Skoda's revised Fabia, Fabia Estate and Roomster will cost slightly more than the outgoing models when they go on sale in April - although they are still set to compete strongly on price.
The base Fabia will, equipped with a 1.2-litre 60bhp powerplant, will cost £9330. That's an increase of £200 over the current entry-level model, but it's cheaper than the VW Polo and Seat Ibiza, the car's VW Group stablemates.
The most appealing Fabia could well be the new 1.2 TSI model, which has 105bhp and can be ordered with a seven-speed dual-clutch DSG gearbox. With that mechanical spec it costs £12,725.
The best Fabias for CO2 emissions should be the new common-rail diesel models; the 1.6-litre unit produces either 90bhp or 105bhp, and emits 109g/km of CO2 in both states of tune. Oil-burner prices start at £11,840.
Skoda has yet to announce pricing for the hot Fabia vRS that was launched at the Geneva show.
The Fabia Estate will cost from £10,425, roughly the same as the outgoing car, and while some models will adopt a small increase - such as the 1.2 TSI DSG over the outgoing 1.6 Tiptronic - they will also offer a substantial saving in CO2 emissions.
Skoda has also confirmed pricing for the Roomster. It will cost from £11,260, a rise of around £300 on the outgoing car. The range-topping 1.6 TDI Scout will set you back £15,380, £160 more than the outgoing 1.9 TDI variant.