Skoda Felicia 1.3 68 HP Reviews
Product Type: Skoda cars
Newest Review: ... and VW are very reliable cars and what do you know so is this. it doesnt matter what you throw at it it just wont die. i ... more
Customer Skoda Felicia 1.3 68 HP Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/07/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
mornin' all this is the ever so slightly more powerfull of the 1.3 felicia range. ill be as honest as always... its not pretty , its not its not an aging design, they have a tendancy to rust after around 10 years but... its practically a VW golf in disguise, the engine straight out of a MK3 along with the gearbox and most of the interior is too. and VW are very reliable cars and what do you know so is this. it doesnt matter what you throw at it it just wont die. i gought one for £200 off my sister 3 years ago and drove the hell out of it for 12 months. it had just over 100,000 miles on the clock, it got treated like crap in a friends field because ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/01, updated on 15/06/01 (Useful, 430 readings)
I drive a 1.3 GLi Felicia, it is the higher power model, it is as standard from the dealer with no modification. The Skoda Felicia is a good car, i've driven one for over three years and it has never let me down. It isn't the best car on the road, or the fastest, but I think it is one of the cheapest, it cost me £8,000. For a five door 1.3l Fiesta or Corsa or whatever the price was about 10,000 to 11,000. That makes it a hell of a car. The insurance is cheap, i get a good MPG from it, and to be honest it doesn't really get targetted vy thieves. I've driven my fair share of miles in it, and i've had no serious problems, the worst ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/00, updated on 20/07/00 (Very useful, 242 readings)
A good price coupled with free finance, servicing and AA cover makes this a very attractive package indeed. It is very solidly built, as having hit a bank hard enough to knock the tyre from the rim, neither the bodywork or suspension has been in anyway damaged. The paint (rally red) is thick and lustrous and there isn't a scratch on it after a good years driving. Handling is safe and predictable, much like the rest of the car. It never surprises me and always leaves me feeling in control. The fact that I, a self confessed inexperienced driver with occasional 'boy racer tendencies' has managed to keep it out of ditches, hedgerows and banks ... Read the complete review
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