The Skoda Fabia Greenline II Estate price for UK was announced, an the most environmentally friendly Skoda ever made will go an sale across Britain starting from next week.
Powering the Skoda Fabia Greenline II Estate is a 1.2-litre TDI CR engine with high-pressure direct
injection that outputs 75BHP, thanks to which average fuel consumption is 83.1 mpg (UK rating) with CO2 emissions of 89 grams per Km.
The Skoda Fabia Greenline II Estate can cover 932 miles on a single 45 litre fuel tank, and some of its standard features include cruise control, ESP, stop-start function and tyre pressure monitor.
The Skoda Fabia Greenline II Estate price starts at 13,740 GBP and the company says the hatchback version will become available starting from October.
Skoda press release :
The new Škoda Fabia Greenline II will become the most
environmentally-friendly car ever to wear the famous Škoda badge which
goes on sale on sale in the UK next week.
The second generation Greenline is powered by a new three-cylinder
turbocharged 1.2 TDI CR 75bhp DPF common rail (high-pressure direct
injection) engine which returns an impressive 83.1 mpg (combined cycle)
and produces exceptionally low CO2 emissions of only 89g/km,
which means the Fabia Greenline II is exempt from road tax.  
Priced at £13,740, the five door estate comes complete with £800 of
extra standard equipment over the model which it replaces, including
cruise control, ESP, stop-start function, tyre pressure monitor (TPM)
and an alarm with tilt-sensor.
One of the biggest technological changes to boost fuel efficiency and
reduce exhaust emissions is the introduction of the stop-start system. 
The system operates automatically, turning the engine off when the
driver stops the vehicle, engages neutral and releases the clutch.  The
engine restarts when the driver has engaged the clutch.  This system can
improve fuel consumption by up to 4.2 mpg on a combined cycle or 7.7mpg
in city traffic. On a single 45 litre tank of fuel, the Greenline II
delivers and impressive range of 932 miles (combined cycle), meaning
London to Prague is achievable without the need to refuel.
Other technologies introduced on the Greenline II which improve fuel
economy are energy recuperation; which uses the vehicles kinetic energy
for battery recharging, a gear recommendation system, which helps the
driver make optimum use of the engine’s potential, a lowered and
aerodynamically-covered chassis and low-rolling resistance tyre.
Fabia Greenline II will also be available in hatchback from October

Source: Skoda