PARIS PREVIEW: Skoda to show second-generation GreenLine range
Thanks to the use of a range of design measures in the second-generation GreenLine versions, marked fuel savings and a significant reduction in CO2 emissions have been achieved. All GreenLine versions are based on the 1.6 TDI CR 105PS (Octavia, Yeti and Superb) and 1.2 TDI CR 75PS (Fabia and Roomster) engines, which are equipped with particle filters and are said to offer smooth, quiet running and dynamic handling.
The Fabia GreenLine and the Fabia Combi GreenLine have combined consumption of only 3.4L/100km, with CO2 emissions of 89g/km. The Roomster has a consumption of 4.2L/100km, said to be a record in its category, while CO2 emissions are 109g/km, also another benchmark for the class.
The Skoda Octavia GreenLine is supplied as a hatchback and a combi. The hatchback version has combined consumption of 3.8L/100km and CO2 emissions of 99g/km; the combi will travel 100km for 4.2L with CO2 emissions at 109g/km.
Skoda is also unveiling the new Yeti GreenLine, which proves that SUV models can be economical and environmental-friendly. Despite the larger front area, the GreenLine version offers combined consumption of only 4.6L/100km with 119g/km of CO2. Even with these low values, the Yeti GreenLine remains a very agile car. It accelerates from 0 to 100km/h in only 12.1 seconds and can reach a maximum speed of 176km/h.
GreenLine versions are also offered for the Superb and now the Superb Combi. Both versions have combined consumption of only 4.4 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres, with CO2 emissions of 114g/km.