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Skoda Fabia news — Final flicker for Skoda’s hot hatch - 2007

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Skoda is pulling the
curtain down on the Fabia vRS, but not before one final swansong.

The sporty Fabia is bowing
out with a limited edition called the Special Edition, a name that must have
taxed the marketing department no end.

There’s no extra oomph,
but the Special Edition does come with black leather seats with the car’s
individual number sewn in, metallic blue paint and red brake callipers.

There’s also cruise
control and a CD autochanger, and Skoda tells us this all adds up to £2,000 worth of extras.

The price of the Special
Edition is £12,990, or £615 more than a standard Fabia vRS.

If you fancy one, you’d
better get in quick to nab one of the 1,000 cars being made because it’s a
strict first come, first served basis before the new Fabia goes on sale in the
UK in May.

If you want a new shape
Fabia vRS, you’ll have to wait until mid-2008.

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