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New Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI S 5dr - £15995 @ Nationwide cars

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The Cheap Skoda Fabia Hatchback 1.0 MPI S 5dr sports a number of great features and technical specs.

This includes a fuel economy of 64.2 MPG combined and 101 g/km CO2 emissions from the 3 cylinder, 999 CC engine with a 5 speed gear box. This produces 65 BHP with a top speed of 106 MPH and a 0 to 62 time of 15.9 seconds.
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    This actually reminds me of a old 1.4 golf I owned for 15 years , no spec at all not even electric windows or cd, just a tape and fm radio. certainly no air con or auto stuff. BUT nothing really went wrong apart from usual wear and tear and I did 175,000 miles in it from new. It was pig slow but comfortable on the motorway and I could keep up with normal traffic on A roads. Sometimes people get hung up on spec and performance when a lot of people just want to arrive cheaply, safely and comfortably. That Golf cost me 10k new so over 15 years £666 per year, or about 2 months lease payments in todays world. Sometime you have to look at things differently.
    Lots of cars of that era were poverty spec and slow, acceleration wasn't such an issue. These days it's a lot different if you want to safely join a country road or motorway as everything is a lot faster.
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    This is an 8k car.
    Agreed totally crazy prices for cars new and old at present. No way is this car worth the asking price. Madness.
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    This is an mpi not tsi so could be a slow 0-60.

    That pic looks like a monte carlo edition.
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    That’s a lot of money for a slow, low spec small car.
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    Why even bother to post a deal for a car with a 0 to 62 time of 15.9 seconds. Once it's fully loaded it will be close to 20 seconds. Get some fresh air instead of posting constant deals nobody wants.
    Plenty of cars with 0-60 around 14 seconds have been sold, people bought them and drive them on the roads. 15.9 isn't much more than that
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    I take it 0-60 time of 15.9s is a typo in this day and age.

    Otherwise the top range sandero even in auto form is cheaper, better equipped and faster, though I guess there's people that think a skoda has better brand catchet than a dacia
    My wife has a 2010 Nissan Pixo 999cc with a more powerful engine & better 0-60 so what has happened in 12 years to development of the engine in this car ?
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    This thing will be dog slow as it’s the non turbo mpi. S trim is the bottom model as well isn’t it. I have a Skoda and a Renault. I have had the previous model Dacia Sandero as a courtesy car and the Skoda Fabia seems slightly better built then both Renault and Dacia but not to an extent where i’d pay more. The new Sandero looks nice though I think. (edited)
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    MPG won’t matter since you’ll be high-revving- pedal-to-the-floor most of the time trying to get this moving especially with a full car
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    It'll suit someone, but personally I have to feel comfortable getting up to speed in reasonable time and even my old Hyundai i20 will whip this thing. I actually really like the Fabias and looked at a similar power Monte Carlo before the i20 but it failed the the test when I went to overtake a slow car and simply couldn't, you'd drop a gear and all it did was make the engine louder.
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    Prices really are dropping. Who would have thought you would see a brand new Skoda at 15k? After crazy prices we saw in 2022
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    3 years ago I brought a new Fabia 1.2 for £11k.... Superb car and it's nippy too with it's 3 cylinder engine... With current car prices I won't be changing (or our 4 year old Karoq Scout) any time soon
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    Find an extra £2.5k and get the Yaris deal from a few days ago, if still available
    Is the Yaris a better car? (edited)