SKODA Car Fault Codes DTC - Citigo, Fabia, Fabia RS, Fabia Scout, Octavia, Octavia RS, Octavia Scout, Rapid, Roomster, Superb, Yeti.
SKODA Car Manuals PDF above the page - Citigo, Fabia, Favorit, Felicia, Forman, Kamiq, Karoq, Kodiaq, Laura, New Octavia, Octavia, Rapid, Roomster, Pick-up, Scala, Superb, Superb iV, Yeti.
In 1919, the automotive division of Laurin & Clement, called Skoda, was established.
Despite the fact that the company had no experience in creating full-fledged cars, Laurin and Clement successfully produced bicycles with an internal combustion engine, having received wide distribution far beyond the borders of their native Czech Republic.
The first automobile model of the Skoda company was developed jointly with the company Hispano-Suiza, and the top leaders of the Czech Republic and Germany became customers of the Czech brand.
Later, free sales of the Skoda HB6 began, but their circulation did not exceed 101 copies. The highlight of this car was independent suspension and a 6.5-liter six-cylinder power unit with a capacity of 100 hp.
In 1991, the Skoda bankruptcy procedure began, but thanks to government intervention, the question of closing the company was withdrawn.
However, a strict condition was set, according to which the management of the company had to find a technological partner capable of making significant investments and technologies for the continued existence of the brand.
This partner was the German concern Volkswagen, which bought back a controlling stake, including Skoda among its brands.
On the platform from Volkswagen Golf of the third generation, 1.5-liter power units with a capacity of 55 and 74 hp from Audi were installed, and the new car was called the Skoda Octavia Tour.
In the same year, a new generation of Skoda Felicia was introduced, which has become much more modern and reliable than all previous generations.
In addition, it was this model that began to be delivered to other countries, as a result, becoming in the Spanish and Portuguese automobile market one of the first new cars of the SEAT brand.