Skoda’s Scoutline range will see addition of a new entrant based on the Fabia Combi in early 2016. The all-new Fabia Combi went on sale in Europe in January 2015.
The Scoutline variant receives a rugged off-road look. Plastic elements seen at the front and rear are finished in structured matt-black, while the plastic panelling for the door sills and wheel arches is painted with matt-black lacquer. Reflex-silver colour has been used at several places on the body such as underride protection, side mirrors, roof rails and rear skid plate. 16-inch ‘Rock’ and 17-inch ‘Clubber’ are the alloy wheel choices. The Scoutline variant will be available with the entire range of colours currently offered on the regular Fabia Combi.
Engine options for the Fabia Combi Scoutline include three petrol units with outputs rated 55 kW (75 PS/74 hp), 66 kW (90 PS/89 hp) and 81 kW (110 PS/109 hp), and three diesel units with outputs rated 55 kW (75 PS/74 hp), 66 kW (90 PS/89 hp) and 77 kW (105 PS/103 hp). All units are Euro 6-compliant.
The Czech automaker says that the Combi Scoutline has the largest boot in its segment and high functionality with 17 practical ‘Simply Clever’ solutions. The Fabia has been doing well in Europe this year with more than 1,24,400 units delivered in the first nine months. This represents an increase of 20% over the same period last year.