› Wide range of powertrains from 48 kW (65 PS) to 110 kW (150 PS)
› All engines from Volkswagen Group’s new EVO generation
› Ranges of more than 950 km with the 50-litre tank
The new ŠKODA FABIA offers a choice of five efficient petrol engines. With this, ŠKODA has not only increased the number of different engines compared to the predecessor, but the range of power outputs – from 48 kW (65 PS) to 110 kW (150 PS) – is also significantly wider than before. All five engines are from Volkswagen Group’s new EVO generation and for the most part allow for a combined fuel consumption of approximately five litres per 100 km in the WLTP cycle. This makes the new FABIA up to 10 per cent more economical than the model’s predecessor. If combined with the optional 50-litre tank, this results in ranges of more than 950 km.
The range of engines available for the new ŠKODA FABIA includes two multipoint injection (MPI) petrol engines and three TSIs with direct injection. The new entry-level engine is a 1.0 MPI with three cylinders and an output of 48 kW (65 PS). This is an increase of 4 kW (5 PS) compared to its predecessor. Power is transmitted to the front wheels via a new manual 5-speed gearbox, which is also used in the variant featuring the second MPI engine. This generates an output of 59 kW (80 PS). Both MPI engines in the new ŠKODA FABIA comply with the current Euro 6d emissions standard.