SKODA Lease Deals

Skoda Tilsun Car Leasing provides leaseq options for a fantastic range of brand-new SKODA vehicles. See below for our full range.

Top SKODA Deals


1.5 TSI SE L 5dr DSG

Petrol | Automatic

8K miles/annum £3,181.76 Initial Rental

£353.53 inc VAT /month
48 months

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250kW vRS 82kWh 4x4 5dr Auto

Electric | Automatic

8K miles/annum £6,198.04 Initial Rental

£688.67 inc VAT /month
48 months

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1.5 TSI SE Technology 5dr

Petrol | Manual

5K miles/annum £2,706.02 Initial Rental

£300.67 inc VAT /month
48 months

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1.5 TSI 150 Monte Carlo 5dr DSG

Petrol | Automatic

5K miles/annum £2,817.04 Initial Rental

£313.00 inc VAT /month
48 months

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Škoda a  Czech past

Škoda Works was an arms manufacturer established in 1859. Škoda Auto was set up in 1925. It was a successor to Laurin and Klement, a long-established car manufacturer from the 1890s. Based in the Kingdom of Bohemia which is today's modern Czech Republic which was then part of the Austria-Hungary empire.

Škoda works became state-owned in 1948 by the Czechoslovakia government; after the fall of communism with the Velvet Revolution in 1989, Czechoslovakia started to privatise companies, and the Volkswagen Group became a partial owner in 1994. It was a wholly owned subsidiary of VW by the year 2000.

Early Škoda cars are designed

On a backbone tube chassis with all-around independent suspension. It was aimed at solving the stiffness problem of a traditional ladder frame chassis.

Skoda first used this chassis on the Škoda 420 standard in 1933. It became the basis for other models like the Popular, the company's most affordable car, and the Rapid and the Favorit, which were very much influenced by Laurin and Klement’s styling.[3]

After the Second World War and the building reconstruction, the factory Skoda produced the 1101 series, an updated version of the Skoda Popular; however, in 1948, Skoda, along with other manufacturers, became part of the communists’ “planned economy”, which meant being separated from its parent company. However, Škoda still had a good reputation and models such as a Škoda 440, the Spartak 445, Octavia, Felicia and Škoda 1000MB.[1] sold well in communist and western countries.

In the late 1980s, Škoda mainly produced cars with technology dating back to the 1960s. Rear engine models like the Škoda Estelle and Rapid were steadily selling in the eastern bloc. 

The Favorit was popular in certain Western countries, mainly because of a low price point and their performance in the RAC Rally, winning their class for 17 years running*.

 However, the reputation of the cars was subject to derogatory jokes because of their outdated designs and poor-quality materials. 

After the acquisition of Škoda by the VW group and the introduction of western style management and production techniques, combined with a very clever marketing campaign, turned its fortunes around, it now produces excellent value-for-money cars with the latest technology.

Cars like the Škoda Fabia, the Yeti, and the bestselling Octavia range helped to make Skoda to be voted the most reliable car brand in the UK in 2015[2]. A range of quality SUVs like the Kamiq, Karoq, and Kodiaq followed, and in 2015, the company formulated the “Strategy 2025” to achieve 5 fully electric vehicles by 2025. 

New Cars

Skoda Fabio is a supermini now in its fourth generation smart and versatile 5dr hatchback comes in four trim levels choice of 1litre 6 speed manual or DSG automatic. The top-of-the-range Monte Carlo trim level comes with 17-inch black diamond alloys and the option of a 1.5 TSI 150bhp engine (DSG Auto only).

Skoda Scala is a compact 5dr family hatchback with the Front engine with front wheel drive. It comes in four trim levels; the SE technology has generous space and a quality infotainment system; the SEL gives additional comfort and technology. The Scala Monte Carlo top-of-the-range adds sports styling. The powertrains are 1-litre petrol in manual or DSG automatic, the SEL and Monte Carlo have the choice of a 1.5 TSI, 150 bhp manual or automatic.

Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV)

The Superb popular executive-style hatch and estate cars still offer traditional powertrains in petrol and diesel; however, the 1.4 petrol plug-in hybrid has a 10 kWH battery, 218 BHP performance and a range of 38 miles in EV mode*.

The top-of-the-range L&K nudges to Skoda’s origins (Laurin and Klement) quality styling with a full leather interior, 18-inch Probus Aero anthracite alloy wheels, 9.2 touch screen display with three D maps, virtual cockpit dynamic chassis control and a rear-view camera.

 It comes with the choice of powertrains in diesel petrol or plug-in hybrid; the two great picks are the 2litre TSI 4x4 with 280 BHP or the plug-in hybrid 1.4 TSI the combined BHP of 218; using the EV mode, you have 38 miles of range*.

The Stylish and spacious mid-range Octavia hatch or estate shares its name with earlier models produced in the 50s and 70s. In its fourth generation since the 1996 relaunch, this immensely popular car now has a bold, smart, stylish persona.

The mid-range SEL comes with 4 engine choices 1.5 TSI petrol, a 1.5 TSI e-tec mild hybrid, 2ltr TDI and the plug-in hybrid 1.4 TSI; the EV range stated on this particular car engine is 42 miles*, which is excellent when entering low emission zones in cities.

EV Electric Vehicle

Škoda’ s  first full EV, the Enyaq, is a compact crossover SUV using the VW MEB platform [4]. It comes in 4 trim levels; the 60 has a 58kWh Battery with an estimated range of 246 miles* on a full charge.

The well-specified stylish car has Virtual Cockpit, leather/fabric upholstery, rear-view camera, LED headlights and 19” Proteus alloy wheels. 

The 80 has a similar specification but has a 77kWh battery with a range of 338 miles on a full charge*.

The same battery is used on 80 Sportline Plus with a 332 mile* range, Matrix lights and 20” Vega wheels.

The 80 X is a 4x4 version of the Sport line Plus with a total of 265bhp and a range of 318 miles*on a full charge.

Vision X

Škoda launched a Vision X concept at the Geneva Motor Show in 2018; it looks remarkably similar to the Škoda Enyaq Coup´e iV vRS, a stunning designed coupe with exhilarating 4x4 performance, 299bhp from the 77kWh battery and with a range of 323 miles *on a full charge.

With trim to match 20” Taurus Alloy wheels, Crystal face Full LED Matrix headlights, vRS suite designed interior, a truly iconic car.


Škoda has a good range of compact and family SUVs. The entry-level compact SUV Kamiq offers excellent value for money with generous standard equipment. 

With 4 stylish trim levels and a range of engines to suit, from the 1 litre TFSi 95 bhp to the 110 bhp six-speed gearbox with an option of DSG automatic. If you were looking for a little bit more power, the 150 BHP 1.5 TSI is available in manual or automatic.

The Karoq is a mid-size Urban SUV with a very distinct front grill style and a spacious interior with full connectivity. If you are looking for a little bit more adventure, there is an optional 4x4 drive, and with the high ground clearance and rugged build, you can venture off-road.

With four trim levels to choose from, a wide range of powertrains from petrol 1ltr 110 bhp to 2ltr diesel TDI with 150 bhp, choice of manual and DSG automatic gearbox.

Skoda Kodiaq full-size SUV offers a good level of standard specification across all 4 trim levels, with five seats or the award-winning seven-seater for those looking for bigger family adventures.

The mid-range SUV executive seven-seater comes with 19” anthracite alloy wheels, full LED matrix headlights, leather upholstery, and an electric operating boot, 

The popular Sportline seven-seater gives 20” Vega anthracite alloy wheels with black sports styling around the grill. There is a luxury L&K seven-seater with a panoramic sunroof and leather vented seats with the Laurin and Klement logo; this also includes a virtual cockpit.

The VRS seven-seater has a full 4x4, 245 BHP 2-litre TSI petrol engine and 20 “Sagittarius anthracite alloy wheels with aero covers. The interior has quilted Black leather and a virtual cockpit.

Škoda Motorsport

Motorsport is in Skoda’s DNA after117 years of supporting, watching and competing in it, they have become rather good at it. 

The first race win was in 1908 with the legendary Voiturette A model, followed through the 1930s with the Škoda Rapid coupe, and on through the 1960s and early 2000s with the Octavia WRC Rally cars.

In 2018 the rally teams won the FIA world championship, 2 titles, and also scooped 17 other National titles with the Skoda Fabia R5. *

Škoda auto and its predecessor Laurin and Klement, is the fifth oldest company producing cars. It has an unbroken history alongside Daimler, Opel, Peugeot and Tatra [5 Škoda cars are now sold in over 100 countries worldwide. In 2018, global sales reached 1.25[6] million units and were one of the VW Group’s most popular brands.

Škoda is a great value brand, and there is no doubt that leasing a Škoda is an excellent choice, offering a high level of technology and engineering for the price.

One of the main advantages of Personal or Business Contract Hire is that it can help you budget more effectively. Your monthly payments are fixed, so you'll always know exactly how much you need to set aside. This can be particularly useful if you're worried about your expenses increasing.

Other benefits of choosing a Contract Hire deal include a low initial payment and the ability to personalise your lease to suit your needs. Plus, with many different Škoda models available on lease, you can get a higher-specification car for your budget.

So, if you're considering leasing your next car, check out the best Tilsun Leasing PCH deals.

[1] Škoda Auto. (2022, October 15). In Wikipedia.

[2] Škoda Auto. (2022, October 15). In Wikipedia.

[3] For more information on Škoda History

[4] Volkswagen Group MEB platform. (2022, October 19). In Wikipedia.

[5] Škoda Auto. (2022, October 15). In Wikipedia.

[6] Škoda Auto. (2022, October 15). In Wikipedia.

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