With the original launched back in 2000, the Skoda Fabia has been a genuine competitor in the supermini sector. Unlike the more established Ford Fiesta and Vauxhall Corsa rivals, however, the Fabia is also available as a practical Estate.
Which model and spec is the one to pick though? Especially as a company car?
You’ve got five trim levels, 14 colours, seven engines and manual and automatic gearboxes to whittle it down from, so it’s safe to say there’s a wide mix of models available.
Head on over to the link below to find out which Skoda Fabia engine is the best for company car drivers. We also look into whether the automatic or manual gearbox is best and why you should consider the estate (hint: boot space climbs from 330 litres to 530 litres of space with the rear seats up).
Is there a particular Skoda Fabia I should get?
Standard equipment is generous on all models, with five kit levels to choose from: S, SE, SE L, Monte Carlo and a special Colour Edition. Unfortunately there’s no vRS version this time.
All come with electric front windows, a tyre-pressure monitoring system, DAB radio with Bluetooth connectivity, a USB and SD card slot, stop/start system, six airbags and two Isofix points.
We delve into the options list and decipher which ones are worth going for, plus there’s the verdict on the definitive model.