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Skoda Fabia (Czech Rep., 2007-present)

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Review

In 2010. Škoda Auto presented the facelifted Fabia model. The changes involve outside design, as well as technology and the portfolio of available engines. The vehicle's height has remained unchanged, but its new design “language” that stresses the vehicle's width and the brand new front make the Fabia look more dynamic.



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Design

The facelifted look of the Fabia is underlined by a new radiator grille and 3D-shaped headlamps that have been widened to highlight the horizontal line of the vehicle's front. Moreover, the modernised model lines feature new aluminium wheels, decorative hubcaps and paint colours.



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Engines

The Fabia gets a number of technological improvements along with the new face, including mostly supercharged engines. The manufacturer offers altogether seven petrol engines and three diesel units whose power ranges from 44 kW to 77 kW in the Fabia. All of the engines exported to EU countries comply with the EU 5 standard and have low fuel consumption and CO2 emission levels.

Combined with a two-clutch seven-speed DSG transmission, the new 1.2 TSI petrol engine (77 kW) has a consumption of 5.3 litres/100 km. The four-cylinder TSI engine is available in two power levels – 63 kW and 77 kW. Both of these versions are also be available in combination with a five-speed manual transmission.

The power of the 1.2- and 1.6-litre diesel engines ranges from 55 kW to 77 kW. All of the diesel units are fitted with a particulate filter. One of the main changes is high-pressure Common Rail injection - the injection pressure is as much as 1,600 bar and the fast-responding piezoelectric injectors are able to perform as many as five injections within one beat.



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The origin of Skoda Auto goes back to 1895. Václav Laurin, a mechanic, and Václav Klement, book-seller, both shared a passion for bicycles. When Klement tried to get spare parts to fix is bicycle and wrote to the manufacturer in Czech, he got an unfawl reply asking him to write in a language they could understand. In that moment, the two Czechs founded Laurin & Klement and started to produce bicycles under the patriotic name: Slavia.

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