Available in three petrol and three diesel engine choices.
The third generation Skoda Fabia Combi (Skoda Fabia Estate) that went on sale in Europe in January last year saw introduction of its rugged, adventure-styled ScoutLine variant in October last year. Announced for early 2016 market launch, the Skoda Fabia Combi ScoutLine is now being showcased at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. It's the second variant of the Fabia Combi/Fabia Estate after the Monte Carlo variant.
On the outside, the Skoda Fabia Combi ScoutLine (Skoda Fabia Estate ScoutLine) features unique plastic elements on the front and rear bumpers finished in matte-black, integrated underride protection finished in reflex-silver, plastic cladding for the doorsills and wheel arches, reflex-silver door mirror housings and silver-painted roof rails. That said, modifications are mainly about styling, less about off-roading.
The Skoda Fabia Combi ScoutLine can be had with 16-inch alloy wheels in 'Rock' design or 17-inch alloy wheels in 'Clubber' design. The exterior colour choices are same as that of the regular Skoda Fabia.
Three petrol units (55 kW/74 hp, 66 kW/89 hp and 81 kW/109 hp) and three diesel units (55 kW/74 hp, 66 kW/89 hp and 77 kW/103 hp) round up the engine choices. All six engines comply with Euro 6 emissions standard.