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Skoda Fabia

Skoda Fabia

Overall Average Rating - 87.29%Position in the Top 100 cars - 24th

Ratings

Position in the Top 100 carsReliability: 28thBuild Quality: 44thRunning Costs: 5thPerformance: 19thBraking: 69thRide Quality: 32ndHandling: 51stPracticality: 42ndComfort: 53rdEase of Driving: 17th

Your Quotes

“I'm on my second Fabia, and this one is better than the first. In my experience, Skodas do all I want them to do as well as, or better than, many premium models.”

Mr Robert Moore - Hampshire

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“Best car I’ve ever owned> I would thoroughly recommend the vRS version an excellent all rounder”

Mr Thomas Madden - Lancs

“Best car I've owned. Great performance, decent comfort and average 47mpg”

Mr Paul Loughbrey - Clydebank

“An excellent car let down by a persistent coolant leak, and problems with the suspension and power steering.”

Mr Peter Edwards - Woking

“Second Fabia. This one even better than the first. More than satisfied. I'm afraid I have a reverse snobbery about the brand. It does all I want it to do as well or better than many so call premium brands!”

Mr Robert Moore - Southampton

“As my first car, it has been reliable and easy to drive. Apart from servicing and MoT, I have had no need to contact the dealer (it was bought from a Vauxhall dealer, not a Skoda dealer).”

Mr Adran Price - Wrexham

“Like it, good value and impressive performance. Let down by it's styling and ride/handling.”

Mr Peter Tune - Selby

Manufacturer Verdict (Position - 2nd)

It's time to celebrate at Skoda once again! Matching its success of last year, the Czech firm has bettered the performance of all of its rivals to take the silver medal in the manufacturer chart. You tell us Skoda dealers are a one-stop shop for anyone after the lowest running costs and most practical models in the UK. Forthcoming new cars, including the next Fabia, have a lot to live up to.

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