The new generation of the Skoda Fabia has been reviewed these days by the guys from What Car and their impressions can be seen in the video posted below.
The 2015 Skoda Fabia is considered to be one of the best vehicles in its segment so if you have bought a Volkswagen Polo over the last few months and are now checking the reviews for its Czech cousin, you may be kicking yourself in the nuts for not waiting a little more. The new Czech supermini is has a roomy passenger compartment, enough boot space and it is the second tallest car in the class after the Honda Jazz / Fit. But is it really that good? Well, you will have to check out the video posted below which will answer this question.
The newest Skoda Fabia has been introduced back in 2014 and it is already available for order in most markets. The B-segment vehicle is coming from 11,790 euros, on the Old Continent, in the Active trim level, which is packing daytime running lights, electrically adjustable side mirrors, tire pressure monitor, 15-inch steel wheels and a 1-liter engine under its hood, with 60 HP. The 1.2L turbo with 90 HP costs 13,740 euros and if you are interested in the TDI 1.4L, than get ready to pay 15,940 euros for this model. Prices will be increasing to a frightening 20,520 euros for the DSG 1.4 TDI, so make your choice. The new Fabia has received a 5-star safety rating from Euro NCAP.