Parking the FABIA Combi is easy due to its excellent manoeuvrability. What is more, you can be assisted by optional parking sensors (standard on Style Trim) integrated in the rear and front bumper, which check the car’s distance from any obstacles.
The central Maxi DOT display keeps the driver informed of various trip computer functions, the outside temperature, the current time and the distance travelled (daily, since refuelling, and total). It also displays information from assistant systems, the car audio or a Bluetooth-connected phone.
The “CAR” menu in the Swing, Bolero and Amundsen infotainment systems allows driver to adjust certain settings in the FABIA COMBI, e.g. the assistants, lighting or parking sensors.
The Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) maintains a safe distance to the vehicle ahead at a selected speed, controlling the engine and actuating the brakes to automatically accelerate or decelerate as needed. The system combines a cruise control system with a radar-based distance controller.
The FABIA COMBI can be fitted with an optional rain sensor in the base of the interior rearview mirror to automatically activate and control the speed of the wipers. The light sensor activates the car’s lights automatically when the light fades.
Open or close the door, start or stop the engine, all without having to search for your key? That is the comfort provided by the optional KESSY system (standard on style spec). Simply pull the door handle and the vehicle will unlock automatically. Start the car by pushing the button located to the right of the steering column.
The optional Climatronic air conditioning lets you enjoy the comfort of an automatically maintained temperature in the car.
The optional Hill-Hold Control (HHC) allows for easy hill starts without the risk of unwanted backward roll or the need to use the handbrake. When you release the brake pedal after stopping on a hill, the HHC keeps the pressure in the brake system for 1 or 2 seconds, enough time for you to set off.