Skoda Fabia Tyre Pressure

Skoda Fabia Tyre Pressure Chart

Checkout the table below for Skoda Fabia tyre pressures. These tyre pressures are only a guideline, check the car’s manual for the recommended tyre pressures.

ModelYearTyre SizeFront Tyre
Rear Tyre
Fabia1999-2007165/70 R1430 PSI30 PSI
Fabia1999-2007185/60 R1530 PSI30 PSI
Fabia1999-2007195/50 R1530 PSI30 PSI
Fabia 22007-2014165/70 R1430 PSI31 PSI
Fabia 22007-2014185/60 R1430 PSI31 PSI
Fabia 22007-2014205/45 R1429 PSI30 PSI
Fabia 32014-185/60 R1530 PSI30 PSI
Fabia 32014-215/45 R1630 PSI30 PSI
Fabia 32014-215/40 R1732 PSI32 PSI

We have used PSI as a measurement in our table, you can convert to either Bar or KPA pressure using our conversion table.

In terms of the tyre pressure for a Fabia it seems that the minimum pressure is 30 psi for the front wheels and 30 psi for the rear wheels. This will be the cold tyre pressure.

You can use a suitable pressure gauge to measure your tyre pressure to make sure it meets the manufacturers recommended levels. We have written an guide on the best tyre pressure gauges in case your interested in getting a tyre pressure gauge.

About the Skoda Fabia

The Skoda Fabia is one of the most popular car models in the car market. Produced by Skoda, the Skoda Fabia model was first introduced in 1999 as a successor of the Skoda Felicia, the production of which was halted in 2001.

There have been three generations of the Skoda Fabia since its launch. The first generation of Skoda Fabia cars begun in 1999. Initially, the car model launched in three different versions: hatchback, estate (also called the Skoda Fabia Combi) and saloon (Fabia Sedan). The Fabia model quickly became a popular figure within the car industry, as it combined the precision and the proverbial reliability of the Volkswagen’s car parts with the safety and the good looks of the Skoda Fabia.

The second generation of the model was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2007 and then sold from April 2007. The Skoda Fabia model received a significant facelift to get the car’s looks up to date and also some minor changes to the interior and the mechanical parts. The second generation launched with two versions of the Skoda Fabia, the hatchback version and the sedan version (Fabia Combi). The hatchback version came in four different body styles: classic, ambiente, sport, and elegance. Initially, some of the mechanical parts were provided by Audi, while some of them were carried over from the previous generation. The Skoda Fabia second generation petrol cars had 1.2-liter, 1.4-liter, and 1.6-liter versions. This second generation then received another facelift in 2010, changing the appearance of both the hatchback and the sedan version.

In 2014, however, launched the third generation of the Skoda Fabia. Initially presented at the Paris Motor Show in October 2014, the production of the third generation actually launched in August of the same year. The production takes place in the Czech Republic in the town called Mlada Boleslav, as well as in Algeria. The production of the sedan version began later, in December of the same year. Like the previous generation, the third generation features the hatchback and the sedan versions. This generation of the Skoda Fabia underwent significant changes in both the appearance and the technical part of it. The body was modeled more closely after the first generation, becoming a bit wider and lower than the second generation. But arguably the biggest improvements when it comes to the third generation was in the safety and the engine departments. It is considered as one of the safest
car models out there. The engine borrowed a lot from the Volkswagen Polo Mk5, which is one of the best engines.

Nowadays, the Skoda Fabia is one of the most popular cars out there. It is considered a reliable, long-lasting and well-made car which is also very affordable. Some of the direct rivals of the Skoda Fabia are the Opel Astra, the Ford Focus and Fiesta models, and of course the Volkswagen Polo and Golf (which is arguably the most popular car in this category). All in all, the Skoda Fabia is a reliable and safe car that is very popular.

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