The Skoda Fabia is a fine small car and incredible value for money if you choose carefullyread the full model review
This entry-level trim looks good value, with a 6.5in touchscreen, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, tyre pressure monitoring and Bluetooth all standard. However, it misses out on some kit most people would consider the norm these days, such as air conditioning, a DAB radio and alloy wheels, so we think it’s worth stepping up to SE.
Punchy, frugal and fairly smooth, this turbo petrol engine is happy zipping along in the city but can also manage longer motorway journeys in relative comfort. It’s the best engine in the Fabia range. A five-speed manual gearbox is the only transmission available.