What oil do I need for my Skoda Fabia?

Engine Oil: Syner-G 5W-40 Fully synthetic, high performance 5W-40 oil, for petrol and diesel vehicles including those with fuel injected and multivalved engines.

How often should you change the oil in a Skoda Fabia?

Failing to Change the Oil The average oil change interval for a modern car is approximately 12,500km, and on older cars, it would be every 5,000km. If old motor oil is left in the engine for too long, it will break down into a sludge that settles at the bottom of the engine.

What engine is in the Skoda Fabia vRS?

1.4-litre TSI petrol engine
Like its supermini hot-hatch rivals, the Fabia vRS packs a lot of power in a compact frame. It uses the Volkswagen Group’s 1.4-litre TSI petrol engine, which produces 178bhp by combining a turbocharger and a supercharger.

Is the Skoda Fabia vRS reliable?

The Skoda Fabia vRS is a fun, reliable and practical hot hatch, that’s powered by a 178bhp 1.4 TSI. The first generation Skoda Fabia vRS was something of a hot hatch trendsetter when it was released with a powerful 1.9-litre TDI diesel engine.

Should you buy a Skoda Fabia VRS?

A great all-rounder with a clever engine, the second-generation Skoda Fabia vRS starts at just £5000. But beware of the pitfalls. The original Skoda Fabia vRS forged a new niche in the hot hatchback segment with its use of diesel power in 2003. The lusty, 1.9-litre turbodiesel delivered strong mid-range grunt and impressive fuel economy.

What are the specs of a Fabia VRS?

The Fabia vRS came generously specced as standard: air con, 17in alloy wheels and brilliant vRS branded sport seats all featured. Many left the factory with the optional contrasting roof (finished in white or black) and black wheels.

When did Skoda 34f7 change gear oil?

To prevent further cases, a service campaign, 34F7, starting in the spring of 2014 saw the synthetic-based oil used for gear lubrication swapped out for a mineral-based oil – a software update was instructed, too. Skoda dealers should be able to tell you whether the car you’re considering has undergone the service action.