Skoda Fabia 1.2TSi – On Test

For decades, Skoda was a laughing stock, a purveyor of badly-built, ill-handling grot boxes. Things improved drastically during the Nineties under Volkswagen ownership, but the buying public’s perception didn’t really start to change until the Fabia supermini was launched in 2000.

The Fabia wasn’t just good for a Skoda, it was good full stop, tempting buyers away from ‘mainstream’ marques. 15 years later, Skoda seems to have become the default choice for middle-class Brits.

Now in its third generation, can the latest Fabia hold onto its position among the very best superminis?

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