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  1. The_Bear

    SKODA Octavia vRS Combi Mk II

    I have always wanted a Volkswagen. Specifically the GTi. It was the ultimate sleeper car that was designed to smoke clueless drivers. And then, the GTi grew up, became famous and now everybody knows about it. Then came along SKODA. Specifically the Octavia vRS. It was the GTi Mark I all over again. I had to get myself one and when the opportunity came knocking or rather I went to knock on the opportunity, I got myself a Combi vRS. Finally. 5,000 miles later, I am enjoying my daily 70km commute. The amount of kit SKODA threw into the car was tremendous. I am only missing the kitchen sink but that will fit easily into the boot if I so desire. 16 Speakers built-in Columbus system with auxiliary input and SD card reader, even 无言的结局 sounds like a happy song. GPS, active headlights, driver's multi-display, rain sensors, auto headlights comes as standard. Heck, it even closes the windows by itself when it rains. Now, if it would only bring me the slippers, I will scrap my dog. The built is solid and functional, like a piece of industrial equipment. So much so that the engine note sounds abit agricultural at times but maybe it is just me and my imagination. 197 horsies pull away from most mortal traffic at will. SSS becomes Smell Smoke Soon! Consumption is pretty decent at 11km per litre, then again this could be due to the fact that I hardly have the chance to push the car hard in Singapore. Strange things power can do a regular guy's mind. Genting was conquered in the first week of ownership. I planted a flag at the carpark and was about to declare our nation's sovereignty over the hill but the attendent chased me away. Maybe I shoud try Cameron next. Maybe they'll be nicer about it. Nonetheless, the valet was mightily impressed with the vRS despite not having a clue about what it was. "Skoda?" he pondered, wounded by the fact that he knows nothing about this one car and his reputation as a veteran parker just got pwned. "Very nice, like BMW," he finally concluded, to save himself from further humiliation I guess. Damm, I should have bought a BMW, then it will just be like the SKODA. Last month, I received a letter from Harvest Motor. They actually increased my warranty to 5years/ 150,000km, whichever comes first. Normally, I like to come together but I am not writing back to them just because of my personal preference. It was pretty surprising given the car was registered in October. This is what they said -> SKODA.pdf So that is the story of my vRS so far. I am looking forward to my first servicing and see how Harvest Motor handles the one task that most dealers screw up.
  2. Skoda Superb Combi 2016 model - nice! I owned the 2003 generation model. Amazing drive and lovely big sized interior, this new model is awesome looking! http://www.mycarforum.com/topic/2700965-sharing-leak-lobang-groceries-10-off-free-delivery/
  3. Speak_listen

    Vw combi at sgcarmart

    wow.., look at http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.ph...629&DL=1000 anyway, why the car plate mention as clasic plate? any different with normal plate in term of it costing?
  4. This looks interesting Anybody up for it? Imported used vehicle 1.6L Diesel http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.ph...506&DL=2597 Just sharing I am in no way related to the company selling the car
  5. Lycanthrope

    Skoda Superb combi elegance

    as above .. anyone owns it ?? comments , please
  6. paging limlien ! shane ? http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.ph...044&DL=1179
  7. Any bro owns a
  8. Lightspeed

    Skoda vRS Combi for Sale

    You guys saw this yellow monster? IF only..... haiz ... But the price ... erm... close to brand new.... I would still prefer the Notch Octy vRS ... going at $125k now ... and for that price... erm... I'll go for other makes http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.ph...698&DL=1000
  9. Echelon

    Superb Combi - it's coming.

    When I read this I was a little skeptical and than I found the weblink to the new Skoda Superb Estate.
  10. Burnpavement

    Some pictures of my Octavia Combi

    Realise I haven't taken many photos of my car. Here are some I just took... just sharing with bros here.
  11. I have never fully appericiated the Octavia II Combi until now. (Link was provided by Lightspeed from another link)
  12. http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.ph...936&DL=1000 very handsome car
  13. Othello

    Spotted A5 Combi ...

    Along ECP near Marine Parade / Bedok ...... In blueish gray .... nice !!! SGL 8*** .... should be burnpavement ?!? nice car !!
  14. Latioboy

    Try # 105 and AW . Gd combi!

    It was rainy the past week The decided to allow me to finally do some justice to the car. Poor car... Dried up mud... leaves, and sticks. Lotsa dried up watermarks. So.. I decided to take out the # 105 polish and sealant to do some justice. The SUN was not so kind by shining darn brightly on me.. but hack.. i have to do tha car. Heeheee... I started off with the interior. No shots sorry Then followed up by a wash Then i started to layer #105 over the whole car. P.S. the car had not been washed since last sunday. I only AW-ed the boot and bonnet on sunday. The last time i did major detailing to the Latio, was about a month ago. During Chinese new year. What i did today Wash with #901 Shampoo Layer with one layer of #105 Buff off Layer with one layer of Aquawax. End Results.... BEHOLD. ( The last picture, i was like. NICE !! )
  15. I'm a owner of an A5 Octy Combi(Estate) 1.6l, 1yr & 3mtn old, Titan Grey color, looking to sell it (cos upgrading). Basically, the car is 1 out of 4 in S'pore, is in excellent condition and with normal mileage of approx. 20k km. If interested do email me at ultra18@singnet.com.sg to go into details. Pic of an A5 Octy Combi: http://new.skoda-auto.com/COM/model/octavi...585/40photo.jpg
  16. Today saw two rides, one in town, a blazing electric blue vRS Combi and in another location a grey Superb MS Design quad pipe. Just want to say hi to the bros.
  17. Just read in my credit card bill that there's on-going promo with Mobil/Esso. From now till 30th June... additional 3% rebate discount. So for my platinum dividend card, I get 5% + 3% = 8% total rebate when I top up at Mobil. On top of site discount of 9%, total = 17%. Somemore got Smiles points. Not bad yeah? Can anyone verify?
  18. Comments? I have been using Fusso since day one without any wax. Thinking of using Klasse AIO combined with Fusso. Where got sell besides KlasseSG? 1L one...$$$? My other alternative is to use: - Hi-shampoo to strip wax and miscellaneous - Apply Kizz Clear - Fusso - Wax (Optional) Thanks Southpark The Dude Klasse AIO ---------- - Acrylic - Does everything --> remove oxidation, minor swirls, old wax, and other surface blemishes - Expensive Fusso 9 mths ------------ - PTFE (Teflon) - Super easy (apply - if kilat a bit, buff when dry) - Cheap
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