Skoda produced one and a half million second-generation Fabia

Posted on Tuesday, 1 October 2013 , 04:10:24 byIulia

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Skoda produced one and a half million second-generation Fabia

Skoda carmaker has been working really hard in the last few months and now has managed to build their 1.500.000th second-generation Fabia. This is a model that receives power from a 1.2-liter TDI unit. The production process takes place at the main plant of the company located in the Czech Republic, Mlada Boleslav. As you probably know, the second-generation of the Skoda Fabia was launched in 2007 and ever since, the specialists have released four versions and several special models in order to keep the customers on the edge. Actually, the B-segment model can be found, as you probably know, as an estate model, hatchback, but also as a rugged Scout version and sporty RS. In case you are worried about fuel consumption, the most economical model of the range is the Fabia GreenLine that has a fuel consumption of approximately 3.4 liters of diesel per 100 km. The CO2 emission level reaches 88 g per km. For the ones interested in the brand, the specialists have released the Fabia Monte Carlo and also the Fabia Combi Monte Carlo which is quite a hit in the history of the company. We had the opportunity to see the first generation of the Skoda Fabia back in 1999 and over 8 years, 1.788.063 units have been produced. Between 1999 and August 2013, the company sold 3.253.817 units overall, which makes it the second best selling model of the brand after the Octavia that managed to sell 3.984.821 units. The ones interested in owning one of these models should know that the carmaker planned to send the 3rd generation Fabia for sale sometime in 2014.