Skoda Fabia Estate Greenline II is the most ECO-friendly car, which goes on sale in the UK next week.

The second generation Greenline is powered by 3-cylinder turbocharged 1.2 TDI CR engine with 75bhp. It features DPF common rail (high-pressure direct injection) engine and returns an shocking 83.1 mpg (combined cycle) and produces CO2 emissions of only 89g/km, which means the Fabia Greenline II is exempt from road tax.

The new Fabia Estate costs only £13 740 and comes with £800 of extra standard equipment over the model which it replaces, including cruise control, ESP, stop-start function, tyre pressure monitor (TPM) and an alarm with tilt-sensor.

The vehicle features stop-start system, which significantly reduces the exhaust emissions as well as the fuel consumption. The engine restarts when the driver has engaged the clutch. The combined cycle of Skoda Fabia Estate Greenline II is 3l/100km or 1500km on a single tank of fuel (45 litre).

Furthermore, Fabia Greenline II uses the vehicles kinetic energy for battery recharging, a gear recommendation system, which helps the driver make optimum use of the engine's potential, a lowered and aerodynamically-covered chassis and low-rolling resistance tyre.

Fabia Greenline II will also be available in hatchback from October 2010.

The reasonable price and the incredible fuel consumption makes Skoda Fabia Estate Greenline II a very good choice. The car is not the most luxurious limo available on the market, but it grants satisfying comfort and enough load space for a long trips.