Skoda Octavia III 2013 Onwards Westfalia Swan Neck Towbar

Technical Specifications

Electrics Coding :
Ball Type:
Swan neck
Bumper Cuts :
Non Visible
Bypass Required :
Model Exclusions:
Black Line
Towing Weight Kg :
Nose Weight Kg :

Skoda Octavia III 2013 Onwards Westfalia Swan Neck Towbar

USD $ 244.67
Price includes VAT
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Skoda Octavia III 2013 Onwards Westfalia Swan Neck Towbar

Limousine and Combi

inc. RS and Scout


  • 1 Main tow bar assembley
  • 1 Neck
  • 1 Tow ball cover
  • 2 M12x75 bolts
  • 4 M10x35 bolts
  • 1 Electric Socket bracket

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I purchased a golf mk7 tow bar and electrics before 12pm and it was at my door the next day before 12pm wow how fast was that , very easy and pleasant to do business with,
Would highly recommend this company to anyone thinking of buying a tow bar or anything else this company sells :-)
Simple and effective product
As a retired service manager in a Skoda franchise I had seen many genuine VW Group supplied towbars (with Westfalia labelling) fitted to new and used Skodas. I was impressed by the quality of construction, ease of fitment, and final cosmetic appearance of these products, so when I traded my old `09 Octavia (fitted with a genuine Skoda towbar) for a `16 model, I had no hesitation in specifying Westfalia. The fact that PF Jones were offering this product at a very attractive price was the "icing on the cake". The fitting instructions were pictorial, but easily understood, and the finished installation was very professional. I have no hesitation in recommending this product to any of my friends and family.
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Please could you tell me if you do a towbar and electrics for a 2015 Skoda octavia scout 4x4 2015 series 3. Reg is OY65FSN. Finding difficulty finding one as I keep getting told they've not developed one yet. Thanks

Asked by Steve Panther  | 26/01/2016, 07:58 | 1 answer(s)