the only good model in the fabia range is the 1.6 mpi....the diesel is too pricey as is the diesel hyundai i 20...if you want a diesel go for a swift or figo or even an etios..i have used almost all these cars because i live in a very big joint family...i dont like i 20 in particular..it has transmission and suspension problems and it ages badly...
sudipto majumdar on Saturday, June 23, 2012 11:42:52 AM
The i20 is a larger car and has a bigger engine, on the other side the Fabia is a much better built car and has better ride and comfort quality.
If your car were parked correctly then it will need lesser effort but if you parked without taking precautions than it needs a loads of efforts. First if you haven't disconnected the battery, your battery will be discharged for sure, it might also harm electricals of the car. We will also suggest you to check the wirings, that it is not damaged and cut. If you haven't put it on jack stand, the tyres are now useless, you will need to replace all four tyres. The engine oil need to be changed even before you fire the engine, as the older engine oil might have bigger particles at bottom, which can damage the engine. Apart from this a general servicing, new coolant, brake shoes, brake and transmission fluid and general servicing will make your car road ready again.