evolution of this once jokey badge continues apace, with a range of cars so
adept they make it increasingly hard for the rest of the Volkswagen empire to
stay ahead of what is supposed to be the budget badge of the group. If you’re
still unsure, think on this: Skoda customers are the most satisfied people on
£9,200 - £16,695
Customer satisfaction, great build quality and an enviable reputation – that’ll be the Fabia
£12,585 - £24,355
Good-looking new Octavia lays claim to title of most sensible car in the real world
£20,270 - £23,150
Although it might not win an SUV badge, the Skoda Scout gains enough other ones
£19,500 - £22,660
This is a fantastic Q-car. Understated in the extreme, people will assume you're an unmarked police car, which is no bad thing.
£11,080 - £15,555
confidence to carry off the most challenging looks this side of Jabba the Hutt,
but the confidence is justified by a really well sorted small MPV.
£16,945 - £29,400
Skoda Superb lives up to its, albeit daft, name. Pokes tongue out at doubters in an understated, classy way
£19,160 - £28,110
A previous TopGear award winner, the Superb remains true to its name.
£14,135 - £23,260
Practical, stylish and not at all hairy, the Yeti is a great alternative to a regular hatchback or SUV