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Skoda Rapid warranty extended: New World Cup Edition for Nepal

Skoda Rapid World Cup Edition for Nepal

Indian subsidiary of Czech automakers, Skoda is offering a host of benefits with the Rapid sedan in India. These benefits are announced following the company plan to overhaul their Indian strategies while the company also works on sprucing their after sales service approach.

Skoda Rapid World Cup Edition for NepalSkoda Rapid sedan is being presented to buyers in India with a host of offers that are too good to resist. These include regular warranty of two years and extended warranty of five years under condition that the Rapid is bought under through Skoda Finance. Purchase through other means of finance will include a warranty of four years.

The special benefits also include free service for five years – again if the car is purchased through Skoda Finance. Insurance at a cost of INR 1 will be offered to customers thus saving then an amount of INR 30,000-35,000 of Insurance money. Additional bonus of INR 15,000 is being offered on exchange scheme for an old car while corporate discount will be an additional INR 5,000-10,000 more.

A lot of attention is being paid to the Skoda Rapid which is also due for a mid life refresh which will see design cues borrowed from the European counterpart. The refreshed Rapid will be fitted with a new 1.5 liter diesel engine that was also seen on the VW Polo facelift.

In the meanwhile, with the football world cup just drawing to a close, MAW Enterprises, Skoda dealer in Nepal has launched a special edition of Rapid called World Cup Edition. This edition adds 14 new features to the Rapid to include body stickers of football theme, door visors, tinted windows and mud flaps besides side body accents, contrast roof and rear parking sensors and twin exhaust system. Interiors include seat cushions, floor mats and illuminate sill plates all offered on the top end model at no additional cost.

via Autocar India


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