New ŠKODA Fabia boasts adult to 17 per cent improved mileage

New ŠKODA Fabia facilities all-new engine lineup - Diesel engines accessible for a new ŠKODA Fabia contain 3 opening levels of a new turbocharged direct-injection 1.4 litre (photo) common-rail pattern with 3 cylinders. Its engine retard is done of aluminium alloy. The new ŠKODA Fabia sets new benchmarks in terms of fuel expenditure and emissions. Slated to entrance in Paris in Oct 2014, a new Fabia will use adult to 17 per cent reduction fuel than a predecessor, creation it a many environment-friendly and fuel-efficient Fabia of all time. Its all-new engine lineup (four petrol and 3 diesel engines) complies with a EU6 emissions standard.

The new ŠKODA Fabia will underline all-new, latest era fuel-efficient engines. Counting a GreenLine variant, business in EU countries will have a choice of 4 petrol and 3 diesel engines, all of them agreeable with a new EU6 emissions law and featuring a start-stop complement and kinetic appetite recuperation as standards. Transmissions will be possibly a primer or a DSG double-clutch gearbox.

The petrol engines accessible are new three- and four-cylinder array formed on MQB technology. The 1.0 MPI three-cylinders have surreptitious injection, while a four-cylinders are turbocharged with stratified injection (TSI) and engine distance of 1.2 litres. Power outlay starts during 44 kW (60 hp) and ranges adult to 81 kW (110 hp).

Diesel engines accessible for a new ŠKODA Fabia contain 3 opening levels of a new turbocharged direct-injection 1.4 litre common-rail pattern with 3 cylinders. Its engine retard is done of aluminium alloy. At 55 kW to 77 kW, appetite outlay is unvaried from a second era of a Fabia, yet engine distance is now 1.4 litres, not 1.6 litres as it was.

Late 2015 will see a launch of a many fuel-efficient ŠKODA Fabia, a GreenLine chronicle with a 55 kW 1.4 TDI engine. A start-stop system, kinetic appetite recuperation and tyres optimised for low rolling insurgency total with improvements to a car’s aerodynamics outcome in fuel expenditure of usually 3.1 l/100 km, homogeneous to CO2 emissions of a small 82 g/km.

From 2015, this will make a ŠKODA Fabia GreenLine a many environment-friendly ŠKODA with a required appetite plant, surpassed usually by a CNG-powered ŠKODA Citigo G-TEC (1).

The new ŠKODA Fabia’s weight will be adult to 65 kg reduce than hitherto (adjusted for equipment), with a 1.0 MPI 3 cylinder baseline indication weighing in dry (without driver) during usually 980 kg.

The third era of a Fabia underscores ŠKODA’s explain to celebrity when it comes to environment-friendly cars, embodying a company’s transparent joining that environment-conscious mobility contingency be affordable now and in a future, for a advantage of both business and a planet. ŠKODA’s GreenLine, Green tec and G-TEC models, that are accessible for a ŠKODA indication range, are cases in point.

 

1) Škoda Citigo 3-door indication 1.0 l G-TEC 50 kw (68 PS): fuel expenditure in
    kg/100 km: civic 3.6, additional civic 2.5, total 2.9, CO2 emissions total
    in g/km: 79; potency class: A+
    Škoda Citigo 5-door indication 1.0 l G-TEC 50 kw (68 PS): fuel expenditure in
    kg/100 km: civic 3.6, additional civic 2.5, total 2.9, CO2 emissions total
    in g/km: 79; potency class: A+