At the beginning of March 2018, the Czechs will present their new Skoda Fabia 3 at the Geneva Motor Show and at the same time say Ciao Diesel! In the third generation, there will be only 1.0-liter petrol engine with and without turbo. Also new are the LED lights and an Otto particle filter, which is installed for the first time in the small car.
So that the petrol engines can meet the more stringent emission standards, at least the two turbo versions have now been equipped for the first time with an Otto particle filter. Shifting the top model can optionally also be done by a 7-speed DSG.
With the equipment there are now LED headlights and also the tail lights can be ordered optionally with the LED technology. The option list is then continued by, among others, a blind spot detector, a parking assistant and a high beam assistant. In terms of infotainment, there is an increase in the music system "swing", because the display grows from 5 to 6.5 inches in diagonal.
It can be optionally extended with Skoda Connect services. At extra charge, USB ports can be installed in the rear, there is a reversible mat for the trunk and really "Simply clever" it is then the ice scraper in the tank flap, which also has a scale for measuring the tire tread depth and in the LED Flashlight in the side compartment of the station wagon. With statements to the prices one holds oneself with the VW daughter from Mlada Boleslav still back.
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