Skoda Fabia car reviews
The Skoda Fabia vRS Estate is a deeply practical yet astonishingly quick supermini. Those subdued looks also make it the perfect city stealth weapon.
Date added: Tuesday 04 January 2011.
The Fabia is easy to drive, comfortable and practical. All that makes it a decent car, but unfortunately for Skoda, the supermini class is full of exceptional cars. These make the Fabia look very out of date in a number of different areas. We’d look elsewhere.
Date added: Wednesday 01 December 2010.
The Skoda Fabia Scout offers generous space for passengers and luggage, with 4x4-esque body styling. Low running costs and a top-notch reliability record only improves the appeal.
Date added: Saturday 27 November 2010.
The Skoda Fabia estate is an incredibly spacious supermini, offering class-leading space for both passengers and luggage. Running costs are low and reliability is strong, too.
Date added: Friday 26 November 2010.
The Skoda Fabia vRS is as subtle as hot hatches get. It's very quick and the build quality is top notch.
Date added: Tuesday 31 August 2010.
When it comes to reinventing a brand, Skoda, with a little help from VW, wrote the book. And the first chapter of that book, if it existed, would be called Fabia.
Date added: Wednesday 24 May 2006.
Right, cards on the table. I've never liked diesels. Too smoky, noisy and slow. And if I had to pick one car to change my outlook, it's hardly likely to be a diesel-engined, five-door Skoda.
Date added: Thursday 24 July 2003.
Skoda's third-generation Fabia is all-new from the ground up. Ivan Aistrop discovers whether the new car has what it takes to trouble the big boys in the supermini class.
Date added: Friday 24 October 2014.
The Seat Ibiza Cupra has been around for some time now – since 1999 in fact – but it’s never quite been able to compete with the big hitters in the compact hot-hatch market.
Date added: Wednesday 02 October 2013.
With fuel prices at an unprecedented high and a one penny per litre cut in fuel tax unlikely to transform your motoring costs, a fuel efficient car could be for you. Auto Trader’s used car editor, Stuart Milne said: “Luckily, cars are becoming more and more efficient, and there are now plenty of affordable cars available on the used market that can cover more than 60mpg.
Date added: Monday 04 July 2011.
April 2011 marks a record month for Skoda, thanks to more sales worldwide than ever before. The UK saw dealers selling 3,300 cars over the month. The brand’s popular Fabia, Octavia, Superb and Yeti lines have helped earn the brand a 2.45 per cent market share, besting sister brand SEAT by almost one per cent.
Date added: Monday 16 May 2011.