The Skoda brand has come on leaps and bounds over the past few decades, and now produces some of the best cars on sale today.
The Czech manufacturer’s range has also expanded in that time, too, to include seven different models, and that’s before you consider sporty variants and different body styles.
Whether it’s a city car or a seven-seat SUV, the Skoda range has plenty to offer.
Here’s a look through the range.
Citigo (£8,890 - £11,890)
As Skoda’s smallest car, the Citigo is a fantastic inner-city runabout that’s ideal for nipping in and out of city streets.
Offered in three- and five-door body styles, the Citigo is also surprisingly roomy for adults, while the boot is a decent size for a city car.
From the start of 2020, the Citigo will also be offered as an EV, which will be Skoda’s very first electric car.
Fabia (£14,145 - £18,345)
The Fabia is one of the best value superminis available, with prices starting from just over £14,000 for a model with the turbocharged 1.0-litre petrol engine.
It’s available as a five-door hatchback, which accounts for the majority of sales, but an estate version is also offered, which offers an impressive 530-litre boot.
The Fabia is refined, well-equipped, practical and very hard to fault.
Octavia (£18,610 - £33,330)
The Octavia is one of Skoda’s most versatile offerings, and the firm’s best-selling car by some margin.
This model has vast appeal – from the entry-level versions that are popular with the taxi market, through to the sporty vRS models and rugged Scout versions.
With a broad number of engines available, as well as hatchback and estate variants, the Octavia is a car with vast appeal.
Superb (£24,655 - £40,695)
The Superb is Skoda’s flagship model in every sense, thanks to its luxurious interior and incredible spaciousness. It’s no understatement to say that the Superb has rear legroom levels rivalling luxury cars costing five times as much.
Skoda has only just facelifted the Superb, with the updated car gaining even more equipment as standard, along with a redesigned look, more safety aids and an upgraded interior.
As with the Fabia and Octavia, the Superb is also offered as a five-door hatchback and as an estate – this being one of the most practical wagons on sale today.
Kamiq (Prices TBA)
The Kamiq is Skoda’s all-new crossover, which becomes the smallest SUV in the range.
Skoda unveiled the Kamiq at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show to rival models such as the Citroen C3 Aircross and Seat Arona. Despite it being the smallest Skoda SUV, the model is still expected to be one of the most spacious cars in its class.
Full prices and specs will be announced shortly for the Kamiq.
Karoq (£21,945 - £33,715)
The Karoq replaced the Yeti – Skoda’s first SUV. Despite it lacking the individuality of that car, the Karoq is one of the most well-rounded cars in its class.
It’s impressively spacious and comes with loads of standard equipment for the price. It’s also remarkably flexible thanks to its ‘Simply Clever’ features – including an electrically retractable tow bar and Vario adjustable boot floor.
Kodiaq (£29,095 - £43,390)
Skoda’s largest SUV is the only model in the firm’s range available with seven seats, which therefore gives the Kodiaq vast appeal to larger families.
Standard equipment is also superb, and includes 18-inch alloy wheels, an eight-inch touchscreen, cruise control and dual-zone climate control, to name but a few features.
The Kodiaq is also the first Skoda SUV to get the sporty vRS treatment, as it’s offered with a torquey 236bhp biturbo 2.0-litre diesel engine to give the Kodiaq a sportier edge.