An inch longer and two inches taller than its predecessor, the new Fabia from Volkswagen-owned Skoda has been shown. The extra space means bosses at the Czech firm are claiming it will have class-leading rear knee and head room when it goes on sale across
Customers will have the choice of seven of VW Group’s gasoline and diesel engines. For the first time a six-speed automatic Tiptronic transmission is on the options list, while electronically controlled Climatronic air conditioning and an MP3-compatible stereo are also available. Twin front and side airbags will be standard across the range.
The first Fabia has been one of
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