Skoda Fabia Combi
Skoda has ambitious plans for the emerging car market of India. The company is planning to launch Fabia Combi at a price less than Rs 10 lakh next year in the country. The consumers in the country are looking for better cars that could deliver comfort, mileage and performance. Fabia Combi is likely to create its own place in the heart of Indian car lovers. Other similar cars in the market have been the Ford Fusion and the Tata Marina.
Skoda Fabia Combi will catch your eye at first glance with its harmonious lines and with details that put the finishing touch to the timeless design of the new generation of the most popular Skoda models.
The new model now offers the passengers even better comfort and also more space for the luggage then its predecessor. The boot has grown by 54 litres and its volume is 480 litres now. With the rear seats folded flat, the total size of the luggage compartment is 1,460 litres, 235 litres more than in the previous model.
Compared with the first generation of this model, the outside dimensions of the new vehicle have grown. The Fabia Combi is 7 mm longer and 46 mm higher. The headlamps carry a distinct look, contributing to the friendly face of the car. The front grille is based on the traditional design, complete with the vertical bars and Skoda logo. Also the interior of the Fabia Combi has radically changed. The dashboard respects ergonomic principles consistently. This means that the driver's workplace is organized with respect to maximum comfort, safety and convenience.
The key strengths of Fabia Combi include enough room for passengers sitting in the rear seats, many storage trays, boxes, etc. and high-quality materials in the interior. On the engine option list, expect the same 1.6-litre petrol and diesel engines that do duty in the Skoda Rapid and the VW Vento. An automatic version might also be offered
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