2011 Skoda Fabia (Scout, GreenLine, RS, Combi) – Official photos, features, specs, pricing | Auto Spectator…

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With the Fabia, Auto has established a rock-solid for its five-car portfolio. This little car exemplifies Škoda’s to detail, no matter how small the its eye for simple, clever solutions; and its for innovation.

Following a partial the Fabia, Fabia Combi and are entering the highly-charged supermini with numerous technical placing them in the spotlight in car comparative tests.

Photo: Skoda Fabia RS

The Fabia, Combi and Roomster facelift has accompanied by technical enhancements in the and, perhaps more under the bonnet which left the virtues of both advanced cars intact. luggage capacity of between 505 and litres, the Fabia Combi to provide the sort of boot that exceeds the norm in class.

Meanwhile, the Škoda with its versatile VarioFlex seat system, continues to the requirements of the whole family. The compartment volume can be expanded 480 litres to 1,810 litres, the Roomster a load-carrying champion.

2011 Skoda Fabia –

The completely redesigned end incorporates strong horizontal which visually lower the and the Roomster despite their height. “With this no component escaped our notice,” Development Executive Eckhard of the comprehensive redesign. The bonnet an advanced direct fuel turbocharged engine or a dual-turbocharged

The GreenLine versions of the Fabia, Combi and Roomster are set to make motorshow debut in Paris. all boast a three-cylinder 1.2 TDI CR engine virtues – quiet running, a increase in torque and low combined – that set the pace in this

The new grille and the three-dimensionally shaped define the new look of the Fabia and the their horizontal lines the front end’s width. cars now look more more …, and carry emotional cachet. The visor-like surface which wraps the passenger compartment has always a key feature of the Roomster and the Fabia, and so.

The elegant rear end and the classic tail lamps shared by all models clearly betray the origins. Likewise, the Roomster its affiliation to the Škoda family identically designed tail Roof rails are available as an extra for the Fabia and the Fabia

Photo: 2011 Skoda Combi GreenLine –

the passenger compartment is enhanced by new and visual refinements. The new chrome comprising chrome air vent gear knob, gear gaiter frame and handbrake button, lends the interior an air of quality. The optional three- and leather multifunction steering offer audio system and remote control.

The comfortable, seat covers and upgraded air conditioning controls infuse the with a quality usually for higher-segment cars.

The instrument panel’s central also indicates the recommended a feature which helps to cut on fuel consumption. Cars with DSG transmission also the gear currently in use. The temperature is constantly shown on the display as this information is for safe driving.

Cruise and individually programmable speed to alert the driver to motorway limits abroad and any speed related to the use of winter tyres are displayed here.

Like siblings higher up in the Škoda the Fabia and Roomster can be fitted the Amundsen navigation system, with a five-inch touchscreen, SD reader and Aux-In jack for audio devices. An additional Device Interface (MDI) for use iPod, Aux-In, USB and Mini-USB is also available (in combination the Swing radio or Amundsen system) and is located in the lower

The GSM II phone preparation incorporates to keep two different Bluetooth on the go at the same time. This you can phone via the hands-free device listening to music from an memory device. Both can be operated via the buttons on the optional steering wheel.

Voice is also activated via a button on the steering wheel or on the phone of the GSM II Comfort system.

The environmentally-friendly versions of the Fabia, Fabia and Roomster are set to make their in Paris. Their 1.2 TDI CR engine is one of the economical diesel engines on the paving the way for lower consumption in the versions. The three-cylinder’s maximum is 55 kW (75 bhp) and achieves a maximum of 180 Nm at 2000 rpm. This has a five-speed manual transmission and a system, significantly reducing consumption.

The recommended gear signalling the opportune moment to gear, the lower rolling tyres and aerodynamic modifications to the and chassis of the Fabia hatchback are key efficiency factors.

Photo: Skoda Fabia Combi

The fuel consumption of the Fabia and Combi is 3.4 l/100 km, which to CO2 emissions of 89 g/km. The Roomster combined consumption of 4.2 l/100 km and CO2 of 109 g/km. The GreenLine versions, their standard counterparts, agile handling and superior power, with the Fabia from 0 to 100 km/h in 14.2 (Fabia Combi: 14.3 Roomster: 15.4 seconds), and a speed of 172 km/h for the Fabia and Combi (Roomster: 165 km/h).

petrol and four diesel are available. The power outputs of the engines range from 44 kW to 132 kW for the and from 51 kW to 77 kW for the Roomster, while the units for both deliver 55 kW and 77 kW. All engines supplied within the EU EU5 exhaust emissions regulations, excellent fuel efficiency therefore, report extremely low CO2

All cars with manual (apart from the three-cylinder 1.2 HTP engines) include a gear indicator to encourage fuel-efficient An arrow on the dashboard insert suggests when to change in order to keep the engine in its efficient rev range.

As elsewhere in the family, the Fabia and Roomster range is determined by the art of downsizing. reduced engine capacities are by turbo -charging or twin-charging and precision direct fuel in order to achieve the optimal of performance as well as fuel

Photo: 2011 Skoda RS

Turbo-charging significantly increases levels, particularly on petrol while pulling power is from much lower than with conventional, engines. The top power unit of the series is the four-cylinder petrol in the Fabia RS. Despite its capacity of 1.4-litres, twin-charging via a turbocharger that the power output is 132 kW peak drivetrain torque is 250 Nm 2,000 rpm right through to rpm.

Combined consumption is 6.2 l/100km, while CO2 emissions are a 148 g/km. Such performance and are best-in-class standard.

Yet performance the only development target. Auto set the bar high with the compatibility, smooth running and low levels of its new engines. When to the optimized dual-clutch direct DSG, the new 1.2 TSI petrol engine 77 kW offers outstandingly low running Fuel consumption of just 5.3 per 100 km and CO2 emissions of only 124 g/km are at this performance level.

The TSI engine is offered at two levels of – 63 kW and 77 kW, both combined with a five-speed gearbox.

Diesel outputs range from 55 kW to 77 kW, capacities of 1.2 and 1.6 litres. All diesel are fitted with a particulate A major innovation is the switch to pressure injection via a common-rail injection pressures of up to 1,600 bar for the 1.2 TDI CR and bar for the 1.6 TDI CR. The fast-response allow up to six injections per noticeably improving engine and drastically reducing exhaust

Additional cleaning of the exhaust is achieved by an oxidation catalyst and gas recirculation in all diesel engine of the Fabia and Roomster series.

2011 Skoda Fabia

Engine range:

1.2 HTP/44 kW (60 – EU 5 (not available for the Roomster)

1.2 12V kW (70 bhp) – EU 5/EU2

1.4 16V/63 kW (86 bhp) – EU 5

1.2 TSI/63 kW (86 – EU 5

1.2 TSI/77 kW (105 bhp) – EU 5

1.2 kW (105 bhp) (DSG) – EU 5

1.6 kW (105 bhp) – EU 4/EU 2 yet available)

1.6 16V/77 kW (105 (A) – EU 4/EU 2 (not yet available)

1.4 kW (180 bhp) – EU 5 (for RS)

1.2 TDI CR kW (75 bhp) – EU 5/EU 4 (not yet

1.6 TDI CR DPF/55 kW (75 bhp) – EU 5 (not for the Roomster)

1.6 TDI CR DPF/66 kW (90 bhp) – EU 5

1.6 TDI CR kW (105 bhp) – EU 5

Numerous systems ensure the security all and Roomster passengers and of other users. Four airbags the front occupants, with the of another two depending on the trim. ABS brake assist is also a feature.

The ESP system will now be by tyre pressure warning and start assist.

Photo: Skoda Fabia Combi

The new system has been designed to enhanced road illumination reflector or projector units are An energy-efficient daytime running system is integrated into the new fog lamps, roughly halving energy consumption. This is also better at illuminating the in foggy conditions.

In emergency situations – over 7 m/s2 at than 60 km/h – the brake flash at a frequency of 3 Hz to warn the traffic. If, after emergency the vehicle speed is under 10 and deceleration is under 2.5 m/s2, the warning lights switch to normal cycle (1.25 Hz) to the following drivers.

For convenience, the of the Fabia and the Roomster can be controlled via the locking device. All power-operated can be closed on leaving the car by keeping the button pressed down. In the drivers who have left Fabia or Roomster parked in sunlight can open the windows to cool the interior.

The anti-theft in both models has become more resilient. The new-generation now protects vehicles more against theft. Finally, and Roomster security benefits a larger brake booster.

The cylinder allows for better of the braking effect and responds spontaneously to the force applied on the making retardation faster and sensitive.

Photo: 2011 Fabia RS

A DOUBLE HELPING OF THE ŠKODA FABIA RS AND THE FABIA RS

Škoda Auto has a long-standing with motorsport, stretching all the way to its formation. From its earliest the Mladá Boleslav factory’s adapted sports cars been battling for victory on circuits and in rallies. The latest RS cars carry on this tradition, placing the second-generation at the forefront of the competition.

Now, for the first time, are two RS versions in the Fabia range: the hatchback and estate bodystyles, a 1.4 TSI 132 kW (180 bhp) continue the RS range’s renowned of sporty performance with fuel efficiency and environmental-friendliness.

versions of the new Škoda Fabia RS are thanks to their unique bumpers with integrated fog lamps, which can also be with an optional cornering or LED daytime running lights. The RS sits proudly within the chromed frame, while brake callipers hint at performance potential from the spokes of bespoke 17-inch aluminium wheels.

As well as windows, the rear sports a new design and a dual-pipe exhaust. The and the rear spoiler of the hatchback are in black, white and silver on and depending on the car’s body The roof spoiler on both the and estate versions increases at higher speeds which, combined with the uprated gear and performance-oriented electronic aids (ESP, ABS and TCS), the Fabia RS safe and agile

Photo: 2011 Skoda Combi RS

The new XDS differential increases pleasure by braking the inside wheel when accelerating corners, transferring torque to the wheel. The lateral torque to pull the Fabia RS into enhancing its cornering ability, and the car with excellent agility. pressure monitoring and hill assist are standard features the pleasure of the driving experience and safety.

Inside the Fabia RS and the Combi RS, the sports seats the RS symbol on their backrests. and front passenger seats are adjustable and, as in all versions of the the steering wheel is height- and adjustable. The RS boasts a three-spoke steering wheel, also in an optional multifunction version control paddles for the seven-speed DSG gearbox. The distinct interior is underscored by the Onyx dashboard.

The steel pedals are fitted non-slip pads.

All Fabia RS have Climatic air conditioning and a designed “RS” dash and are wired for a four-speaker stereo Customers can also order red covers and black floor with silver or red offset depending on the upholstery colour. The wheel, gear lever and handle are leather upholstered.

RS models offer impressive following Škoda Auto’s of a dual-charged four cylinder engine to its range for the first which produces 132 kW bhp) from a mere capacity and a torque peak of 250 Nm. a top speed of 224 km/h – 226 km/h for the version – and the ability to accelerate 0 to 100 km/h in just 7.3 both models offer sporty performance. Despite the performance, combined fuel in the NEDC measuring cycle is low: both RS versions just 6.2 litres of fuel to 100 kilometres.

This feat of power and is achieved by fine-tuned technology. The 1.4 TSI features direct fuel and dual-charging via a turbocharger with and a mechanical, shiftable supercharger. In an intercooler increases air volume for within the combustion chambers. The pump carries the fuel to the at a pressure of up to 150 bar.

Both are controlled via a maintenance-free chain while the camshaft controlling the two valves is continuously adjustable on cylinder. The 1.4 TSI’s cylinder is made of cast iron, the of steel.

The supercharger and turbocharger hand-in-hand to provide harmonious delivery across the engine’s rev The mechanically-driven supercharger supplies the chambers up to engine speeds of rpm when the engine is operating part load conditions, under full load it is at a maximum of 3,500 rpm. By point the exhaust-driven turbocharger has full effectiveness and continues to the engine in the higher rev range.

The use of fuel injection during starting reduces harmful by allowing the catalyst and lambda to reach optimum operating after just a few yards, reliable and effective exhaust gas

But it’s not just the harmonious delivery that makes Fabia RS versions perfectly to daily use. The luggage and payload also add to its practicality. The of the Fabia RS is distinguished by high that does not detract driving ease and comfort.

2011 Skoda Fabia

EMOTION AND LIFESTYLE: THE FABIA AND SCOUT FOR RADICAL DRIVERS

The Scout has sensitively expanded the of attractively designed Škoda It fulfils consumer demand for low and individual mobility, and all three – the Fabia Scout, the Fabia Scout and the Roomster Scout – benefited from a facelift and technical improvements.

In recent the Scout versions of the Fabia Roomster and Octavia Combi developed into a well-established of the Škoda model range. The Scout hatchback rounds off the end of the range by appealing to customers who may not the increased loading capacity of the Combi Scout or Roomster but who nevertheless want to enjoy the of the strong, rugged looks of a version. As with previous models, the Fabia will significant emotion into the and appeal to those who are looking for that little bit different value for money, reliability and looks are also classic of the Škoda brand, all of which can be in the new Fabia Scout.

The small car segment is generally by functionality and economy. The Fabia breathes fresh air into class. The easily identifiable of this practical supermini has even more rugged the addition of a bold, specially off-road bumper.

The standard and silver roof rails – to both the Fabia Combi and the Fabia Scout – and the protective mouldings make the Fabia a car designed to radiate zest for and style.

The Fabia Scout is with alloy wheels designed for this model. of the standard 16-inch wheels, can upgrade to larger 17-inch of the same design. The circular fog lamps and tinted windows off the exterior features of the Fabia

The distinctive Scout styling into the passenger compartment. The similar to that in the Fabia Scout and the Roomster Scout, is of hard-wearing, comfortable material. The woven mats bear the logo, which also on the boot to underline the Fabia identity.

The standard pedals of the Scout and the Fabia Combi are stainless steel with non-slip pads.

The new features in the facelifts of the normal Fabia and Roomster have been to the Scout versions too. revised models continue to with exemplary luggage of up to 1,485 litres in the Fabia Scout and 1,810 litres in the Scout. The unique VarioFlex rear seat system the Roomster Scout passenger to be configured to accommodate all sorts of needs.

The carefully compiled of equipment sets the Scout apart from competition. The sophisticated engine range, of four petrol engines outputs from 63 kW to 77 kW and four units from 55 kW to 77 kW, drivers an agile and economical to help them on their

Photo: 2011 Skoda

Scout engine range:

1.4 kW (86 bhp) – EU 5

1.2 TSI/63 kW (86 bhp) – EU 5

1.2 kW (105 bhp) – EU 5

1.2 TSI/77 kW bhp) (DSG) – EU 5

1.6 16V/77 kW bhp) – EU 4/EU 2 (not yet

1.6 16V/77 kW (105 bhp) (A) – EU 2 (not yet available)

1.2 TDI CR DPF/55 kW (75 – EU 5/EU 4 (not yet available for the

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