In the UK and most of europe we got the 120L with the 130 engine better suspension and 5 gears.
We also got te Rapid model with both the 136 carb engine and the 135 RiC bendix injection version.
They are great cars. Simple, but great. Closest britain ever got was the Hillman Imp, and the Mini. One was too small, and the other had the engine at the wrong end.
All the Rapid needs is some internal luxuries and you wouldn't know it was an old car. The last models even ran fine with unleaded fuel. Plus they handled much better than the Favorit and Felicia that Followed and showed the Skoda could make "modern" cars. I know, I have had standard and modified 120L and Favorits.
I've even made plans to sell my current Saab convertable and buy a late model Felicia and get back to what I know best about cars.