1989 Skoda 105L 1.0 petrol
Cheap czechoslovakian charmer!
Absoloutly nothing as yet.
I love this car. What it lacks in performance it makes up for with personality.
I am 2 metres tall and have plenty of headroom, the car is very spacious and has 4 doors.
The lack of luggage space is a pain at times, but I keep finding new places to stash stuff inside.
The car runs on leaded petrol, which is expensive. However, it is not very thirsty and can deliver around 16 km/l.
Insurance is as cheap as it gets. You might need more than 43bhp to cause a big accident.
Due to the lack of these cars on the road, spare parts aren't always easy to find. The positive side of this is that the Skoda is almost a cult car.
It squeaks and rattles a bit, but it starts everytime. There was a recent period where I didn't drive it for 3 weeks, during which temperatures were below -10. The first time I tried it, it roared to a start. Excellent.
All in all, it's a cool car, for people who like a bit of minimalistic style, and don't care what everyone else thinks.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 18th February, 2003