Obviously, Skoda is particularly focused on fuel economy and emissions, with the 1.4-liter TDI unit regarded as the greenest unit of the whole range. It achieves a fuel consumption rating of 61.4 mpg while releasing 119 grams of CO2 per kilometer.
As for the features, the car comes with several Scout exclusive parts, including body mouldings, 16-inch alloy wheels, silver roof rails and upgraded interior compared with the Fabia 2 it is based on. Additional features include cruise control, ESP and leather-steering wheel while, among the optional equipment, we can mention 17-inch wheels and variable boot floor, according to the aforementioned source.
Skoda is particularly interested in the UK market, especially thanks to the government incentives which helped the company boost revenues in the last few months. Thanks to these bonuses, the Skoda Fabia starts at £5,995 while the Octavia at £8,995.
“These great finance offers are just right for many people who are considering a new car. They can get into a new Fabia for less than £15 per week. For instance, families who bought a second-hand car for their son or daughter can replace that car with a new Škoda and have the peace of mind of knowing that their loved ones are driving a safer, more economical and environmentally-friendly car,” Robert Hazelwood, Skoda brand director said in a release. in early May.