Skoda's new Fabia supermini will cost from just under £8000 when it goes on sale next month.
Skoda has streamlined its specification levels, too, ditching Classic, Ambiente and Elegance trim and Sport for Fabia 1, 2 and 3.
The 1.2-litre Fabia 1 model costs £7990, an increase of £420 on the outgoing 1.2-litre Classic. The 105bhp 1.9-litre TDI Fabia 3 will cost £13,015, £1120 more than the 1.9-litre TDI Elegance model.
1.2 60bhp 1 £7990
1.2 70bhp 1 £8720
1.2 70bhp 2 £9720
1.4 2 £10,295
1.4 3 £11,455
1.6 2 £10,795
1.6 3 £11,955
1.4 TDI 70bhp 1 £9825
1.4 TDI 80bhp 1 £10,175
1.4 TDI 80bhp 2 £11,175
1.4 TDI 80bhp 3 £12,336
1.9 TDI 2 £11,855
1.9 TDI 3 £13,015
This trim misses out on air-conditioning and alloy wheels, getting basics such as electric front windows, a height-adjustable driver's seat and a steering wheel that adjusts for rake and reach.
For £1000 more than 1 models, you'll get a trip computer, air-conditioning, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, an alarm and alloy wheels.
Pay £1160 more than a 2 model and you get a front armrest, climate control, cruise control, bigger alloy wheels, leather trim on the steering wheel and gearknob, and rear parking sensors.
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