Deliveries start in September.
The supermini comes with a new petrol engine range, with all being three-cylinder engines as opposed to the outgoing four-pots. There are a pair of MPI engines, both featuring indirect injection and power outputs of 60bhp and 74bhp. The other two engines in the range are turbocharged TSI engines that also come with a petrol particulate filter. Power outputs for those are 94bhp and 108bhp. While manual gearboxes are standard across the range, the most powerful TSI engine can be specified with a seven-speed DSG gearbox.
Like the current model, the new Fabia features a whole host of standard equipment. Now there's new LED running lights, standard front assist, and a multi-function trip computer which is also standard across the range for the first time. If you opt for the SE model you also get fog lamps, 15-inch Cygnus alloy wheels, Radio Swing Plus and auto up/down function for the electric windows. The colour edition comes with 16-inch Vigo alloy wheels in white, silver or black.
The SE L adds Amundsen satellite navigation, Infotainment online (for one year), lighting in the front centre console and 16-inch Evora alloy wheels, while the popular Monte Carlo edition comes with climate control air conditioning, LED rear lights, rear electric windows and new seat upholstery as well as the usual black exterior styling enhancements.
There are more optional extras available, too, including LED headlights, 18-inch Vega alloy wheels, and Blind spot detection and rear traffic alert which monitors surrounding traffic and warns of a possible impending collision.
On top of the engines and all of the toys, the Fabia has also received a subtle styling refresh.
Order books are already open for the facelifted Fabia, with prices starting at at £11,160. Deliveries are set to commence in September.