Skoda continues the model offensive with the new Skoda Octavia
Combi. A few weeks after the start of the Octavia hatch, the
third-generation Octavia Combi celebrates its world premiere at
the Geneva Motor Show from the 5th to the 17th of March, 2013.

The new Skoda Octavia Combi is 90 mm longer and 45 mm wider than
its predecessor. The wheelbase has grown by almost 11 cm.
result: Octavia Combi offers rear-seat passengers extremely ample
legroom – 73 mm in front of the knees – the highest in its
segment. And at 610 litres, the size of the boot sets a new
record for its class. By folding the rear backrests down, the
boot space of the Combi increases to an impressive 1.740 litres.
The front view is identical to the new hatch. Additionally, the
closed, clear-cut side graphic is distinctively emphasized by the
high Tornado line. The roofline of the Combi slopes gently
towards the rear and passes elegantly over into the D-pillar. The
rear lights extend far into the side rear section and are the
final points of the tornado line. Just like the hatch, the Skoda
Octavia Combi has two C-shaped light strips in each taillight.

There are modern safety assistants available upon request onboard
the new Skoda Octavia Combi such as the multi collision brake,
Front Assistant with City Emergency Braking Function, the Driver
Activity Assistant (fatigue detection), the Proactive Crew
Protect Assistant or the Lane Assistant to keep you inside the
The newly developed engines of the third-generation Skoda Octavia
Combi are up to 17% more economical than the previous generation.
The engines currently on offer comprise four petrol and four
diesel engines, the fuel efficient GreenLine Version reaches a
consumption of only 3.4 l/100km and CO2 emissions of only 89

Also to be seen first at Geneva 2013: the Skoda Octavia Combi 4×4
with a newly developed all-wheel drive and 5th-generation Haldex

Source: Skoda