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Skoda Ireland sells out Enyaq iV allocation

Skoda Ireland has announced that is has sold out its Irish allocation for the Enyaq iV, with over 280 online reservations received.

The brand’s first electric vehicle is due to arrive here this June and went on sale on November 26 last.

Reservation was offered exclusively online with a €1,000 deposit, providing prospective Enyaq iV buyers access to the earliest vehicles.

The Enyaq iV has a claimed range of up to 510km (WLTP) and is priced from €46,570 for the Enyaq 60 and €54,630 for the Enyaq 80. It has a three-year service and tyre plan.

Skoda Ireland brand director, John Donegan says anyone that missed out on ordering the electric SUV can expect to have another chance of securing an order at the end of this year.

Mr Donegan tells us: “Within 25 minutes of opening the online ordering system we received 100 online deposits.

“This achievement is even more remarkable when you consider the Enyaq iV has not begun production and hasn’t been test-driven by any customers.

“I would like to thank those customers for placing their trust and confidence in the Skoda brand.

“Our job now is to secure production to deliver these vehicles to our customers as early as possible.

“For prospective customers who missed out, we expect production to ramp up at the end of this year for improved supply in 2022”.