Skoda Fabia – Great car, poor sales – Why?

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He’s a thought.
You are looking to looking to buy a small passenger vehicle. Not quite a micro but smaller than a Corolla.
There are 15 models on the market in Australia in the under $25,000 price bracket.
Based on the 12 month figures of 2015 you could go for the top selling Mazda 2 or Toyota Yaris.
Interestingly the Suzuki Swift and the Hyundai Accent were tied for third place although the Hyundai is in the ascendency now that they are not selling their other car in this class the i20 which we talked about in this program with Brent.
You could go for one of the next best sellers, all solid performers, in the Honda Jazz, Volkswagen Polo or Kia Rio.
In 11th place is the stylish Renault Clio and in 14th place is the environmentally friendly Toyota Pruis C.
But in last place is, arguably one of the picks of the whole class – the Skoda Fabia.
Prices start at $16,000 plus on roads.
David Brown and Errol Smith have been driving the spacious station wagon and they give their thoughts on how many Fabias Skoda should sell.

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