Robinsons SKODA pays the first 3 years of your new vehicle tax

Changes to the vehicle tax came into force on 1st April 2017.

This change, largely increased the amount of tax you will pay during ownership of a new car. In some cases, the Road Fund Licence (RFL) you will pay the government on certain models in the SKODA range.

However, Robinsons SKODA are here to help you save by paying for your first 3 years RFL when you purchase and register a new car before 30th June*.

All new cars are subject to a CO2 New Car charge for the first year, then default back to a standard charge of £140 per year - regardless of how efficient your new car is. Certain cars (not in the current SKODA range) fall outside of these guidelines, such as 0 emission CO2 cars which will continue to have a £0 cost VED banding. While the first-year tax rate will vary based on a car’s CO2 emissions, the annual fee will be a flat rate of £140 for all cars, with an extra £310 annual surcharge applying to all new cars costing over £40,000 new.

To find out how much you could save enquire on a brand new SKODA, enquire now.


*Excludes Kodiaq and Superb TSI 2 litre 2080 Ps 4x4 DSG. New cars only. Registered by 30th June. Retail only.