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.
Question: what’s blue and red on the outside, black on the inside and excellent value for money? Answer: the stunning new Škoda Fabia vRS Special Edition.
To celebrate the fourth and final year of one of the UK’s best-loved diesel pocket rockets, Skoda has produced 1,000 Special Edition vRS’ featuring individually numbered black leather seats, sporty red callipers and Race Blue metallic paint – the only colour available and the first time it’s been offered on (...) > Full story
The new Skoda Fabia is characterized by all of the core values, which have made more than 1.5 million customers buy the first generation – and this has been further developed even further by Skoda. In its class, the Fabia is the vehicle with the largest knee and headroom in the rear. The occupants in the front traditionally enjoy a great deal of space.
It seams that Skoda will launch the second generation of Fabia.The old model will be replaced in the beginning of 2007,at the Geneve Auto Show.
The face will have the lines of the Roomster,and will share the technical platform from the next VW Polo,and Seat Ibiza. > Full story
As many vehicles follow a sterile pattern of suppressed performance, soft riding and handling. Skoda introduce a genuine ’sport’ handling vehicle that comes free of under-bonnet clutter. The Fab little Fabia RS not only looks damn trick from the outside, but once you get those wheels turning, a new kind of sensation will flow though through your veins.
First shown at the 2000 Paris Auto Show, the Skoda Fabia Combi boasts 63% more carrying space than its hatchback sister (it has a potential boot capacity of 1,225l) while offering the same level of handling. This estate has a wide range of engines and is available in three trim levels - Classic, Comfort and Elegance. Power steering, driver’s airbag and engine immobiliser are standard on all models.
The best reference when making a decision on whether to buy or not to buy a Fabia is the enumeration of domestic and international awards - Car of the Year 2000 in the UK, Austria, Poland, Croatia and in Slovakia, Car of the Year 2001 in Denmark, winner of the Czech national survey Auto 1, Golden steering wheel award from the German weekly Bild am Sonntag and prestigious award Car of the Year from the British magazine Auto Express.