The Skoda 1203 Minivan of 1981 is a medium-sized, boxy, and practical family vehicle that is a throwback to the golden era of minivans. Its defining features include a light blue exterior, and the iconic, square-edged angular design, complete with smoothly curved corners and humped rear end. On the inside, the spacious cabin is lined with almost all of its original upholstery, and the instrument panel is neatly organized. The space on the instrument panel is split into two sections, with the steering wheel and gear lever on the right, and the rest of the cabin's functions on the left. The van is also fitted with air conditioning, and air vents located throughout the cabin. In terms of performance, the Skoda 1203 Minivan of 1981 is powered by a four-cylinder engine, delivering 72 horsepower and 90 Nm of torque, enough for a top speed of 95 km/h. Although it's no sports car, the 1203 does provide a smooth, considered ride that is equally at home on city streets or motorway. The traditional drum brakes offer adequate stopping power, although the 1203's handling can occasionally be a little soft in the corners. Overall, the Skoda 1203 Minivan of 1981 remains a timeless classic that offers plenty of practicality, roomy interior space, and reliable performance. Its classic charm is an added bonus, making it the perfect vehicle for nostalgia-seekers looking for a reasonably priced everyday vehicle.
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