Skoda has taken the wraps off the Fabia Combi ScoutLine which will be available exclusively on the European market. It’s a more rugged looking version of the standard Fabia Combi, but doesn’t come with an all-wheel drive system and it also hasn’t received a jacked up suspension so the ride height has remained exactly the same. In other words, this is purely a cosmetic package for the subcompact wagon from Czech Republic that now has an off-road look thanks to the plastic elements painted in black and applied at the front and rear while the new underbody protection has a reflex-silver hue.
There’s more matte black lacquer plastic paneling on the door sills and wheel arches as well as a reflex-silver treatment for the side mirror caps while the roof rails have the same look. Skoda is adding 16-inch Rock and 17-inch Clubber alloy wheels for this Fabia Combi ScoutLine which can be had with a choice of three gasoline engines and three diesels. The first ones develop 75 PS, 90 PS and 110 PS whereas the diesel can produce 75 PS, 90 PS and 105 PS. All these TDI units are Euro 6 compliant which means these are not affected in any way by the illegal software installed on the older Euro 5 units.