The Fabia is available in wagon and hatch body styles, and both look remarkably good. The 16-inch wheels and contrast-coloured makes it look little different.
There’s only one engine . The range is 66TSI, which offers 66kW of power and 160Nm of torque, paired exclusively to a five-speed manual gearbox. Those who want more twist or want a self-shifting transmission will need to jump up to the 81kW/175Nm, to get the seven-speed, double-clutch DSG gearbox.
Both drivetrains claim a fuel consumption figure of just 4.8l/100km and 6–7l/100km over different driving conditions.
The chunky steering wheel looks perfectly in the interior. The touchscreen infotainment system looks and feels good . Smartphone mirroring when paired with well supportive seats is a good choice for a road trip.
The Fabia enjoys a mix and match of safety features and tech that are top notch.There are also smart features like a “multi-collision braking system” that reduces the risk of your car becoming a hazard after an accident by jamming the brakes on. This system also triggers the brake and hazard lights when it’s activated, and is easily deactivated by accelerating or emergency braking.
Price starts from $16,890