Between now and 31 January 2024, buyers choosing Skoda’s rival to the VW ID.4, Ford Mustang Mach-e and Nissan Ariya, will be able to have an Ohme wallbox supplied and fitted free of charge or to take a £500 Skoda Powerpass voucher.
Customers opting for a free wallbox can choose from the 7kW Ohme Home Pro unit, which comes with a tethered five-metre cable, or a 7kW Ohme ePod untethered unit. Standard installation is included in the offer but to qualify, buyers must have off-street parking and either be the property owner or have their landlord’s permission to fit the equipment.
For those who can’t install a wallbox, or already have one, Skoda is offering the alternative of £500 towards public charging. The charging voucher can be redeemed via the Skoda Powerpass network. This partnership with chargepoint operators offers DC rapid and AC destination charging at more than 200,000 locations across the UK and Europe and includes major networks such as Ionity, Gridserve, BP Pulse and Instavolt. The voucher can be redeemed via one of three tariffs, including the free Charge Free, as well as the Simply Charge and Charge Faster tariffs, which come with monthly fees but offer discounted charging costs.
The offer applies to all versions of the Enyaq, including the hot Enyaq Coupe vRS, which has received a power and range upgrade for 2024.
The Enyaq SUV is also available as a two-wheel-drive 60 model with 177bhp and a 58kWh battery, which starts from £38,970, as well as 77kWh, 282bhp two-wheel and all-wheel-drive versions of the SUV and Coupe, priced from £44,540.
As well as the charger offer, Skoda has announced a new 0% finance offer on all new versions of both SUV and coupe versions of the Enyaq, on a three-year deal through its Solutions PCP package.