Skoda's confusing Fabia BlueLineSpecial edition Skoda Fabia is blue, not green
17 October 2008
In a move that may have the unfortunate side effect of baffling consumers, Skoda has introduced a limited edition Fabia ‘BlueLine’.
Confusingly, the ‘BlueLine’ moniker skirts close to Skoda’s own GreenLine and Volkswagen’s BlueMotion eco models. However, the Fabia BlueLine has no such pretensions and is simply a special edition Fabia that happens to have Pacific Blue paint.
It also has a white roof. And 15-inch alloy wheels, lower suspension, climate control, an upholstery upgrade, and extra storage solutions, including boxes under the front seats. All this extra equipment is over and above the Fabia 2 model it is based on.
£750 for £160
Bought alone, the added kit would add up to £750 in options. But buyers of the BlueLine will have to fork out just £160 more than the regular Fabia 2 model.
The Fabia BlueLine is on sale now, and is available with a 1.2-litre petrol engine for £9,999, or a 1.4-litre diesel engine for £11,450. Production is limited to 500 cars.
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