Self Study Program 103 – SKODA Fabia III Vehicle Introduction Part I
Self Study Program 103 – ŠKODA Fabia III Vehicle Introduction Part I PDF. The official launch of series production of the new ŠKODA Fabia III model took place on 28 August, 2014, in the ŠKODA AUTO factory, Mladá Boleslav.
The new ŠKODA Fabia III is the third generation of a favourite model whose production began already in 1999.
Thanks to the uniform design line of the new vehicles from the Mladá Boleslav automobile factory, one can immediately see that the new Fabia III comes from the ŠKODA AUTO family.
The bonnet features four profiled mouldings. They are significantly curved in the front section of the new Fabia III. They proceed to its A columns and over the roof to the vehicle’s rear section. The further hereditary elements of the new ŠKODA cars, including the new Fabia III include the “clover-leaf” arrangement of their headlights and fog lights, as well as the radiator grill with its chrome frame. The automobile factory logo is placed in the bonnet’s front section.
THANKS TO ITS NEW DESIGN, THE ŠKODA Fabia III offers its fresh and dynamic appearance. The new vehicle’s ferocity is emphasized by its distinctive edge on the body sides. It connects the headlights with the rear lights. On the vehicle sides, there it highlights the robustness of the door lower section and strengthens the justified sense of safety inside the vehicle. The windows feature thin frames, which look
fresh and light when the door is open.
1.1 Vehicle Presentation
1.2 Design Lines of the ŠKODA AUTO FAMILY
2 Body Design and External Vehicle Elements
2.1 General View of the ŠKODA Fabia III Design
2.2 Exterior Vehicle Dimensions
2.3 B Column Plastic Cover
3 Vehicle Lighting System
3.2 Fog Lights with the Corner Function (Lights for Turning)
3.3 Rear Combination Lamp
3.3.1 Rear Combination Lamp Design
4. Vehicle Interior
4.1 Interior of ŠKODA Fabia III
4.2 Storage Compartments Concept in the Vehicle Interior
4.2.1 Detailed View of the Storage Components in the Vehicle Interior
4.3 Luggage Compartment
4.4 Smart Solutions
4.5 Vehicle Inner Dimensions
5.1 Bonnet Hinges Locations
5.2 Body Shell
5.3 Progressively Deformable Front End of the Vehicle
6.1 Front and Rear Axles
6.2 Front McPherson Axle
6.3 Rear Trail Axle
7 Brake System
7.1 Control Unit of the Brake and Stabilization Systems
7.2 Location of the Control Unit of the Brake and Stabilization Systems
7.3 Description of the Selected Functions of the ESC Control Unit – BOSCH 9.0
7.3.1 XDS Plus – Extended Electronically Controlled Differential Locking
7.3.2 HBV – Braking Effect Hydraulic Boosting
7.3.3 RBS – Brake Disc Drying
7.4.1 Installed Brakes Specification
7.4.2 Overview of Installed Brakes Based on Engine Type
8 Wheels and Rims
8.1 Steel Wheels with Full Covers
8.2 Light Alloy Wheels
8.3 Table of Tire and Rim Combinations
9.1 ŠKODA Fabia III with MOB and MDB Engines
9.2 Table of Installed Engines
9.3 Parameters of the 1.0 l MPI 44 kW and 55 kW Engines
9.3.1 Performance and Torque Characteristics of the 1.0 l MPI 44 kW and 55 kW Engines
9.4 Parameters of the 1.2 l TSI 66 kW and 81 kW Engines
9.4.1 Performance and Torque Characteristics of the 1.2 l TSI 66 kW and 81 kW Engines
9.5 Parameters of the 1.4 l TDI 66 kW and 77 kW Engines
9.5.1 Performance and Torque Characteristics of the 1.4 l TDI 66 kW and 77 kW Engines
10.1 Overview of Gearboxes, Gear Ratio Tables
10.2 Engine and Gearbox Combinations
10.3 Gearbox Characteristics
10.3.1 Five-Speed Mechanical Gearbox 0CF (MQ100-5F)
10.3.2 Five-Speed Mechanical Gearboxes 02T (MQ200-5F) and 02R (MQ250-5F)
10.3.3 Six-Speed Mechanical Gearbox 02U (MQ200-6F)
10.3.4 Automatic Gearbox 0AM (DQ200-7F)
Instructions for assembly, disassembly, repairs, diagnosis and detailed user
information can be found in VAS diagnostic testers and vehicle’s onboard literature.
Editorial closing date: 9/2014.
This SSP is not subject to updating.