Sport/Scout, Kodiaq RS

  • Three-year pack:
  • Four-year pack (used cars): $1800
  • Five-year pack: $2000
  • Seven-year pack: $2900
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