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2015 Skoda Fabia replacement entices discounts

There is an all-new Skoda Fabia coming in 2015 and as such the replacement model has enticed Skoda to offer some competitive discount for the current model. We cannot be certain what all these deals are, as they vary from dealer to dealer.

The best way to check out the new Skoda Fabia deals is to compare them via Carwow’s trusted Skoda dealers. However, before doing so you need to make a few selections first, such as if you want either petrol or diesel, and manual or automatic transmission.

2015 Skoda Fabia replacement entices discounts

Next you have to make your 2015 Skoda Fabia engine choice, with several options being available in petrol or diesel. You then have trim options, and only then will you be able to compare the Skoda Fabia offers.

We already know that the current Fabia is selling extremely well for Skoda, even though its looks are a little dated and its interior is uninspiring. The new version is more funky and will appeal to a wider audience, or more so a more youthful audience.

Ok, so we know that sales are not as impressive as the likes of the Peugeot 208, but then this company does have a larger marketshare than Skoda. However, there is no denying that Skoda has made huge inroads in terms of increased popularity over the past few years.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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