Skoda Fabia keeps it real
Minor tweaks suffice for 2019 model of the sensible supermini
Skoda has always ensured that its Fabia supermini is a no-nonsense mode of transport, so come the third generation’s midlife facelift, it’s a typically no-nonsense round of updates to match the car’s character.
The Czech company has done little to radically overhaul the B-segment hatchback, instead blessing it with new lamp clusters all round that now bear crystalline features (to remind buyers of its home country’s association with glass-making),...
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