2001 Skoda Felicia User Reviews

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2001 Skoda Felicia Review

Good — first gear is real good you can doo some graet burnouts the build qualiti is the best of all becouse its build by VW the styling is good it can easily be tuned its very fun car to drive specialy for beginners

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: good to learn on

Cons: small equipment

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2001 Skoda Felicia Review

Felicia = Reality — This is a car, which cannot be broke. I tell u, and my friends can asure u, that I wasn't shy to test it! =) We drove it on distance, we raced with it, we tested the consuption minimum (4,2 l/100km average our best), we tried a few parts from "Fast and the Furious", etc.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Enough for everyone (with engine 1.6 MPI)

Cons: design (boring)

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Reviews From Other Years

1999 Skoda Felicia Reviews

Great For A First Car And Anybody Wanting To Carry Out Their Own Repairs By Dean

A great little car for when you're young because its relatively cheap to run and low performance, which means less speeding fines. The acceleration and performance up hills is poor, but has sufficient... Read More

Nice Easy Car To Drive, Good For Carrying Basic Loads By Shane

performance- the car is generally quite slow and is much more fun to drive that way. the cars braking and handling are that of expected of a family hatchback build quality- build quality is brilliant... Read More

1998 Skoda Felicia Reviews

It's Good As Your First Car But If You're Looking To Buy, Don't. By Nada

performance - accelerates very well, brakes are good too, though if you go over 100 km/hour you feel as if it's flying and you feel that control is not in your hand. build - it's needed several repair... Read More

Cheap To Run, But No Fun. By Tom

Performance - Slow acceleration, brakes are ok because they only ever have to slow the car down from slow speeds anyway. Rolls like a boat. Build Quality - Still in one piece. Sort of. Appearance - Ta... Read More

1997 Skoda Felicia Reviews

Cheap By Lars Erik

its a pickup, dosent going fast, i hate it, weak, great cargo space, cheap, dosent cost much, white, pickup, great stereo with a few mods, awsome to drive beacuse its so light in the rear so yo can ... Read More

Looking Past The Steriotype. By James

A good low budget work horse, plenty of room, not too bad on the uptake and cheap to repair. So far only a clutch and a timing chain have been required, and both were home DIY jobs (excepting that ... Read More

1996 Skoda Felicia Reviews

Good Car For The Money And Maintenance Is Cheap By Kasper

Performance - 0-62 11sec, 75HP Good and strong Build Quality Cost of Ownership - Cheap, 12-13Km/L (30,5 mpg) The car can be fun to drive, but a 1,6 with 75HP is not the funnest thing in a car but aga... Read More

You Can't Name It As Small Car !!!!!! By Islam

inside it , it dosen't a small size car but its good and outside with no back its small for barking and car weight . but its Performance is normal and got worth by the time but by maintenance you c... Read More

1995 Skoda Felicia Reviews

Not A Bad Car At All By Mike

Good Car but needs a lot of maintenance, Very solid & safe. Engine is not that powerful but not bad, It is a cheap car to own, you will have a lot of fun driving it. It is a little bit harsh car. Read More

I Love My Skoda And I Hope To Get The 1.6 Engine Of The Octavia In It By Sam

i like it when it runs smoothly and hearing my sound system and she feels me when iam angry and when iam happy and i love the ability to modify in her body, i hate the engine and hoping to get 1.6 l e... Read More

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