Sales have doubled at Skoda since 2001 and there is little sign that growth will slow anytime soon.
In 2014, sales leapt 14% to 75,488, closing the gap on Hyundai and Kia which sit just ahead of Skoda in the charts.
To help bridge the gap, an SUV is expected to arrive in 2016, but until then new Fabia, Fabia estate and Superb models will maintain customer interest, as will its commitment to service, with a recent UK Customer Satisfaction Index Summary produced by the Institute of Customer Service placing Skoda in the top 10% of all organisations across all industry sectors.
Skoda achieved an index of 82.7 to scoop the top spot in the automotive sector, putting the brand 4.1 points ahead of the average for the automotive industry (78.6).
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