Skoda reveals second-generation Greenline models
10 May 2010
Skoda has revealed its Fabia Combi Greenline II and Roomster Greenline II models with new technology which further reduces fuel consumption and CO2 emissions levels.
Innovations include a new engine (1.2 TDI CR DPF/75bhp DPF) with common rail (high-pressure direct injection), start-stop technology, energy recuperation and gear recommendation.
One of the biggest technological changes in the second-generation GreenLine version is a new three-cylinder supercharged engine (1.2 TDI CR DPF/55 kW) with consumption 83.1 mpg and CO2 emissions of 89 g/km for the Fabia Estate GreenLine II and 67.3 and 109 g/km for the Roomster GreenLine II.
Gear ratios of the car's five-speed transmission are identical to those of the ordinary Fabia and Roomster models fitted with the same engine. As a result, the GreenLine II offers the same responsiveness yet with lower consumption.
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