New ŠKODA FABIA Gets 5 Stars in Euro NCAP Test

New ŠKODA FABIA Gets 5 Stars in Euro NCAP Test
New ŠKODA FABIA Gets 5 Stars in Euro NCAP Test
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The new ŠKODA FABIA proved to be one of the safest vehicles in its class by receiving 5 stars in the crash tests carried out by the independent testing organization Euro NCAP. The fourth generation FABIA stood out by meeting new criteria in more comprehensively evaluated crash and safety tests.

Demonstrating its success with an average of 78 percent of the maximum score, FABIA achieved remarkable degrees by getting 85 percent of the maximum score in adult occupant protection and 81 percent in child occupant protection.

The high rating achieved by FABIA continued ŠKODA's impressive performance since 2008. The manufacturer's 14 models released since that year managed to get 5 stars in the tests.

The new FABIA can be selected with up to nine airbags, and for the first time in the model, driver knee airbag and rear side airbags are offered as options. In addition, thanks to the ISOFIX and Top Tether connections in the vehicle, the child seat is securely attached.

The MQB-A80 platform, whose components are made of high-strength steel at the rate of 0%, not only provided FABIA with high torsion resistance, but also contributed to the integration of advanced assistance systems. These include Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keeping Assist, Front Brake Assist that detects pedestrians and cyclists, and Lane Change Assist. In addition, Park Assistant, Maneuvering Assistant and Rear View Camera, which make parking easier, can also be preferred.

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