Skoda Octavia 2019
The Skoda Octavia is a small car that has a lot of space and is easy to drive. The outside of the 2019 Octavia is stylish, with clean lines and a unique front grille. Inside, it has a cozy, well-equipped cabin with plenty of space for both people and things. Modern technology and features are built into the Octavia, such as an infotainment system, smartphone connectivity, and improved safety systems. It comes with a variety of engine choices, such as gasoline, diesel, and possibly hybrid versions, which offer a good balance between performance and fuel economy. Skoda puts a lot of stress on safety, so the Octavia has a number of safety features to protect its passengers. Overall, the 2019 Skoda Octavia is a good car to drive because it is useful, comfortable, and has some new features.
Guarantee and optional ŠKODA Extended warranty
Rights arising from defective performance
Your ŠKODA Partner, as a vendor, is liable to you for material damage to your new ŠKODA car, ŠKODA Genuine Parts or ŠKODA Genuine Accessories in accordance with statutory regulations and the purchase agreement.
The buyer is entitled to claim their rights arising from defective performance at the competent ŠKODA partner from the time the vehicle is handed over.
The date of the vehicle handover and the vehicle identification number (VIN) are properly documented in the “Vehicle delivery documentation” chapter in this Owner’s Manual.
ŠKODA warranty for new cars
As well as the legal rights arising from defective performance, ŠKODA AUTO a.s. grants you the ŠKODA warranty for new cars (hereinafter referred to as “ŠKODA warranty),” according to the conditions described below.
As part of the ŠKODA warranty, ŠKODA AUTO will ensure the following services.
- Free repair of faulty components or vehicle defects that occur within two years from the start of the ŠKODA warranty.
- Free repair of paintwork defects on your vehicle that occur within three years from the start of the ŠKODA warranty.
- Free repair of rust perforation to the bodywork of your vehicle that occurs within twelve years from the start of the warranty. Only rust perforation of body panels from the inside to the outside is included in the definition of rust perforation on bodywork and covered by the ŠKODA warranty.
The beginning of the ŠKODA Guarantee is the day on which the new car is handed over for use to the first buyer who is not ŠKODA Partner by a ŠKODA Partner1)
The ŠKODA Partner enters this date in the partner’s associated systems. Any ŠKODA Partner will notify you of this date on request.
Due to the requirements of generally binding country-specific regulations, the date of first registration can be specified instead of the date of the vehicle handover.
The vehicle repair as part of the ŠKODA Guarantee can be carried out by replacing or repairing defective parts. The ŠKODA Service Partner makes a decision on the type of vehicle repair. The vehicle repair is carried out in accordance with what is possible in the period deemed appropriate by the ŠKODA Service Partner. Replaced parts become the property of the ŠKODA Service Partner.
There shall be no further claims arising from the ŠKODA warranty. In particular, there shall be no claims for replacement, cancellation, provision of a courtesy vehicle for the duration of repairs or compensation for damages.
The ŠKODA warranty is valid at any ŠKODA service partner.
You cannot make a claim on your ŠKODA Warranty if vehicle damage has occurred in connection with one of the following circumstances.
- The service work was not carried out in a timely and professional manner in accordance with the specifications of ŠKODA AUTO or it could not be proven that this has been carried out by the customer when making a claim on the ŠKODA Warranty.
- Damage includes parts that are subject to natural wear such as tyres, spark plugs, wiper blades, brake pads and brake discs, clutch, bulbs, synchroniser rings, batteries etc.
- Damage also includes faults to bodywork, installations or conversions provided by third-parties, or vehicle faults caused as a result.
- The same applies to accessories that are not factory installed and/or delivered.
- Parts fitted or connected on or in the vehicle whose use has not been approved by ŠKODA AUTO, or modification of the vehicle in a manner not approved by ŠKODA AUTO (e.g. tuning).
- Unauthorized use, improper handling (e.g. use in racing competitions or overloading), improper care and maintenance or unapproved modification to your vehicle.
- Non-compliance with provisions in the Owner’s Manual or other factory-supplied instructions.
- External causes or influences (e.g. accidents, hail, flooding etc.).
- Damage caused by you that was not immediately seen to by a specialist garage or was not rectified properly.
It is the customer’s responsibility to prove that it was not the cause.
This ŠKODA warranty does not affect the purchaser’s statutory rights, rights
arising from defective performance from the vehicle vendor and other potential claims from product liability laws.
ŠKODA Mobility Guarantee
The mobility warranty provides a sense of security when travelling in your vehicle.
As part of the mobility warranty, if your car breaks down as a result of an unexpected fault when you are on the move, you can access services to ensure your continued mobility. These services include the following: Breakdown service at the breakdown location and towing to the ŠKODA Service Partner, technical assistance by phone or on-site operation.
If your vehicle is not repaired on the same day, the ŠKODA Service Partner may provide further services as required, such as replacement transportation (bus, train etc.) or a courtesy vehicle etc.
Claims for a free provision of services under the ŠKODA Mobility guarantee can only be made if your vehicle is left with a defect, which should be remedied as part of the ŠKODA Warranty.
More information regarding terms and conditions for the provision of a mobility warranty for your vehicle can be obtained from your ŠKODA Partner. They will also provide you with detailed terms and conditions for the mobility warranty with respect to your vehicle. In the event that a Mobility Guarantee does not apply to your vehicle, it informs you about the options for a subsequent conclusion.
Optional ŠKODA extended warranty
If you also purchased a ŠKODA Warranty extension when you bought your new car, ŠKODA AUTO shall provide you with a free repair of vehicle damage caused by a defect in the vehicle during the warranty period.
The ŠKODA Warranty extension for your vehicle is valid for the agreed period or until the agreed mileage limit is reached, whichever comes first.
The same rules apply for the ŠKODA Warranty as for assessing claims arising from the ŠKODA Warranty extension.
The vehicle repair as part of the ŠKODA Warranty extension can thus be carried out exclusively by replacing or repairing the defective parts, where the ŠKODA Service Partner decides on the type of vehicle repair. The vehicle repair is carried out in accordance with what is possible in the period deemed appropriate by the ŠKODA Service Partner.
There shall also be no further claims arising from the ŠKODA Warranty. In particular, there shall be no claims for replacement, cancellation, provision of a courtesy vehicle for the duration of repairs or compensation for damages.
The ŠKODA extended warranty does not apply to external and internal foils.
The information on the detailed conditions of the ŠKODA extended warranty is provided by your ŠKODA partner.
The ŠKODA Mobility Guarantee and the ŠKODA Warranty extensions are only available for some countries.
Accident data recorder (Event Data Recorder)
The vehicle is equipped with a device that serves as an accident data recorder (referred to solely as “EDR” from this point). The main purpose of the EDR is data recording during a traffic accident or other exceptional traffic conditions (referred to solely as “accident” from this point), where the restraint systems are activated.
The EDR records the accident in a short time (approximately 10 s), by showing the following information, for example:
- The function of certain vehicle systems,
- The driver and passenger seat belt status,
- The actuation of the brake and accelerator pedal,
- The speed of the vehicle at the time of the accident.
The recorded data helps with the analysis of how the vehicle systems were behaving shortly before, during and shortly after the accident, thereby ensuring better information regarding the circumstances under which the accident occurred, which lead to material damage and possibly to personal injury.
The data relating to assist systems in the vehicle is then also recorded. In addition to the information on whether the affected systems were switched on or off at the relevant time, whether these were only partially available or were inactive, there is also the possibility of tracking whether these vehicle functions controlled, accelerated or braked the vehicle during the accident. Depending on the vehicle equipment, these functions may include, for example:
- Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
- Lane Assist
- Park Assist
- Parking aid
- Emergency brake function (Front Assist)
EDR data is only recorded if an accident causes the restraint systems to be activated. Under normal driving conditions there is no data recording and there is no audio or video recording of the vehicle interior or the vehicle environment.
Personal data such as name, gender, age or place where the accident occurred is also not stored in the EDR. However, third parties such as law enforcement authorities may use certain resources to connect EDR content to other data sources, and therefore deduce the identification of some of the people involved in the accident when investigating the causes of the accident.
Reading out the EDR requires special equipment with specific access authorization and a legally prescribed diagnostic connection in the vehicle “on-board diagnostics”), and the ignition will need to be switched on.
ŠKODA AUTO will not read or otherwise process any accident data from the EDR without the approval of the vehicle owner or other person authorised for use of the vehicle. Exceptions are specified in the contractual arrangements, or these are subject to generally binding regulations.
Due to the legal requirements, ŠKODA AUTO is required to monitor the quality and safety of its products, meaning that it is only entitled to use data from the EDR for monitoring the product on the market, for further research and development, and to improve the quality of the vehicle’s safety systems. For the purpose of research and development, ŠKODA AUTO will also make data available to third parties. This is done exclusively in anonymous form, i.e. without any connection to the specific vehicle, the vehicle owner or other authorised user.
Information on the radio systems in the vehicle
Your vehicle has various radio systems.
Manufacturers of these radio equipment declare that this equipment complies with the requirements of Directive 2014/53 / EU and the Technical Regulation on Radio Equipment, approved by the Decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of 25 May 2017 no. 355.
To display the information, proceed as follows.
- Scan the QR code » Fig. 1 or enter the following address in your web browser. http://go.skoda.eu/owners-manuals
- Click on “Choose your manual”.
- Select the desired model – a menu with the manuals is displayed.
- Select the construction period as well as the language.
- Select the “Information on Directive 2014/53 / EU” or “Information on the
Technical Regulations on Radio Systems No. 355” file in pdf format.
About the Owner’s Manual
Read this Owner’s Manual carefully, because the operation in accordance with these instructions is a prerequisite for proper use of the vehicle.
When using the vehicle, the universally applicable country-specific legal requirements (e.g. for transporting children, deactivating the airbag, tyre use, road traffic etc.) must always be observed.
Always pay attention when driving! As the driver, you are fully responsible for road safety.
The Owner’s Manual applies to all body variants of the vehicle, all related model versions as well as all equipment levels.
The Owner’s Manual describes all possible equipment variants without identifying them as special equipment, model variants or market-dependent equipment. Consequently, this vehicle does not contain all of the equipment components described in the Owner’s Manual.
The scope of equipment in your vehicle refers to your purchase contract for the vehicle. For any questions regarding the scope of equipment, please contact a ŠKODA Partner.
The pictures in the Owner’s Manual are for illustrative purposes only. The illustrations can differ in minor details from your vehicle; they are only intended to provide general information.
ŠKODA AUTO pursues a policy of ongoing product and model development with all vehicles. Changes in terms of supply scope are possible at any time with regard to design, equipment and technology. The information listed in the Owner’s Manual corresponds to the information available at the time of going to press.
Therefore legal claims cannot be made based on the technical data, illustrations and information contained in the Owner’s Manual.
We recommend that the web pages that are referred to in the Owner’s Manual are displayed using the classic view. If the web pages are displayed using the mobile view, they may not contain all necessary information.
Printed Owner’s Manual
The printed Owner’s Manual includes the most important information relating to vehicle operation. For complete information, see the electronic version of the Owner’s Manual.
Electronic version of the Owner’s Manual
The electronic version of the Owner’s Manual includes full information regarding vehicle operation.
The electronic version of the Owner’s Manual is available on the ŠKODA website and in the MyŠKODA App mobile application.
Displaying the electronic version of the Owner’s Manual
- Scan the QR code » Fig. 2 or enter the following address in your web browser. http://go.skoda.eu/owners-manuals
- Click on “Choose your manual”.
- Select the desired model.
- Select the construction period as well as the language.
Select the desired Owner’s Manual.
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