26 November 2004

Three new models promise to augment Skoda’s Fabia and Octavia ranges when they arrive over the opening quarter of next year. The new Fabia Sport turns up first, in January, bringing with it a shot of the vRS’ hot hatch appeal for less. By March it will have been joined by an Octavia Sport (right) in a similar vein, and a generously-equipped luxo-derivative christened Octavia L&K (Laurin and Klement). The Octavia Estate will be also available by then, in both front- and four-wheel-drive form; the Octavia vRS will follow by the end of the year.

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