Lahart Garages Limited, ŠKODA’s Kilkenny dealership, is giving away 300km of free fuel for every person who visits the dealership between now and March 16 and takes a test drive in any ŠKODA model.
ŠKODA will also reward anyone who orders and registers a new ŠKODA before the March 31 with an additional 3,000km Topaz fuel voucher.
This latest offer from Lahart Garages is part of a nationwide test drive campaign where ŠKODA intends to give away up to 2-million kiliometres worth of free fuel to Irish motorists between now and the end of March. The fuel vouchers can be redeemed at any Topaz outlet nationwide.
Announcing the offer Denis Lahart, Lahart Garages Ltd said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for the people of Kilkenny to save some hard earned cash and avail of this free fuel offer. All we are asking is for people to drop in and experience any model in the ŠKODA range and they will receive a no obligation free fuel voucher.
“In return all we ask is you share your test drive experience with friends, family and work colleagues. With fuel prices on the increase, who can afford not to take the opportunity to save on their motoring costs!”
Grow in popularity
Denis Lahart added: “Since its launch, our fuel saving GreenLine range has continued to grow in popularity, Irish motorists recognize the need to control their overall motoring costs. Not only are GreenLine vehicles very affordable they have the lowest possible tax band available and deliver exceptional fuel economy.
“This campaign is about reaching out to motorists who are thinking of a change and need to address their motoring costs.”
The ŠKODA GreenLine range includes the Octavia, Superb, Yeti and Fabia. The Octavia, Superb and Yeti GreenLine models are powered by a 1.6 TDI 105bhp diesel engine, while the Fabia receives a compact 3-cylinder 1.2TDI producing 75bhp. Both units allow for efficient fuel consumption without compromising on agility.
Eco-friendly driving in Ireland has benefited hugely from the introduction of ŠKODA’s innovative GreenLine technology which delivers reduced CO2 emissions while maintaining driving performance. GreenLine models produce less than 120g/km of CO2 placing them in ‘Band A’ which is the lowest possible road tax and VRT category resulting in annual road tax of €160.
Intelligent technologies in the GreenLine range include a start-stop system and brake energy recuperation which reduces fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Further efficiencies are achieved thanks to elements such as tyres with lower rolling resistance, modified engine control units, recommended gear feature and aerodynamic modifications to the body and chassis.
Concerning the 300km fuel voucher, it should be noted the maximum incentive provided is €21. The communication term 300km is based on ŠKODA Superb 1.6TDI GreenLine on a combined cycle consuming 13.2 litres of diesel fuel at 1.55 per litre equating to €20.46 (rounded up to €21.00). Data based on average fuel consumption of 4.4l/100km.