Skoda Fabia to have Cheaper Variants, No plans to launch NSF Cars in India


Skoda Auto, part of the Volkswagen group is expected to change the market positioning of its premium hatch, Fabia by introducing its cheaper variants ahead of the launch of Volkswagen's Polo in India. The Czech car brand is expected to cut Fabia’s price by reducing some features in April when it will come out with a new Bharat Stage IV compliant engine.

Acc to the company -

“We will not reposition the entire range and we will introduce new models across the range. There is enough room for the Passat and the Jetta (VW models) and the Superb and the Laura (Skoda).”

However, Skoda said that it will not introduce the new small family (NSF) cars it is working on, in India, This is a category called A Zero Zero in Europe and refers to cars such as the Maruti 800.

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