/Skoda Fabia Greenline II Does 83 MPG

Skoda Fabia Greenline II Does 83 MPG

Skoda Fabia Estate GreenLine II at Skoda Fabia Greenline II Does 83 MPG

Skoda has launched their greenest production model ever in the UK market today. It’s the Fabia Greenline II powered by a three-cylinder turbocharged 1.2 TDI CR engine with 75 hp, and featuring DPF common rail system and stop-start function,and energy recuperation. So it has an incredible average fuel consumption of 83.1 mpg (combined cycle) and CO2 emissions of only 89g/km.

The car also has a single 45 litre tank of fuel, which means, at least on paper, it should be able to cover a distance of 932 miles between the pumps. Other economy features of the car includes a gear recommendation system, which helps the driver make optimum use of the engine’s potential, a lowered and aerodynamically-covered chassis and low-rolling resistance tyre.

Pricing for this ultra-economical Skoda Fabia starts from £13,740.

Skoda Greenline II Estate standard specification highlights:

-12-volt socket in boot
-15″ ‘Antares’ alloys 6Jx15″ 195/55 R15 85H (low rolling resistance tyres)
-3.5mm aux socket (for MP3 players etc)
-8 Loudspeakers
-Alarm with tilt sensor
-Black roof rails
-Body coloured bumpers
-Body coloured door mirrors and handles
-Cruise control
-Electric front windows
-Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors
-Electro-hydraulic power steering
-Energy recuperation
-Front fog lights
-Halogen projector headlights with DE module
-Headlight range adjustment
-Height adjustable driver and passenger seat
-Lowered suspension
-Manual air conditioning
-Passenger airbag-de-activation switch
-Preparation for ‘Top-tether’ child seats
-Remote central locking
-Retractable rear parcel shelf
-Side and rear windows in tinted glass
-Stop/start function
-‘Swing’ radio 2DIN single CD (can play MP3 recordings)
-Tinted windscreen
-Trip computer
-Tyre pressure monitor (TPM)
-Tyre repair kit (no spare wheel)

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