The Fabia was launched in 2007 and is the cheapest Skoda in India. It comes with a 1.2-litre diesel and petrol and a 1.6-litre petrol engine. it competes with the VW Polo, Hyundai i20, Maruti Suzuki Swift, Fiat Grande Punto. There is no automatic option.
Skoda UK launched today the Fabia BlueLine special edition. It is offered with both gasoline and diesel engine priced at £9,990 and £11,450 respectively. We won’t bother converting the prices because Skoda has no plans to sell the cars in the U.S.
The Fabia BlueLine is painted in Pacific Blue paint combined with a white roof. it comes with lowered suspensions and 15-inch alloy wheels. Under the hood there is a choice of two engines: a 70HP 1.2-liter petrol (gas) engine and a 80Hp 1.4-liter turbo diesel.
Inside the VW Polo clone is offering the ’Magic’ upholstery, climate control air conditioning, a glasses storage compartment and storage boxes under the front seats.
It looks like the Bohemia rally will be the place where the new Skoda Fabia Super 2000 will make its debut. The vehicle which was announced in February will be powered by a 2.0 liter FSI engine, found also on the Vw Golf V GTI, and will deliver approximately 140 hp.
A six-speed sequential transmission will be used on the vehicle as well as a four-wheel drive system and three passive differentials. The lucky drivers who will drive the car will be Jan Kopecky, Raimund Baumschlager, Sebastian Lindholm and the well-known Spanish driver Carlos Sainz. More details when the official information will be released!
Skoda has started testing the first prototype of the Skoda Fabia Super 2000 today. Designed to be used in the Super 2000 category, the vehicle is based on the second-generation Fabia and, in compliance with the FIA regulations, is equipped with a two-litre atmospheric four-cylinder petrol engine, a six-speed sequential transmission and a four-wheel drive system with three mechanical differentials.
Commenting on the occasion, Dr. Eckhard Scholz, Skoda Auto BOD Member responsible for technological development, said: “We are glad to have started testing the Fabia Super 2000. This year we are planning to optimise and certify the vehicle so that we can use it on both national and international levels. When exactly will the vehicle be released for competition use will depend on the achieved progress, relevant test results and the final certification. Then we are also planning to offer the vehicle to private teams.
Based on a customer service arrangement, further development work on the vehicle will be done in close cooperation with our importers worldwide“.
Martin Lauer, Head of Corporate Communications, adds: “The history of over hundred years of involvement in motorsport is unique, and we are proud to be able to continue the success story with the Fabia Super 2000. We believe that the vehicle will become a successful part of this tradition, because car racing is popular all over the world and offers great opportunities to promote our products“.
Skoda has unveiled a new addition to its Fabia line-up: the Sport. It will sit atop the supermini range alongside the current Fabia 3 flagship. Costing from £10,660, the Sport represents excellent value for money coupled with a more aggressive, purposeful look.
Skoda Auto is going to stage a world premiere of the new Fabia Combi at the 2007 Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA 2007). After the five-door hatchback presented at the Geneva Motor Show this spring, the Fabia portfolio is now being extended with a versatile estate version.
Skoda unveiled at the Frankfurt Auto Show, the Fabia GreenLine, a new model line designed to offer highly economical and environmentally-friendly operation and maximum possible minimisation of emissions of solid particles and CO2.
After unveiling the new Fabia hatchback, Skoda will unveil an estate version of the model in September at Frankfurt Motor Show.
There are no other info about this car at the moment, but we presume that the estate version will use the same engines as the Fabia hatchback: four gasoline and three diesel engines with maximum power of 105 hp.
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