Oct 05, 2016 : VW-owned Škoda has launched its ‘MyŠkoda’ mobile app. The carmaker says that this initiative is part of the Rs 100 crore investment which will be used to enhance the customer&rs quo;s ownership experience. Customers can keep a check on various aspects related to their beloved Škoda cars. For a start, customers can keep a check on the service and spare parts costs, which is a relief as believing what the service advisor has to say on the service day is becoming increasingly suspicious, not just with Škoda but with all automakers. Customers can also trace the itemised service and repair record of their vehicle Read More Read Less
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