|Average consumption (l./100 km)||6|
The Fabia Combi is good to drive; it’s nippy and agile around town. On the move car feels like its hatchback cousin. That means it responds rapidly to your inputs, sharply turning into corners and benefiting from plenty of grip. While there’s some body roll, the suspension does a good job of controlling any wayward movement.
Although the Fabia was never intended to be a sports car, there’s plenty of grip available if you do push on. Body roll remains well contained, and if you go for one of the turbocharged petrol engines, there’s a decent amount of punch, too. As with many VW Group cars, the steering is well weighted, if a little lacking in fun, but the Skoda certainly doesn’t feel unwieldy.
|1 day||2-3 days||4-7 days||8-15 days||weekend||month|
|It is possible to rent
without a deposit!
to the hotel!
|Car delivery to
|Audioguide and books
in each car
|Cross boarding||Toll roads in the Czech Republic||Second driver||Car wash|
I've rented new Skoda Octavia for the trip to Germany and was really surprised by the high level of service in Carlove. Usually I use global rental companies, but decided to try a local company and was not disappointed! They delivered a car to my hotel, what was a huge time saving for me. The car was clean and good looking, manager spoke fluent English and even advised me some places to visit.
This summer we have made a month trip through the Italian and French coast, we needed reliable, big, fast but fuel-saving car, so that Carlove has offered us Hyundai i40 with thule roof box for the special price, due to the long-term rental. The trip was amazing and the car was perfect, new and well equipped. We didn't have any problems with it. So if we come to Prague again, I'll rent a car only in Carlove!
That was awesome! I'm in love with Prague!