Ted O'Brien purchased this Skoda Kodiaq new with additional options for $58,000 (including all on-road costs). Ted O'Brien would buy this car again because: "Our ownership experience has been perfect. we are so happy with how This car performs on a daily basis, when we go on longer trips, or when we come across certain things we weren't expecting. This was our first Skoda, but we have since added a 2013 Octavia RS TDI to the garage as well. "
Aaron Dominguez purchased this Skoda Kamiq new with additional options for $40,070 (including all on-road costs). Aaron Dominguez would buy this car again because: "I would buy the Kamiq again for the same reason I bought it in the first place, I believe that compared to it’s competitors it offers the best package for the price. The Hyundai Kona N-Line Premium is external appealing, but the interior is much smaller particularly the boot, and the interior plastics despite a facelift leave a lot to be desired, yet they’re asking price is far more. Similarly the Volkswagen T-Cross, is also visually appealing externally, but the hard plastics throughout really didn’t impress. Then there is the Ford Puma, having driven one, I was impressed with the driving experience, but the interior particularly the back seat is claustrophobic. The Focus Active which was probably more comparable in size to the Kamiq, wasn’t highly specified enough for my liking. If a wagon was offered in a Titanium spec that would have been something I’d consider. Other cars like the Kia Seltos and Toyota CH-R, I just didn’t find appealing. If I were being more practical, then I would have considered the Skoda Scala, as it is basically the same as the Kamiq but with a bigger boot. However, the Skoda Rapid really put me off any Golf-sized Skoda derived hatchback forever."