• 2001 Skoda Fabia Combi

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.

  • 2001 Skoda Fabia Combi
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    1999 L
  • 0-60 time:
    10 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    122 mph
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The Skoda Fabia Combi has a wide range of engines: four petrol and two diesel. Almost all petrol engines fulfil the strictest EU 4 emissions standard, which will apply in EU countries from 2005. The car can be also supplied with engines that comply with the valid EU 2 standard. Diesel engines conform to EU 3.


The basic power unit for the Combi is the 1.4-litre petrol engine, which produces 50kW/68bhp and a maximum torque of 120Nm at 2,500rpm. The maximum speed is 164km/h and the average consumption is 7.1l of 95 RON petrol per 100km. The knocking sensor permits the use of cheaper 91 RON petrol, with only a nominal reduction in performance. The engine complies with the EU 4 standard, but an EU 2 version is also available.

The other 1.4-litre engine differs from the previous one in that it has two overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder. It produces 55kW/75bhp and a maximum torque of 126Nm at 3,800rpm. The maximum speed is 170km/h and average consumption is 6.7l/100km. In combination with automatic transmission, this engine conforms to EU 3.


The Skoda Fabia Combi is also available with the 55kW petrol engine and automatic transmission. It is a four-speed automatic transmission with a hydrodynamic converter. In third and fourth gear, the converter has a clutch lock-up to transmit the drive force so there is no loss of performance. The automatic transmission electronic system works on the "fuzzy logic" principle: gear changes adapt to both road conditions and driving style.


The 1.4-litre power unit is also available in a sportier version. It develops a maximum of 74kW/101bhp. With this engine, the Combi can reach a maximum speed of 186km/h and accelerate from 0-100km/h in 11.6s. The average fuel consumption is 7.1l/100km.


The top power unit is the 2-litre engine with 85kW/115bhp, producing a maximum torque of 170Nm at 2,400rpm. With this engine, the Combi can reach a maximum speed of 197km/h and accelerate from 0-100km/h in 10.1s. This engine complies with the strictest EU 4 standard and has an average consumption of 7.8l/100 km on 95 RON petrol.


The Skoda Fabia Combi gives the customer the choice of two diesel engines with the latest direct injection, both have a displacement of 1.9l.

The SDI engine produces 47kW/64bhp and a maximum torque of 125Nm in the range of 1,600 to 2,800rpm. The maximum speed is 158km/h and average consumption is 4.8l/100km.


The top diesel power unit is the new TDI engine with high-pressure direct injection and pump nozzle system. It delivers 74kW/101bhp and supplies its greatest torque of 240Nm at 1,800 to 2,400rpm. It has a maximum speed of 187km/h and acceleration from 0-100km/h in just 11.6s. The average consumption is 4.9l/100km.

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