Free extended warranty and fixed-price servicing are being offered to those in lockdown in Victoria looking to buy a new Skoda.
Skoda is doing its best to entice Victorians stuck at home and day-dreaming about a new car.
The Czech brand is offering a free seven-year, unlimited kilometre warranty for all new and demonstrator Skoda models sold in Victoria, which is two years more than the standard warranty.
New and demo Skodas will also come with a three-year, 45,000km scheduled service pack for new cars delivered in the southern state, also at no extra cost.
The service pack gives owners their first 15,000km scheduled service for free, with the 30,000km and 45,000km services completed for a fixed price at any Skoda dealership – giving owners some predictability and peace-of-mind.
With most of the state currently in Stage 3 lockdown, Victorians living in the metropolitan Melbourne area are currently experiencing stricter Stage 4 conditions, which means all dealership showrooms are closed.
While owners can still have emergency repairs carried out by dealership service departments and independent mechanics, buyers in Victoria are only able to purchase new cars online or over the phone.
Skoda’s offer finishes on 30 September 2020, and you can see the details along with terms and conditions by clicking here.
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