Skoda Fabia Combi Gets Off-Road Look With New ScoutLine Variant

Skoda is expanding its ScoutLine range with a new model based on the Fabia Combi

Expected to arrive in European dealerships in early 2016, the Fabia Combi ScoutLine sports a rugged look thanks to the raised ground clearance, plastic cladding on the bumpers and new alloy wheels.

The model also features integrated under ride protection elements finished in reflex-silver and plastic paneling painted with matt-black lacquer for the door sills and wheel arches. Other distinctive design details include the standard fog lights, exterior mirror housings finished in reflex-silver and silver-painted roof rails.

The Fabia Combi ScoutLine offers a choice of 16-inch alloy wheels in “Rock” design or 17-inch alloy wheels in “Clubber” design. The new model can be ordered in the entire range of colors available for regular Fabia Combi models, with a choice of three gasoline and three diesel engines.

The petrol engines offer outputs of 75PS, 90PS and 110PS, while the diesels are offered with 75PS, 90PS and 105PS variants. All engines comply with the EU-6 emissions standard.

The Skoda Fabia Combi ScoutLine is the latest addition to the Fabia family, following the Fabia hatchback (launched in November 2014), Fabia Combi (January 2015) and Monte Carlo versions of both body styles, launched later in 2015.