The modelRead full review
Despite being shorter and narrower than a Ford Focus, the Fabia Estate’s boot can hold more stuff than you can get in a Volvo XC60 SUV, while its 1.0 TSI 95 engine ensures running costs are kept to a minimum. So if you’re looking for an affordable small estate, then the Fabia should be at the top of your list – it really is all the car you’d ever need.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
SE L gets 16in alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, climate control, microsuede upholstery, keyless start/stop, cruise control and in-built sat-nav. However, SE Drive trim is so well equipped it effectively renders SE L redundant.
The engineSee full engine specs
The 1.0 TSI 95 is so good that it renders the more powerful 110 version redundant. There's plenty of pull from low revs and 0-60mph takes around 10 seconds.
Competitive in lots of areas but not outstanding
Stylish, practical and good value – a fine estate
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