New eco Fabia will return 83mpg 10 May 2010 by Parkers 83mpg Fabia Combi and 67mpg Roomster launched Both models feature new, frugal 1.2-litre TDi engine Green technology includes start/stop and energy recuperation Skoda has unveiled the Fabia Combi GreenLine II and Roomster GreenLine II, in a bid to boost its eco-friendly line-up. The models use the second generation of the GreenLine range and come with start/stop, energy recuperation and gear recommendation technology. Customers receive the choice of a leaner and greener engine. The 1.2-litre TDI with 75bhp has an average consumption of 83mpg and has a CO2 output of 89g/km on the Fabia Estate GreenLine II, while on the Roomster GreenLine II it averages 67mpg and has a CO2 output of 109g/km. Other technologies introduced on the GreenLine II models to improve economy and reduce emissions include, a lowered and aerodynamically-covered chassis and low rolling resistance tyres. Prices for the Skoda Fabia GreenLine II and the Roomster GreenLine II are to be confirmed.