Škoda offers new finance deals with free home charger on ENYAQ range

Škoda offers new finance deals with free home charger on Enyaq range

Škoda has announced a new range of offers across its award-winning ENYAQ range.


A finance package with a home charger or public charging voucher is available on both the ENYAQ SUV and ENYAQ Coupé.


The offers are open to all new ENYAQ SUV and Coupé buyers and are available until the 31st January 2024. Customers looking to purchase an ENYAQ can take advantage of 0% APR for up to three years with Solutions PCP and choose either an Ohme home charger or a £500 Powerpass voucher for public charging.



ENYAQ buyers selecting the Ohme home charger option can choose between a 7kW Ohme Home Pro unit that comes with a tethered five metre cable or a 7kW Ohme ePod untethered unit. Both come with standard installation included, making it even easier for drivers looking to make the switch to electric.


Škoda offers new finance deals with free home charger on Enyaq range


For buyers who don’t take advantage of the home charger offer, Škoda will offer a £500 charging voucher code which can be redeemed through the Škoda Powerpass network. The network offers access to more than 200,000 electric vehicle charging points across the UK and Europe and allows users to access both rapid DC chargers and AC destination chargers.


Customers who opt for the voucher can choose from three tariffs; Charge Free, Simply Charge and Charge Faster. For drivers who use public chargers infrequently, the Charge Free tariff has no monthly cost and standard pricing. For drivers who rely on public charging more, the Simply Charge and Charge Faster tariffs come with monthly subscription fees and discounted pricing for charging.


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