Skoda Fabia becomes allroad wagon

Skoda Fabia

Skoda has presented an upgraded version of the Fabia Combi Scoultline. From the standard model, whose facelift was introduced in the spring at the Geneva Motor Show, the new car features an increased ground clearance and additional lower body protection.

The upgraded Skoda Fabia Combi Scoutline comes with LED headlamps and rear fenders as well as various jaws from 16 to 18 inches. In addition, the station wagon has rails on the roof and painted in gray hulls on the exterior mirrors.

Like the hatchback, the Fabia Combi Scoutline features an upgraded instrument panel and a multimedia suite with a 6.5-inch touchscreen display. The system works with the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto protocols.

The car’s engine range consists of 3-cylinder 1.0-liter MPI 60/75-hp and 1.0 TSI 95/110-hp engines. All aggregates comply with the Euro-6 environmental standard because they are equipped with a “start / stop” system and a power regeneration function for braking.

Included among the electronic assistants included in the model are a dead zone system, a function for automatic switching from long to dipped, and a reverse parking assist system.

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2 Comments on “Skoda Fabia becomes allroad wagon”

  1. 60L engine?
    Comparing capacity of one engine to horsepower of another?

    Did you even proof read this?

    Despite that it says very little about the car, other than it exists. At least try to do some journalism.

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