What is the Skoda Fabia equivalent to?
The other main rivals both hail, like the Fabia, from the Volkswagen Group: the Seat Ibiza and the VW Polo. The Ibiza is both great to drive and remarkably spacious.
Is Skoda Fabia good on fuel?
With low emissions and good fuel economy from both the petrol and diesel engines, the Skoda Fabia Estate will be very cheap to run. With low emissions and good fuel economy from the petrol engines, the Skoda Fabia Estate will be very cheap to run.
Is Skoda Fabia good on motorways?
“Light and nippy around town, but it’s not the best on motorways.” While the Fabia is perfectly pleasant around town, things can be a little noisy on the motorway. The standard 1.0 MPI is suited to urban commuting with the odd longer journey from time to time.
What are the specs of a Skoda Fabia?
(5dr hatch, 5dr estate, 4 dr saloon 1.0, 1.2 HTP, 1.4, 2.0 petrol, 1.9SDI, 1.9TDI, 1.4TDI [Classic, Comfort, Elegance, Ambiente, vRS, Sport]) Launched in March 2000 to instant acclaim, the Skoda Fabia cemented the Czech company’s burgeoning reputation as a manufacturer of quality cars.
Why buy a used Skoda Fabia?
With used examples now starting to appear on the market, the Fabia is one of the most cost-effective ways to get a well-renowned latest-generation car on your driveway. If ever a used car came with a solid gold guarantee of customer satisfaction, the Skoda Fabia would be it.
What is the Volkswagen Fabia?
Under the skin, the Fabia is the first car in the VW Group to use the new small car platform, so for the time being, users can thumb their noses at owners of lower-tech (yet smaller and more expensive) VW Polos and SEAT Ibizas.
When did the Fabia hatchback come out?
The all-new Fabia arrived in the spring of 2007. The Fabia is the longest car in its class and has the interior space efficiency to capitalise on those extra inches. Nor is any future rival likely to surpass it in this respect, for anything larger would stray into Golf, Astra and Focus family hatchback territory.