Skoda has confirmed UK prices and specification levels for the new Fabia.

new skoda fabia to cost less than £15,000

© Provided by Motoring Research New 2021 Skoda Fabia Prices

The fourth generation of the popular Czech supermini will continue to offer plenty of car for relatively little money. 

Priced from less than £15,000, the Fabia will comfortably undercut the recently updated – and closely related – Volkswagen Polo.

Monte Carlo or bust

new skoda fabia to cost less than £15,000

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At launch, Skoda will offer UK buyers a choice of four trim levels, stretching from the entry-level ‘S’ model to the feature-packed SE L version. 

There are also four engines, all of which are three-cylinder petrols. The UK line-up starts with a naturally aspirated 65hp motor, with a 110hp turbocharged unit at the top of the pile.  

As before, Skoda will release a sportier Monte Carlo model, due in 2022.

new skoda fabia to cost less than £15,000

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The £14,905 Fabia S comes with LED headlights, air conditioning, lane assist and pedestrian protection as standard. A 6.5-inch touchscreen, including a DAB radio, provides the infotainment.

The SE Comfort version of the Fabia costs from £16,795. This improves the specification inside and out, with a set of 15-inch ‘Rotare’ alloy wheels, front fog lights and rear parking sensors. 

On the inside, the SE Comfort has a two-spoke steering wheel, along with a leather-wrapped handbrake and gear lever. The front seats are adjustable for height and lumbar.

Added colour and luxury

new skoda fabia to cost less than £15,000

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The Fabia Colour Edition kicks off at £17,495, with 16-inch black alloy wheels helping it stand out. The roof and wing mirrors can be painted in contrasting metallic Graphite Grey or pearl-effect Magic Black.

Other standard equipment includes privacy glass, an 8.0-inch multimedia touchscreen, 10.0-inch digital dashboard and keyless entry. An umbrella, hidden inside the door pocket, is a typical Skoda touch. 

At the top of the range is the Fabia SE L, starting from £18,980. A set of 16-inch Proxima alloy wheels and chrome window surrounds mark this out as the fanciest Fabia.

new skoda fabia to cost less than £15,000

© Provided by Motoring Research New 2021 Skoda Fabia Prices

Fabia SE L models will get chrome interior trim, Comfort seats, ambient lighting and electric windows front and rear. Dual-zone climate control and a front armrest add an extra degree of luxury. 

Amundsen satellite navigation is included on the larger 9.2-inch touchscreen. SE L buyers also get a subscription to Skoda’s online services for a year.

UK orders open from 28 September, with first deliveries expected in the fourth quarter of 2021.

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