SKODA enyaq cars
The Skoda Enyaq is the brand’s first all-electric SUV, sharing its platform with the VW ID.4. It holds the world record for the 'Longest Continuous Vehicle Drift on Ice' for an electric car. Don’t believe us? Read the Guinness Book of World Records. Its main rivals include the Nissan Ariya and Ford Mustang Mach-E. Choose a used Skoda Enyaq family electric SUV, available on finance or to purchase.
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Based on a cash price of £12,550 with a £2,000 customer deposit, borrowing £10,550 at a representative APR of 11.4%. 48 monthly payments of £194.03. Fixed rate of interest per annum 5.93%. Optional final payment. Option-to-purchase fee £10. Amount of interest £5,005.00. Total amount payable £16,318.44. Annual mileage limit 8,000 miles. Excess mileage charge 4p per mile.
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SKODA enyaq Buying Guide
What types of used Skoda Enyaq cars are there?
The Enyaq is Skoda’s first purpose-built electric car that sits alongside the VW ID.4.
There are a whopping 11 Skoda Enyaq trim levels: 60 Loft; 60 Lounge; 60 Suite; 60 ecoSuite; 80 Loft; 80 Lounge; 80 Suite; 80 ecoSuite; 80 Sportline Plus; 80x Sportline Plus; and 80x Sportline.
What features does the Skoda Enyaq have?
The best way to describe the Enyaq’s interior is by imagining Skoda took it to some aliens and asked them to make it as futuristic as possible.
From its large 13-inch touchscreen infotainment screen to its two-spoke steering wheel, the Enyaq is truly a step forward in terms of interior design for the Czech brand.
Other stand-out features include Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, two USB C ports, wireless smartphone charging and your very own virtual assistant, Laura. Simply call her name and you’re able to control a whole range of functions.
Is the Skoda Enyaq reliable?
Since the Skoda Enyaq is an electric car, it should be more reliable than internal combustion engine rivals because it has fewer moving parts and therefore should need less maintenance work.
All Enyaq models come with a 60,000-mile/three-year warranty that can be transferred to the new owner, which makes used examples even more appealing.
Following its most recent Euro NCAP crash test, the Enyaq scored a full five stars because it comes with some excellent safety features such as automatic emergency braking (AEB), speed assistance, lots of airbags and ISOFIX child seat mounting points.
How much does the Skoda Enyaq cost to run?
Running costs should be lower with a used Skoda Enyaq because it’s a nearly-new car with a reliable electric motor.
At the time of writing, there are five different trim levels that offer slightly different battery and motor options, starting with the Enyaq 60 that has a 58kWh battery pack with a claimed 246-mile range.
Moving up the range, you get the 80, 80 SportLine Plus, and 80x SportLine Plus. These all have the same 77kWh battery and offer between 317 and 339 miles of range.
But go for the top-spec Enyaq vRS and you get the most power at 295hp and a decent 321-mile range.
Who is the Skoda Enyaq suitable for?
A used Skoda Enyaq is suitable for families who are ready to take the plunge into electric car ownership, or who’ve had a smaller EV but want one with a larger (585-litre) boot and more cabin space.
It’s one of those ‘go anywhere’ vehicles that are ideal for both weekends away in the countryside and commuting through a city.
Should I buy a Skoda Enyaq?
How much is a used Skoda Enyaq on finance?
The cost to buy a used Skoda Enyaq on finance will depend on the specific model variant you pick, as prices will always vary across the range.
Our Enyaq models are also available on finance deals, giving you the option to spread the cost.
How many seats does the Skoda Enyaq have?
The Skoda Enyaq has five seats that can fit a family of five comfortably.
Which is bigger Kodiaq or Enyaq?
The largest SUV Skoda makes is the Kodiaq, which is not available as an EV. The Enyaq iV is only five centimetres shorter than the Kodiaq.
Is the Enyaq bigger than the ID.4?
The Enyaq and ID.4 are both built on the same platform so are the same size, but the Enyaq has a larger boot.