2013 Skoda Octavia wagon revealed |CarAdvice

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2013 Skoda Octavia revealed

The first images and of the new Skoda Octavia wagon been released ahead of its at next month#8217;s 2013 motor show.

The load-lugging of the Czech brand#8217;s third-generation medium car will join its counterpart in Australian showrooms in the half the year, when it is set to a keenly priced alternative to the of the Mazda 6. Ford Mondeo. i40 and Opel Insignia .

At 4660mm long, 1815mm and riding on a 2690mm wheelbase, the new Octavia wagon is 90mm and 45mm wider than the it replaces, and is around 110mm between the wheels.

Skoda the Octavia wagon’s expanded and improved interior packaging it class-leading rear-seat legroom and space. The rear cargo now swallows 610 litres of gear all five seats in place – up 30 over the outgoing model – and to 1740 litres with the seats folded forward – up 120 The wagon’s boot is also 20 larger than that of the new

liftback.

Like the liftback, a double-sided mat, net restraint system, and bag hooks and bottle holders are while exclusive features to the include remote folding backrests, retractable variable floor, luggage compartment a coat rack, and a folding passenger seat to make long objects easier.

The Octavia wagon follows the lead of the liftback, adopting the sharper corporate face and new C-shaped LED tail-lights and triangular elements. The wagon boasts an glasshouse that promises all-round visibility as well as rails for added versatility.

Four petrol and four engines – all direct-injection, turbocharged – will be available depending on the boasting efficiency improvements of up to 17 per

The petrol units range in and output from a 63kW/160Nm to a 132kW/250Nm 1.8-litre, while the range from a 77kW/250Nm to the range-topping 110kW/320Nm 2.0-litre. The fuel efficient petrol consumes 4.9 litres per 100km on the cycle while an 81kW diesel sets a new benchmark at

A range of driver assist features will be available in the new wagon, including emergency braking, multi collision lane assist, adaptive control, fatigue detection, up to nine airbags can also be throughout the cabin.

The Skoda wagon will make its debut in Geneva on March 5.

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