The new generation of the Skoda Fabia is adding yet one more version to its lineup, the Fabia Combi ScoutLine.
The brand new Skoda Fabia Combi ScoutLine is the newest addition to the supermini range signed by the Czech based automaker and it has been introduced in Europe. The more practical version of the model is being offered with the updated exterior design, bringing some plastic body cladding, but don’t expect to take it off-roading any time soon because this is offered exclusively with front-wheel drive and the suspension system hasn’t been modified at all as the vehicle has the same ground clearance as the standard one.
The slightly beefier appearance has been obtained by introducing the plastic elements on the front and rear bumpers, along with the reflex-silver underbody protection. Plastic can also be found on the wheel arches and on the door sills as well. The Skoda Fabia Combi ScoutLine is riding on 16-inch Rock or 17-inch Clubber alloy wheels. We are not sure at this point whether Skoda has performed any changes to the cabin because no details or images with this have been released. Under the hood, the more practical variant of the Fabia is being offered with a choice of three gasoline engines, rated at 75 PS, 90 PS and 110 PS, while diesel lovers can go for the 75 PS, 90 PS and 105 PS variants. All engines are Euro 6 compliant and they have nothing to do with the “dieselgate” scandal.