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New Skoda Fabia kitted out in police livery


The new Skoda Fabia has been seen in police livery for the first time at the NAPFM conference.

NAPFM is one of the largest emergency service fleet events in Europe and caters for police, fire and rescue and ambulance vehicles. 

Skoda has been recently reappointed as an approved Crown Commercial Services supplier. The new framework now includes ‘Lot 7’ emergency service vehicles.

Ten Fabia 1.4 TDI 90PS SE models were taken away from NAPFM this week by emergency services customers for extended three-month road tests.

Škoda Emergency Services technical sales manager, Steven Cowell, said: “The Fabia is a reliable, robust and affordable vehicle loaded with technology, therefore ideal for use in the emergency services. Simply put, it's the perfect combination of form and function. The size and versatility of the Fabia also lends itself well to inner city duty."

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