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Škoda Fabia

Škoda Fabia
Overview
Manufacturer
Škoda Auto
Production
1999-present
Body and chassis
Class
Supermini
Chronology
Predecessor
Škoda Felicia
The Škoda Fabia is a supermini car produced by Czech manufacturer Škoda Auto since 1999. It is the successor of the Škoda Felicia, which was discontinued in 2001. The Fabia was available in hatchback, estate (named Fabia Combi) and saloon (named Fabia Sedan) body styles at launch, and since 2007, the second generation is offered in hatchback and estate versions. It is based on the platform of the Volkswagen Polo Mk4.moto

First generation (Typ 6Y; 1999-2007)

Škoda Fabia Mk1
Škoda Fabia Mk1 (6Y)
Overview
Production
1999-2007
Assembly
Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic
Nairobi, Kenya (CMC)
Solomonovo, Ukraine (Eurocar)
Kaluga, Russia
Body and chassis
Body style
4-door saloon
5-door hatchback
5-door estate
Platform
Volkswagen Group A04 (PQ24)
Related
SEAT Ibiza Mk3
SEAT Córdoba Mk2
Volkswagen Polo Mk4
Powertrain
Engine
1.0 L I4 MPI (petrol)
1.2 L I3 HTP (petrol)
1.4 L I4 MPI (petrol)
1.4 L I4 16V (petrol)
2.0 L I4 MPI (petrol)
1.4 L I3 TDI (diesel)
1.9 L I4 SDI (diesel)
1.9 L I4 TDI (diesel)
Transmission
5-speed manual
6-speed manual (vRS only)
4-speed automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase
2,460 mm (96.9 in)
Length
3,960 mm (155.9 in) (hatchback)
4,220 mm (166.1 in) (saloon/estate)
Width
1,650 mm (65.0 in)
Height
1,450 mm (57.1 in)
The first generation Fabia (given the internal type code 6Y) was officially presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 1999 and production of this model started in October the same year. The estate version Fabia Combi was introduced in September 2000 at the Paris Motor Show. It was the first model to use the Volkswagen Group's A04 platform, which it shares with the Volkswagen Polo Mk4 and SEAT Ibiza. This car won 2000 What Car? "Car of the Year" in the UK.
The range started with the 1.0 8v Classic (which was cheaper than Volkswagen's smaller 3-door 1.0 Lupo when on sale) to the 1.9 PD TDi vRS.
Part of the Fabia's success was the fact that all of its mechanical parts were developed by or in conjunction with Volkswagen, but were offered in a package that is priced to undercut other models in the Volkswagen Group. The only traces of non-VW Škoda left in the Fabia are the 1.0 and 1.4 8v "MPI" engines, which were modifications to Škoda's own 1.3 engine, and were used in pre-Volkswagen Škodas such as the Estelle and Favorit.
In 2005 the Fabia received a facelift, with changed front fog lights and grille, slightly different rear lights, new steering wheel and revised specification levels. The vRS also had its final gearbox ratio changed. Most importantly, the Sport model was added, with the 75 PS (55 kW) 1.4 petrol being offered with a manual transmission. This engine was quickly dropped for the 1.2 HTP, which while not as powerful, was a much more free revving engine giving a more sporty feel and flexible drive. The Sport also had its specification changed to include red seat belts and sunset privacy glass from the B pillar to the rear.
Again in 2006 the Fabia range shown at the Geneva Motor Show had minor specification revisions. These include a center rear head rest, a central three-point seatbelt and an additional four bodywork colours. The 1.4 16v 75 PS (55 kW) petrol engine was replaced with a more powerful 1.4 16v 80 PS (59 kW) engine.

Engines

The term MPI (Multi-Point Injection) is used by Škoda to differentiate from 16v models and (in the case of the Octavia Mk2) FSI engines. The 75 PS (55 kW) version of the 1.4 16v was only mated to Volkswagen's four-speed automatic transmission with fuzzy logic operation until the addition of earlier Sport models which mated it with a manual transmission. The 1.4 8v was dropped in 2003 as it would fail to meet future emissions requirements. Its performance is heavily hampered by its old OHV (pushrod) design. The Fabia's overall performance and fuel consumption figures fall behind other city cars and small family cars as it is larger and heavier. However, the 1.2 HTP (High Torque Performance) engine was developed specifically for the Fabia and offers better performance and fuel economy, and was later used in Volkswagen's own Polo due to its high acclaim.
Model
Years
Engine and code
Displ.
Power
Torque
1.0 8V
1999–2000
I4
AQV/ATY/ARV
997 cc
37 kW (50 PS; 50 hp) at 5000 rpm
84 Nm (62 lbft) at 2750 rpm
1.2 MPI 6V
2001–2003
I3
AWY/BMD
1198 cc
40 kW (54 PS; 54 hp) at 4750 rpm
108 Nm (80 lbft) at 3000 rpm
1.2 HTP 6V
2003–2007
I3
AWY/BMD
1198 cc
40 kW (54 PS; 54 hp) at 4750 rpm
108 Nm (80 lbft) at 3000 rpm
1.2 HTP 12V
2003–2007
I3
AZQ/BME
1198 cc
47 kW (64 PS; 63 hp) at 5400 rpm
112 Nm (83 lbft) at 3000 rpm
1.4 MPI
2000–2003
I4
AZE/AZF
1397 cc
44 kW (60 PS; 59 hp) at 5000 rpm
118 Nm (87 lbft) at 2600 rpm
1.4 MPI
1999–2003
I4
AME/AQW/ATZ
1397 cc
50 kW (68 PS; 67 hp) at 5000 rpm
120 Nm (89 lbft) at 2500 rpm
1.4 16V
2000–2007
I4
APE/AUA/BBY/BKY
1390 cc
55 kW (75 PS; 74 hp) at 5000 rpm
126 Nm (93 lbft) at 3800 rpm
1.4 16V
2006–2007
I4
BUD
1390 cc
59 kW (80 PS; 79 hp) at 5000 rpm
132 Nm (97 lbft) at 3800 rpm
1.4 16V
1999–2007
I4
AUB/BBZ
1390 cc
74 kW (101 PS; 99 hp) at 6000 rpm
126 Nm (93 lbft) at 4400 rpm
2.0 8V
1999–2000
I4
ATF
1984 cc
88 kW (120 PS; 118 hp) at 5600 rpm
174 Nm (128 lbft) at 2400 rpm
2.0 8V
2000–2007
I4
AZL/BBX
1984 cc
85 kW (116 PS; 114 hp) at 5200 rpm
170 Nm (130 lbft) at 2400 rpm
1.4 TDI 6V
2005–2007
I3
BNM
1422 cc
51 kW (69 PS; 68 hp) at 4000 rpm
155 Nm (114 lbft) at 1600–2800 rpm
1.4 TDI 6V
2003–2005
I3
AMF
1422 cc
55 kW (75 PS; 74 hp) at 4000 rpm
195 Nm (144 lbft) at 2200 rpm
1.4 TDI 6V
2005–2008
I3
BNV
1422 cc
59 kW (80 PS; 79 hp) at 4000 rpm
195 Nm (144 lbft) at 2200 rpm
1.9 SDI 8V
1999–2006
I4
ASY
1896 cc
47 kW (64 PS; 63 hp) at 4000 rpm
125 Nm (92 lbft) at 1600–2800 rpm
1.9 TDI PD 8V
2000–2007
I4
ATD/AXR
1896 cc
74 kW (101 PS; 99 hp) at 4000 rpm
240 Nm (180 lbft) at 1800–2400 rpm
1.9 TDI PD 8V vRS
2003–2007
I4
ASZ/BLT
1896 cc
96 kW (131 PS; 129 hp) at 4000 rpm
310 Nm (230 lbft) at 1900 rpm

Trim levels

At launch, the Fabia was available in three trim levels: Classic, Comfort, and Elegance. Later in the Fabia's life the mid-range Comfort model was dropped for the name Ambiente to fit in with the rest of the range. Other models available throughout the car's lifespan included Ambiente SE, Blackline, Silverline, Sport, Bohemia (estate only, run-out model) and vRS. Various safety features and minor changes were made over time. Easy and Junior models were sold in Eastern European markets where the buying power is lower. Some of these Fabias do not have painted bumpers, side mirrors or gloveboxes. The Junior didn't have power steering and the steering wheel was 'borrowed' from Octavia I. Because of that, it was slightly bigger, with a diameter of 380 mm instead of the regular 370 mm found on all the other Fabia models. Also sold in such markets is the Fabia Praktik, which is a panel van version of the Fabia with the rear windows and seats removed. A lesser powered version of the 1.4 MPI with just 60 PS (44 kW) is also sold in Eastern Europe. The downfall of this weaker engine was that it struggled to shift the weighty car. Unless on flat surfaces it struggled to achieve higher than 30MPG.

Fabia vRS

Introduced in 2003, the Fabia vRS, while not the first diesel hot hatch, was the first exclusively diesel hot hatch, having no petrol equivalent. The engine is Volkswagen Group's 1.9 litre Pumpe-Düse Turbocharged Direct Injection diesel engine, producing 130 metric horsepower (96 kW) and 310 Nm (230 lbft) at 1900 rpm, with a six-speed manual gearbox. It was named the "Diesel Car of the Year 2003" in the Scottish Car of the Year Awards. It also falls in a low tax band (Band C) in the UK, further increasing its cost benefits over its (chiefly petrol-powered) counterparts.
Official figures state 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) takes 9.6 seconds, but several motoring magazines and websites have measured faster times (around the 7.0-7.5 seconds range) (Autocar: 7.1 seconds, Auto Express: 8.1 seconds, and FastHatchbacks.com: 8.5 seconds). The in gear acceleration times are 50-70 mph in 5.6 seconds, quicker than BMW's 330i which takes 6.0 seconds. 20-40 mph in 2.4 seconds is as quick as the Lotus Elise 111R. Despite this the Fabia vRS can achieve better than 6.2 L/100 km (46 mpg-imp; 38 mpg-US). If driven carefully some drivers have experienced MPG rates of 65-70 mpg over long periods. The Fabia vRS has a top speed of 128 mph (206 km/h).
The vRS was shown to be quicker than a similarly priced MINI Cooper around Top Gear's and Fifth Gear's test tracks.
In 2007 1,000 Special Edition Fabia vRS models were produced featuring individually numbered black leather seats with blue piping, sporty red brake callipers, "Race Blue" metallic paint, cruise control, darkened rear windows and a six CD autochanger. This model was known as the Fabia vRS SE.
The last Mk1 Fabia vRS came off the production line in March 2007 - being UK 2007/07 registered.
According to Škoda UK, there were only 22 of these 2007 registered marks (not including the 1000 Special Edition vRS SEs).

Second generation (Typ 5J; 2007-2014)

Škoda Fabia Mk2
Škoda Fabia Mk2 (5J)
Overview
Also called
Škoda Fabia Jingrui (China)
Škoda Fabia 5J (Ukraine, until 4/2010)
Škoda Fabia MG (Ukraine, since 4/2010)
Production
2007-present
Assembly
Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic Aurangabad, India (Škoda India) until 31st August 2013
Oskemen, Kazakhstan (Azia Avto)
Anting, China (SVW)
Solomonovo, Ukraine (Eurocar)
Body and chassis
Body style
5-door hatchback
5-door estate
Layout
Front-engine, front-wheel-drive
Platform
Volkswagen Group A04 (PQ24) platform
Related
Škoda Rapid (2011)
Škoda Roomster
SEAT Ibiza Mk3
SEAT Córdoba Mk2
Volkswagen Polo Mk4
Powertrain
Engine
1.2 L I3 HTP (petrol)
1.2 L I4 TSI (petrol)
1.4 L I4 16V (petrol)
1.4 L I4 TSI (petrol, vRS only)
1.6 L I4 16V (petrol)
1.2 L I3 TDI CR (diesel)
1.4 L I3 TDI PD (diesel)
1.6 L I4 TDI CR (diesel)
1.9 L I4 TDI PD (diesel)
Transmission
5-speed manual
6-speed manual
6-speed automatic
7-speed automatic DSG
Dimensions
Wheelbase
2,460 mm (96.9 in)
Length
4,000 mm (157.5 in) (hatchback)
4,247 mm (167.2 in) (estate)
Width
1,642 mm (64.6 in)
Height
1,498 mm (59.0 in)
The second generation Fabia (internal type code 5J) was officially presented at the Geneva Auto Show in March 2007 and was sold from April 2007. It still uses the PQ24 platform. The car is however slightly larger than its predecessor and takes styling cues from the Roomster, Škoda's small MPV. The exterior of the two cars, Roomster and Fabia, were designed simultaneously to create synergies by Thomas Ingenlath and Peter Wouda.
The estate variant was officially announced in August 2007 and was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2007. Compared with the first generation the new Combi is 7 mm (0.3 in) longer, 46 mm (1.8 in) higher and the boot has grown by 54 litres (to 480 litres total). The engine portfolio is the same as the hatchback version, without the 1.2 44 kW one.
The initial petrol engine line-up was a mixture of newer engines from Audi and some carry-overs from the outgoing model. In comparison to the 1st-generation Fabia, both basic 1.2-litre 3-cylinders gained 4 kW each: new power peak was 44 kW (60 PS), and 51 kW (70 PS). There was only a single 1.4-litre 16v petrol on this model, producing 63 kW (86 PS). The range-topping petrol engine was the 1.6-litre 4-cylinder with variable valve timing producing 77 kW (105 PS) . There was also an option to mate this engine with a 6-speed tiptronic transmission sourced from Aisin.
The diesel range featured the same 51 kW (70 PS) and 59 kW (80 PS) 1.4-litre Pumpe-Düse 3-cylinders from the predecessor model. The top-of-the-range diesel was a 1.9-litre Pumpe-Düse 4-cylinder producing 77 kW (105 PS).
The second generation Fabia trim levels were Classic, Ambiente, Sport and Elegance. In the UK the trim levels were called 1, 2, Sport, 3, and GreenLine (later S, SE, Elegance, and GreenLine). In India, the trim levels were Active, Classic, Ambiente and Elegance. All models sold within the EU were equipped with ABS, front passenger, driver and side airbags. Curtain airbags and ESC were available as an option.
Though the sedan body, and the RS version were discontinued (the latter until facelift in 2010), the 2nd-generation Fabia offered variety of new choices. The GreenLine model was the most environmentally-friendly Fabia, with 59 kW 1.4-litre diesel 3-cylinder consuming 4.1 l/100 km, which is 109 g of CO2 per km. At the Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA) 2007 Škoda presented near-production-state design study of the Fabia Scout: a rugged version of the Fabia Combi. However, it was until May 2009 when this car finally started to roll off the production line in Mladá Boleslav. The new-generation Fabia featured a specific design element: a roof in different colour than the rest of the body was available as an option.

Marketing

United Kingdom

For the launch of the new Fabia, Škoda UK commissioned an advertising campaign called Cake, featuring the making of a Fabia car out of cake which swapped rivets for raisins, metal for marzipan and spark plugs for sugar. The soundtrack for the advert was "My Favorite Things", from The Sound of Music.

China

Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive introduced the new Fabia to the public at the 2008 Guangzhou Motor Show. It was launched in China for the 2009 model year.

India

Škoda India launched the latest version of Fabia in 2008. The car was well praised by Indian motor magazines, but it couldn't live up to the hype created by the previous generation Octavia. Fabia has not succeeded in this market due to dealer problems, steep prices and Škoda trying to position itself as a luxury marque. Škoda India has decided to bring in more powerful engines at better prices and taken strict measures to improve dealer quality levels and curb excessive service costs.
Škoda Fabia Mk2 Combi










Safety

Euro NCAP test results
Škoda Fabia (2007)
Test
Score
Rating
Adult occupant:
32
4 /5 stars4 /5 stars4 /5 stars4 /5 stars
Child occupant:
36
4 /5 stars4 /5 stars4 /5 stars
Pedestrian:
17
4 /5 stars4 /5 stars

Facelift

The facelifted Fabia and Fabia Combi were premiered at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. Updated version can be easily distinguished by different shape of front bumper and front fog lights. Inside, new steering wheels were the tell-tales. Though their shape remained the same, headlights with projector module undergone technical changes: for full beam, a separate reflector is fitted on the inner side of the lamp, while the projector module providing a dimmed beam is on the outer side.
The engine line-up was updated along with a facelift, too. 1.2-litre TSI turbocharged petrol engines came as a replacement of the previous 1.4 and 1.6-litre MPI engines, providing significant improvements to fuel consumption and corresponding reductions in CO2 emissions. The Aisin automatic transmission previously used was also replaced with the 7-speed DSG dual-clutch gearbox (optional on 77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) 1.2 TSI models), providing a reduction of over 30% in CO2 emissions for the 77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) automatic derivative (compared to the previous 1.6-litre).[17]Diesel engines were updated to the common rail system and four-valve technology.
With the facelift a sports RS version returned to the range, now available as both hatchback and estate. This model features the same 1.4-litre twin-charged petrol engine as the Volkswagen Polo Mk5 GTI, producing 132 kW (180 PS) and is mated with a 7-speed DSG dual-clutch transmission as standard. With top speed 226 km/h (Fabia Combi RS), this is the fastest production Fabia ever. The RS had its own version of the cake advertisement – ‚Mean Green‘, with a darker rock version of "My Favorite Things".
The GreenLine model received new technology, as well. Manufacturer's combined consumption for the Fabia GreenLine with brand-new 55 kW 1.2-litre 3-cylinder diesel engine is 3.4 l/100 km, which is 88 g CO2 per km. Gerhard Plattner, Austrian economy driver, managed to reach 2,006 km on a single tank of fuel, that is 2.21 l/100 km (127.8 mpg imp / 106.4 mpg US).
New to the lot was Monte Carlo version for both Fabia and Fabia Combi, utilising design features if the Škoda Fabia Sports Design Concept presented at 2009 Geneva Motor Show.
At the 30th Wörthersee GTI Treffen, Škoda revealed Fabia RS 2000 design study based on Super 2000 rally car.
4 May 2012 Škoda produced 3-millionth Fabia. The number included 1,788,063 1st-generation cars, and another 1,211,937 2nd-generation Fabias.
Interior view of the facelifted version












Engines

The initial petrol engine lineup was a mixture of newer engines from Audi and some carry overs from the outgoing model. The base 1.2 remains the same (44 kW) while the higher powered version has its power output upped to 70 PS (51 kW). There was only a single 1.4 litre 16v petrol on this model, producing 85 PS (63 kW). The range topping petrol engine was the 1.6 16v engine producing 105 PS (77 kW) . There was also an option to link this engine to a six speed tiptronic transmission sourced from Aisin.
Diesel engines consisted of the same 70 PS (51 kW) and 80 PS (59 kW) 1.4 TDI units from before. The range topping diesel was a 1.9 TDI producing 105 PS (77 kW).
The top-of-the-line vRS model features the same 1.4 litre engine as the Volkswagen Polo Mk5 GTI, producing 180 PS (132 kW) and is fitted with a seven-speed DSG semi automatic transmission as standard. The vRS had its own version of the cake advertisement, with a darker rock version of "My Favorite Things".
Overview of engines available for the 2nd-generation Fabia (A05, Type 5J), incl. facelifted model.

Petrol engines

Engine designation
Production
Engine code (family)
Displacement, configuration, valvetrain, fuel system, aspiration
Motive power at rpm
max. torque at rpm
Gearbox (type), drive
Top speed [km/h]
0–100 km/h [s]
(0-62 mph)
Combined consumption [l/100 km / mpg imp / mpg US]
CO2 [g/km]
1.2 MPI 44 kW
2006-2010
(EA111)
1198 ccm, I3, 6V, OHC, MPI, naturally aspirated
44 kW (60 PS; 59 hp) at 5200 rpm
108 Nm (80 lbft) at 3000 rpmm
5-speed manual (MQ200), FWD
155
16.5
5.9 / 47.9 / 39.9
140
1.2 MPI 44 kW
2010-2014
(EA111)
1198 ccm, I3, 12V, DOHC, MPI, naturally aspirated
44 kW (60 PS; 59 hp) at 5200 rpm
108 Nm (80 lbft) at 3000 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ200), FWD
155
16.5
5.5 / 51.4 / 42.8
128
1.2 MPI 51 kW
2007-2014
BZG (EA111)
1198 ccm, I3, 12V, OHC, MPI, naturally aspirated
51 kW (70 PS; 68 hp)at 5400 rpm
112 Nm (83 lbft) at 3000
5-speed manual (MQ200), FWD
163
14.9
5.5 / 51.4 / 42.8
128
1.2 TSI 63 kW
2010-2014
CBZA (EA111)
1197 ccm, I4, 8V, OHC, TSI, turbocharged
63 kW(86 PS; 85 hp) at 4800 rpm
160 Nm (118 lbft) at 1500-3500 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ200), FWD
177
11.7
5.2 / 54.3 / 45.2
121
1.2 TSI 77 kW
2010-2014
CBZB (EA111)
1197 ccm, I4, 8V, OHC, TSI, turbocharged
77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) at 5000 rpm
175 Nm (129 lbft) at 1500-4100
5-speed manual (MQ200), FWD
191
10.1
5.3 / 53.3 / 44.4
124
1.2 TSI 77 kW
2010-2014
CBZB (EA111)
1197 ccm, I4, 8V, OHC, TSI, turbocharged
77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) at 5000 rpm
175 Nm (129 lbft) at 1500-4100
7-speed automatic (DQ200), FWD
189
10.2
5.3 / 53.3 / 44.4
124
1.4 MPI 63 kW
2007-2014
(EA111)
1390 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, MPI, naturally aspirated
63 kW (86 PS; 85 hp) at 5000 rpm
132 Nm (97 lbft) at 3800 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ200), FWD
175
12.2
5.9 / 47.9 / 39.9
139
1.4 MPI 63 kW (China)
2008-
(EA111)
1390 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, MPI, naturally aspirated
63 kW (86 PS; 85 hp) at 5000 rpm
132 Nm (97 lbft) at 37500 rpm
5-speed manual, FWD
175
12.5
6.4 / 44.1 / 36.7
N/A
1.4 MPI 63 kW (China)
2008-
(EA390)
1390 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, MPI, naturally aspirated
63 kW (86 PS; 85 hp) at 5000 rpm
132 Nm. (97 lb•ft) at 37500 rpm
6-speed automatic, FWD
167
15.0
6.8 / 41.5 / 34.6
N/A
1.4 TSI 132 kW
2010-2014
CAVE (EA111)
1390 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, TSI, twincharged
132 kW (180 PS; ) at 6200 rpm
250 Nm (184 lbft) at 2000-4500 rpm
7-speed automatic (DQ200), FWD
224
7.3
6.2 / 45.6 / 37.9
148
1.6 MPI 77 kW
2007-2014
(EA111)
1598 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, MPI, naturally aspirated
77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) at 5600 rpm
153 Nm (113 lbft) at 3800 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ200), FWD
190
10.4
6.9 / 40.9 / 34.1
217
1.6 MPI 77 kW
2007-2014
(EA111)
1598 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, MPI, naturally aspirated
77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) at 5600 rpm
153 Nm (113 lbft) at 3800 rpm
6-speed automatic (AQ250) FWD
185
11.5
7.5 / 37.7 / 31.4
243
1.6 MPI 77 kW (China)
2008-
(EA111)
1598 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, MPI, naturally aspirated
77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) at 5250 rpm
155 Nm (115 lbft) at 3750 rpm
5-speed manual, FWD
183
11.0
6.4 / 44.1 / 36.7
N/A
1.6 MPI 77 kW (China)
2008-
(EA111)
1598 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, MPI, naturally aspirated
77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) at 5250 rpm
155 Nm (115 lbft) at 3750 rpm
6-speed automatic, FWD
180
12.4
7.2 / 39.2 / 32.7
N/A

Diesel engines

Engine designation
Production
Engine code (family)
Displacement, configuration, valvetrain, fuel system, aspiration
Motive power at rpm
max. torque at rpm
Gearbox (type), drive
Top speed [km/h]
0–100 km/h [s]
(0-62 mph)
Combined consumption [l/100 km / mpg imp / mpg US]
CO2[g/km]
1.2 TDI CR 55 kW
2010-2014
(EA189)
1199 ccm, I3, 12V, DOHC, common-rail, turbocharged
55 kW (75 PS; 74 hp) at 4200 rpm
180 Nm (133 lbft) at 2000 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ250), FWD
166
14.2
3,8 / 74.3 / 61.9
99
1.2 TDI CR GreenLine 55 kW
2010-2014
(EA189)
1199 ccm, I3, 12V, DOHC, common-rail, turbocharged
55 kW (75 PS; 74 hp) at 4200 rpm
180 Nm (133 lbft) at 2000 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ250), FWD
172
14.2
3.4 / 83.1 / 69.2
88
1.4 TDI PD 51 kW
2007-2010
BNM (EA188)
1422 ccm, I3, 6V, SOHC, Pumpe-Düse, turbocharged
51 kW (70 PS; 68 hp) at 4000 rpm
155 Nm (114 lbft) at 1600-2800 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ250), FWD
163
14.8
4.8 / 58.9 / 49.0
127
1.4 TDI PD DPF 59 kW
2007-2010
BNV (EA188)
1422 ccm, I3, 6V, SOHC, Pumpe-Düse, turbocharged
59 kW (80 PS; 79 hp) at 4000 rpm
195 Nm (144 lbft) at 2200 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ250), FWD
172
13.2
4.6 / 61.4 / 51.1
120
1.4 TDI DPF GreenLine 59 kW
2008-2010
BNV (EA188)
1442 ccm, I3, 6V, SOHC, Pumpe-Düse, turbocharged
59 kW (80 PS; 79 hp) at 4000 rpm
195 Nm (144 lbft) at 2200 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ250), FWD
170
13.2
4.1 / 68.9 / 57.4
109
1.6 TDI CR 55 kW
2010-2014
CAYA (EA189)
1598 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, common-rail, turbocharged
55 kW (75 PS; 74 hp) at 4000 rpm
195 Nm (144 lbft) at 1500-2000 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ250), FWD
166
14.1
4.2 / 67.3 / 56.0
109
1.6 TDI CR 66 kW
2010-2014
(CAYB (EA189)
1598 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, common-rail, turbocharged
66 kW (90 PS; 89 hp) at 4200 rpm
230 Nm (170 lbft) at 1500-2500 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ250), FWD
176
12.6
4.2 / 67.3 / 56.0
109
1.6 TDI CR 77 kW
2010-2014
CAYC (EA189)
1598 ccm, I4, 16V, DOHC, common-rail, turbocharged
77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) at 4400 rpm
250 Nm (184 lbft) at 1500-2500 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ250), FWD
188
10.9
4.2 / 67.3 / 56.0
109
1.9 TDI PD DPF 77 kW
2007-2010
BSW (EA188)
1896 ccm, I4, 8V SOHC, Pumpe-Düse, turbocharged
77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) at 4000 rpm
240 Nm (177 lbft) at 1900 rpm
5-speed manual (MQ250), FWD
190
10.8
5.0 / 56.5 / 47.0
130

Related models

The Škoda Roomster is a multi-purpose vehicle, also available as a panel van, that is based on the same platform and that also features the same front end design.
In 2011, the Škoda Rapid was launched in India, a four-door sedan car featuring the same front end design as the second generation Fabia, but based instead on the newer PQ25 platform. It is related with the 2010 Volkswagen Vento, also developed in India, which is essentially a three-box version of the Volkswagen Polo Mk5. It is produced by Škoda India exclusively for the Indian market. It also has a slightly different interior.

Motorsport

Main article: Škoda Motorsport
The Motorsport division of Škoda AUTO builds Škoda Fabia Super 2000 rally car. Since its debut in 2009, the Fabia Super 2000 won 14 international titles and 22 national championships.

Third generation (NJ, 2014-present)

Škoda Fabia Mk3
Škoda Fabia Mk3 (NJ)
Overview
Production
November 2014-present
Model years
2015-
Assembly
Czech Republic: Mladá Boleslav
Body and chassis
Body style
5-door hatchback
5-door estate
Layout
Transverse front-engine, front-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
1.0 L MPI I3 (petrol)
1.2 L TSI I4 engine (petrol)
1.4 L TDI I3 engine (diesel)
Transmission
5-speed manual
6-speed manual
7-speed automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase
2,470 mm (97.2 in)
Length
3,992 mm (157.2 in)
Width
1,730 mm (68.1 in)
Height
1,467 mm (57.8 in) (hatchback)
Curb weight
1,055–1,165 kg (2,326–2,568 lb) (hatchback)
The third generation Fabia was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in October 2014, with sales starting in the following month. An estate version has been available since January 2015. Due to the lack of demand for the Mk2 vRS models, a hot hatch variant is not planned for production. The Mk3 Fabia also won the "Overall winner" and "Best small car" categories of the 2015 What Car? Car of the Year awards.
The Mk3 Fabia underwent a major technical revision, being based on a mixture of the PQ26 platform, on which the facelifted Mk5 Volkswagen Polo is based, and the MQB platform, which is currently utilised by seven Volkswagen Group models. The chassis has been modified to "revert back to the Fabia’s original, first-generation design" by becoming 90 mm wider and 30 mm lower, resulting in more interior and boot space. Despite being 8 mm shorter, the Mk3 Fabia still offers more passenger room due to its extended wheelbase. Simultaneously, its weight has been reduced by 65 kg (143 lb). A similar approach was applied to the styling, according to Škoda designer Marko Jevtic: "It [the Mk3 model] has the qualities of the first Fabia, [...] We wanted its simplicity; we did not want to overload the design."

Engines

The powertrain selection for the Mk3 Fabia was borrowed from the current Mk5 Polo, although the missing 1,2 litre 55 kW TDI engine will be included in the fuel economy-oriented Greenline model that will be released in late 2015. The 1,2 litre inline-three petrol engines from the Mk2 model were replaced by smaller but more efficient 1,0 litre engines.
Petrol engines
Model
Years
Engine
Power@rpm, Torque @rpm
1.0 MPI
2014-
999 cc (61.0 cu in) I3
60 PS (44 kW; 59 hp)@5000-6000, 95 Nm (70 lbft)@3000-4300
1.0 MPI
2014-
999 cc (61.0 cu in) I3
75 PS (55 kW; 74 hp)@6200, 95 Nm (70 lbft)@3000-4300
1.2 TSI
2014-
1,197 cc (73.0 cu in) I4
90 PS (66 kW; 89 hp)@4400-5400, 160 Nm (118 lbft)@1400-3500
1.2 TSI
2014-
1,197 cc (73.0 cu in) I4
110 PS (81 kW; 108 hp)@4600-5600, 175 Nm (129 lbft)@1400-4000
Diesel engines
Model
Years
Engine
Power@rpm, Torque@rpm
1.4 TDI
2014-
1,422 cc (86.8 cu in) I3
90 PS (66 kW; 89 hp)@3000-3250, 230 Nm (170 lbft)@1750-2500
1.4 TDI
2014-
1,422 cc (86.8 cu in) I3
105 PS (77 kW; 104 hp)@3500-3750, 250 Nm (184 lbft)@1750-2500

Safety

Euro NCAP test results
Škoda Fabia (2014)
Test
Points
%
Overall:
5 /5 stars5 /5 stars5 /5 stars5 /5 stars5 /5 stars
Adult occupant:
31
81%
Child occupant:
40
81%
Pedestrian:
25
69%
Safety assist:
9
69%



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