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2015 Skoda Fabia | new car sales price


Standard AEB, rear parking sensors, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, MirrorLink along with drive-away pricing for Skoda’s new-generation Fabia hatch and wagon.

Skoda’s all-new Fabia may trail new generations of the Mazda2 and Honda Jazz by nearly 12 months, along with the latest refresh of its VW Polo mechanical twin, but the Czech brand has equipped even the cheapest version its light-hatch challenger with two of modern motoring’s biggest must-haves.

Matching the $15,990 starting price of the previous model, the 2015 Skoda Fabia comes standard with Skoda’s City Emergency Brake AEB system, and is one of the first vehicles on the Australian market to score the Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink smartphone integration systems.

To boost the new model’s appeal even further, Skoda is offering all versions of the new Fabia with free on-road costs for the rest of 2015. 

Unlike its predecessor, the new Fabia rolls on the very latest version of the VW Polo’s architecture, while also matching the current Polo’s 1.2-litre turbo petrol engines.

The Fabia brings the same 66kW/160Nm 66TSI and 81kW/175Nm 81TSI configurations as the Polo, but consolidates its offerings by limiting the 66TSI to a five-speed manual transmission and the 81TSI as the only version available with a seven-speed DSG dual-clutch auto.

These drivetrain upgrades have also brought efficiency gains, with all versions matching the Polo’s best combined figure of 4.8L/100km. Helping the Fabia achieve this figure is Skoda’s Green Tech stop/start system and regenerative braking alternator.

Both the hatch and wagon bodystyles are available with either engine spec, with the more powerful automatic 81TSI commanding a $4300 premium over the 66TSI and the wagon bodystyle costing an extra $1150 in either grade.

Along with the standard AEB system, all new Fabias come with rear parking sensors and carry a maximum five-star ANCAP safety rating, improving on the four-star previous model.

In the cabin, the multimedia system now features a 6.5-inch touchscreen with VW’s SmartLink multimedia system which offers smartphone connectivity using Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink to cover iPhone 5 onwards and all current Android phones. These systems generally utilise the satnav on your phone, however built-in VW satnav is also available as a $950 option.

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The base 66TSI comes with a leather multifunction steering wheel, heated door mirrors, tyre pressure monitoring system, ISOFIX anchorage points and rides on 15-inch steel wheels.

The 81TSI adds cruise control and 15-inch alloys.

Seats-up storage space in the boot is improved on both models with hatch's 305-litre capacity and the wagon's 505 litres representing 5L and 25L gains respectively.

With the rear seats folded however, both models offer slightly less storage than before. Capacity in the hatch is now 1125 litres (down 40L) and the wagon 1370L (down 90L).

The Fabia hatch's storage capacity is still greater than the 20mm shorter Polo hatch's 280L/952L (seats up/down).

An optional $1300 Travel Pack is available for the 66TSI which adds cruise control, fatigue detection, LED daytime running lights and 16-inch alloys.

Available for the 81TSI, the $1200 Sports Pack adds 15mm lower sports suspension, front fog lights, LED daytime running lights, fatigue detection and 17-inch alloys.

Also available for the 81TSI is a $2600 Premium Sports Pack which adds the features of the Sports Pack plus auto wipers, climate control, flat-bottom sports steering wheel, keyless start and digital radio.

All three option packs are also available with Skoda's Colour Concept pack (extra $300 66TSI, no cost 81TSI), which offers an alternating selection of body, roof and wheel colours.

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