Skoda Roomster vs Volkswagen Caddy


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Skoda Roomster


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Volkswagen Caddy



With the Skoda Fabia series, Skoda Auto has established a strong foundation for its five-car portfolio. The supermini's family roots are evident throughout. From the bold, elegant lines of its look look-and-feel down to its smallest part, the Fabia exemplifies Skoda's attention to detail via easy, clever solutions and innovation. And now, in spring 2010, the Skoda Fabia has been completely updated with a new face and an even greater emphasis on energy efficiency and convenience. The breadth of its technical innovations goes far beyond a mere facelift.

The Skoda Fabia Combi and Skoda Roomster also receive the bold new exterior inside and out as well as numerous technical changes under the skin. But while the looks might have changed, the characteristics of this multi-talented pair have not have not. With luggage capacity of 505 litres with its back seatings in place and 1485 litres with them flat, the Skoda Fabia Combi continues to offer the sort of boot room that exceeds what is normally provided in this class. Meanwhile the Skoda Roomster, with its extremely versatile Varioflex back bench system, continues to fulfil the requirements of families and active people alike. Its boot volume can be extended from a minimum of 480 litres to 1810 litres, making the Skoda Roomster a load-carrying champion.

The new Skoda Fabia RS also celebrates its premiere at the 2010 Geneva Motorshow and, for the first time, the sportiest Skoda Fabia is available as an estate. Its mix of a high performance 132 Kw (180 bhp) motor and low fuel consumption of just 6. 4 itres/100 km mark it out as a class leader.

With these variants of the Skoda Fabia series, Skoda Auto provides a model range in the small-car segment to meet almost each buyer need.
The Volkswagen Caddy is a light commercial vehicle produced by the Volkswagen Group since 1980. It is sold in Europe and in other markets around the world. The Volkswagen Caddy was first introduced into international markets in 1980 and later in 1982 in Europe. The following vehicles are related to the Volkswagen Caddy and are also manufactured by the Volkswagen Group.