Skoda Fabia Estate
Skoda Fabia Estate

Pricing and equipment levels for the new Skoda Fabia Estate have been announced and it delivers higher equipment levels and even better value for money than the outgoing model. As customers have come to expect from ‘the Manufacturer of Happy Drivers’, it makes a perfect option for drivers looking to squeeze the most out of their budget.

The latest edition to Skoda’s line-up takes everything that was great about the current model and makes it even better - Larger in every key aspect than its predecessor (7mm longer and 42mm more headroom) and with an impressive 1,460-litre loading area (rear seats folded), customers have themselves an ‘extra bit of car’ at a truly attractive price.

Bundled with all this extra space the new Fabia Estate gets a fresh new ‘Skoda family’ design, a choice of six engines, an abundance of storage trays, hooks and cubby holes to keep possessions secure and even more passenger space - a real winner in a segment where space is at a premium. The new Skoda Fabia Estate will doubtless be more popular than the model it replaces.

The Fabia Estate was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motorshow in September 2007 and will be launched in the UK on 29 February 2008 - an extra day in the year for an extra bit of car! However, new and existing Skoda customers can start placing their orders at their nearest retailers from 5 December 2007.

The new Skoda Fabia Estate is set to build on the success of its predecessor, of which over 630,000 were sold worldwide and some 31,000 found happy homes in the UK since its launch in 2001.

Published : 04/11/07 Author : Melanie Carter

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