The Skoda Scala SE Technology trim is aimed at contract hire company car and business drivers.
The award-winning Skoda Scala range has a new SE Technology model and it's a family-packed offering that will meet the needs of business drivers.
The five-door family car offers practicality, and the Scala has been popular with British drivers since being unveiled in 2019.
The SE Technology should boost what is already a popular choice for those who are wanting to lease a well-equipped car.
The new Scala can be specified with five gearbox and petrol engine options.
The Skoda Scala car lease for the SE Technology offers a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine producing either 95 PS or 110 PS.
The more powerful engine has the option of the firm's excellent seven-speed DSG automatic transmission.
There's also a 1.5-litre TSI petrol unit producing 150 PS which also has the option of the seven-speed automatic gearbox.
The equipment list for the Scala SE Technology is aimed primarily at meeting the needs of business drivers.
It also builds on what is a generous specification for the Skoda Scala range.
The contract hire Scala SE Technology includes 16-inch alloy wheels, rear LED lights with dynamic indicators, a satnav system and a 9.2-inch glass touchscreen.
The infotainment system features traffic sign recognition and a web radio connection.
This online offering has a one-year connection included.
The trim also features rear and front parking sensors, and the overall package has a premium of £400 over the SE model but the extra kit is worth much more.
The latest SE Technology contract hire offering is now available on four Skoda cars including the Octavia, the Karoq, the Superb as well as the Scala.
The Skoda Scala is a well-made and impressive family car with nice handling, high comfort levels and lots of equipment.
It's been a popular choice among business and fleet users which is why the carmaker is adding a trim geared towards that part of the market.
The Skoda Scala SE Technology car lease is available now.
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