The name Felicia was not utilized interestingly, reviving a nameplate initially utilized by Škoda as a part of the 1960s for a reach two-seater sports autos. They were extremely prevalent, with numerous still in operation today.
The Škoda Felicia’s line-up incorporated the old 1.3 L OHV Škoda units, now with Bosch Mono Motronic single-point fuel infusion (up until 1997), and Siemens multi-point fuel infusion with two force yields of 54 hp (40 kW) and 68 hp (50 kW). There was likewise two motors sourced from VW: a 75 hp (55 kW) 1.6 L petrol motor with Magneti Marelli multi-point fuel infusion and a 64 hp (47 kW) 1.9 diesel. A five-speed gearbox was at long last standard on all displays. The 1.6 L model served as a homologation premise for the Škoda Felicia Kit-Car utilized as a part of the World Rally Championship’s F2 class.
The Felicia Combi, to put it short, is similarly as the old Favorit could be extended. This 1998 auto is as of now a facelift one after the underlying Volkswagen-upgraded 1994 auto, so it’s made some amazing progress as of now – and since this is the long-base longroof, the Felicia holds the most.
The dashboard is a fascinating two-section undertaking: the base segment is still the old Favorit one, however the upper part was composed once again in the 1990s. It’s to improve things, and the Golf directing wheel makes it only a tad bit sturdier to see.
The gearlever is extremely dubious even at 127k kms, a long-toss issue that isn’t generally excessively wonderful, making it impossible to utilize. Furthermore, the round switch alongside the guiding wheel is the front lamp agent, not the light switch – that is the catch over the vent.
Truth be told, regardless of the possibility that it was sold as somewhat old woman auto, the inside wasn’t very spotless. The front seats would require a decent measure of various cleaning items to get the obscuring recoloring out, and the back seat wasn’t manufacturing plant new either.
Škoda Felicia Combi Sport Line 1998 Design Interior Exterior