Brad’s ŠKODA Octavia RS

Our team recently helped Brad from Team ŠKODA Racing out with picking out his new dream car, a ŠKODA Octavia RS Wagon.

Brad's ŠKODA Octavia RS

Shortly after he picked up his new Octavia RS from our showroom he took it for a road trip, returning to Christchurch via the Lewis Pass, which was covered in snow! He passed on some feedback after his road trip and snow encounter:

Let’s just say two hours of snow blizzards made for an interesting trip home. Needless to say, all went well and the car was a dream to drive.

He also sent us the above photo, and the white Octavia RS certainly looks fantastic amongst all the snow!

ŠKODA Octavia RS Wagon

Team ŠKODA Racing

As well as an avid supporter of ŠKODA, Brad is also one of the Team ŠKODA Racing Team Owners. Team ŠKODA Racing is supported by ŠKODA New Zealand, and is home to some of our local, up-and-coming cycling stars. In their words:

“Team ŠKODA Racing is a New Zealand domestic based cycling team focused on achieving results at a national level and providing a development pathway for leading U23 and junior riders.”

ŠKODA New Zealand is the naming sponsor of Team ŠKODA Racing, and Miles Continental are proud to be associated with a team that carries on ŠKODA’s strong historical cycling tradition.

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About the ŠKODA Octavia RS

The ŠKODA Octavia Wagon is already an impressive vehicle in terms of looks, performance, handling and true ‘Simply Clever’ practicality. However, the addition of the coveted ‘RS’ badge really takes this vehicle into a whole new league.

The Octavia RS is an expression of pure driving emotion, It impresses with powerful proportions, a sporty appearance, and the highest precision in details. At the same time, the Octavia RS boasts outstanding functionality and lots of room.

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If you’d like to slide into an Octavia RS Wagon, just like Brad has, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team.

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