In domestic advertising, we were interested in the Felicia Combi from 1996, which is also sold by AAA Auto through the portal. The offer is notable for several reasons.

The first is history. The station wagon, which – as we already know – dates from 1996, according to the seller, it belonged to a single owner until now. This is already very unusual for a “people’s” car of the nineties.

And then there’s the raid, which is extraordinarily low. This roughly twenty-seven-year-old Škoda has so far driven only 18,293 kilometers, which on average works out to only about 678 kilometers per year.

Another point of interest is the engine. Under the hood is a top-of-the-line motorization, i.e. a 1.6 MPI four-cylinder petrol engine, which provides a not-so-stunning 55 kW, but there was simply nothing better available for the Felicia in terms of performance… This unit also has a reputation as a reliable engine. Of course, it is complemented by a five-speed manual transmission.

A station wagon with a sixteen-speed manual should accelerate from rest to 100 km/h in 13 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 170 km/h. Consumption should be around 7 l/100 km.

Felicia after the first owner and with a modest drive is in GLX equipment, inside we find a Sony cassette radio, central locking, power steering, the car also has front fog lights, washer lights and stands on aluminum wheels.

All we have left is the prize. Twenty-seven-year-old, but also unusually well-preserved Felicia Combi from the first owner and with the most powerful available drive unit under the hood is for sale for 155,000 crowns. So what do you think?

What do you say about the Škoda Felicia Combi after the first owner and with low mileage for 155 thousand crowns?

It is a lot of money for such an old “feld”, even if it is preserved like this.

A total of 22 readers voted.