The 2017 Skoda Fabia is a supermini car produced by Czech manufacturer Škoda Auto since 1999. It is the successor to the Škoda Felicia, who stopped in 2001. The 2017 Skoda Fabia is available in hatchback, estate, named Fabia Combi and lounge body style since 2007, the second generation is offered in hatchback and estate versions. 2017 Fabia is based on the platform of the Volkswagen Polo MK4.
In Skoda Fabia related models, Roomster is a multipurpose vehicle, also available as a panel van, which is based on the same platform and also features design on the same front. In 2011, Škoda was sent fast launched in India, 4-door sedan car with the same front design as the 2nd-second generation Fabia, but based instead on the newer PQ25 platform. This is related to the 2010 Volkswagen Vento, also developed in India, which is essentially a three-box version of the Volkswagen Polo Mk5. It was produced by Škoda India exclusively for the Indian market. It also has a slightly different interior.
2017 Skoda Fabia is available in three trim levels: Classic, comfort, and elegance. Later in life the Fabia’s, the mid-range Comfort model fall for the name Ambiente with the rest of the series. Other models available throughout the lifetime of the car included Ambiente SE, Black Line, Silver, Sport, Bohemia, and 2018 Skoda Fabia VRS. Several safety features and minor changes were made over time. Easy and Junior models sold in Eastern European markets where the purchasing power is lower. Some of these Fabia have painted bumpers, mirrors or gloveboxes.
The Junior have power steering and the steering wheel is borrowed from Octavia I. Because of that, it was slightly larger, with a diameter of 380 mm instead of the usual 370 mm on the other Fabia models. Also sold in such markets is the Fabia Praktik, which removes a panel van version of the Fabia with the rear windows and seats. A less powered version of the 1.4 MPI with just 60 PS (44 kW) are also sold in Eastern Europe. The demise of the weaker engine was that it struggled to move the heavy car. Unless on a flat surface, it has struggled to reach higher than 30MPG.
2017 Skoda Fabia Concept
The Funstar (stylized as FUNStar) is a pickup concept car based on the MK3 Fabia. This can be seen in the annual 2015 Wörthersee GTI fan meeting. The 2017 Skoda Fabia exterior received a unique painting makeup, topped with green day running lights, 18-inch wheels of the Octavia RS and bonnet vents. The truck bed is needed for the removal of the C-pillars, necessitating wider B-pillars and stiffened panels to maintain structural strength. The Funstar is powered by a 1.2-liter TSI petrol engine with a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox. A 1.8-liter engine was originally planned for use, but could not implement due to its size.
2017 Skoda Fabia Engines
The power source selection for the MK3 Fabia is derived from the current Mk5 Polo, although the missing 1.2 liters 55 kW TDI engine will be included in the fuel-economy-oriented GreenLine model at the end of 2015. The 1.2-liter inline-three will be released petrol engines of the Mk2 model has been replaced by smaller but more efficient engines 1.0 liters.
Skoda Fabia Motorsport
The Motorsport division of Škoda Auto Škoda Fabia builds Super2000 rally car. Since its debut in 2009, the Fabia Super, won fourteen international titles and twenty-two national championships. Lars Larsson, the FIA European Rallycross Championship in 2007. Sergey Zagumennov the same in 2014
The Skoda Fabia R5 is a Group R rally version of the car and this year in the European Rally Championship since the issue in 2015, as well as in the World Rally Championship-2, also since the edition 2015.