The Skoda Fabia is a fine small car and incredible value for money if you choose carefullyread the full model review
With SE being such good value, it’s harder to make a case for SE L. Take the plunge, however, and you’ll be rewarded with climate control, larger alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, cruise control and keyless entry. However, none of these items is likely to significantly boost the car’s resale prospects, and SE L trim also pushes the Fabia's price closer to better rivals, such as the Seat Ibiza.
A little more power but this petrol engine still struggles in fast-moving traffic. While the claimed economy is an impressive 57.6mpg and it produces very low CO2 emissions, the 1.0 TSI 95 is more efficient still and better to drive.