The third generation of the Skoda Octavia is presented as a more efficient and with many new features across all fronts. In the mechanical stresses step forward in terms of efficiency, by offering a range of engines with levels of consumption and emissions up to 23 percent lower.
Four petrol engines
All petrol engines of the new Skoda Octavia incorporate improved technology known and TSI. In total, four thrusters to provide this type, all four cylinders and equipped with supercharging and direct injection. The offer starts on petrol with 86 hp 1.2 TSI, of the Czech brand announces a consumption of 5.2 l/100 km and a level of 119 g / km of CO2. Maximum torque for the 1.2 TSI declared is of 16.31 mkg between 1,400 and 3,500 rpm, while the gearbox type available in this engine is a five-speed manual. Continue reading
The Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo is based on competition variant of this model to create a build attractive, sportier look. A model that is much more than a ‘t’, we tested its mechanical variant of 105 hp turbodiesel. The Fabia is a utilitarian, inexpensive and a good chassis, but not too attractive. The Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo is responsible to solve that little problem, but adds another: its high price. Provides a more distinguished, although this variant of 105 hp 1.6 TDI forces you to pay 17,230 euros!
Despite being a small displacement turbo diesel, it is quite elastic. Stretches up to 5,000 rpm, although it does get there so explosive: we must let their four-cylinder sends its 250 Nm progressively (from only 1,500 rounds) to the front axle. The Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo is a car that deceives, it seems that is the typical model that boasts two-tone body stickers and then not give the callus dynamically. But that’s nothing. To test this I have not had the opportunity to commute to the legendary Col de Turini, which would have been just considering its trade name, but I have taken one of the stages of the Rally of the Community of Madrid (The Atazar). Continue reading