WhoCanFixMyCar explains how much Skoda MOTs cost, including the average price across different models.
Skoda is a Czech car manufacturer best known for the practicality of its lineup. Models like the Fabia - a popular supermini introduced in 1999 - are a common sight on British roads. They're affordable to buy and pretty reliable, too. But how much does an MOT cost on average for a Skoda? Read on to find out.
Skoda MOT prices across different models
The average cost of an MOT test for Skoda is a respectable £43.77. Below, you can find a table showing how the prices vary across different models.
Which is the cheapest Skoda model for an MOT?
Not only does the aptly named Skoda Superb have an impressive five-star rating from WhatCar?; it's also the cheapest model for an MOT, with an average price of £43.44. It has a vast and well-equipped interior, an excellent record for reliability and competitive pricing across the board.
In second place is the Fabia, a hatchback that embodies Skoda's 'simply clever' philosophy. It isn't a world-beater, but everything it does, it does well, leaving drivers with the sense that they've got a lot more than they paid for. Plus, it has a low average MOT cost of £43.64.
Which is the most expensive Skoda model for an MOT?
The Karoq, a small (but mighty) SUV, is the most expensive Skoda for an MOT, costing £44.49 on average. While its performance isn't stellar by this metric, it excels in pretty much every other area. Reviewers have praised the Karoq's clever seating options, sturdy interior, and comfortable ride. In 2023, WhatCar? named it 'Best SUV for Value'.
The second most expensive model is the award-winning Kodiaq - an outstanding, well-equipped and highly comfortable family car that has been named 'Large SUV of the Year' twice by AutoExpress. It costs £44.39 on average for an MOT, just ten pence less than the Karoq.
Do you know when your MOT is due? If not, you can use our free MOT checker to find out and set a handy reminder. Or, if you're ready to book your next MOT test, you can compare prices from reliable local mechanics using WhoCanFixMyCar.
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