From China Car Times.
Skoda, once the butt of all motoring jokes, has turned itself around since the VW takeover and has actually turned out some decent, reliable metal for motorists all over the world. Skoda recently re-arrived in China after a long absence with the Skoda Octavia via the SAIC-VW tie up. The Octavia was well received in China, as all new brands generally are but seeing as Skoda is currently a one car brand in China, the Fabia will only go to increase Skodas market share. The Fabia is based off of the VW Polo platform and will be going into the small car segment where competition can only be described as fierce, with competitors from both domestic and foreign markets. The Skoda Fabia is expected to sell in the 80 to 90,000rmb price range, which is double the QQ6.
The Skoda Fabia has been due to turn up in the PRC for a while, it seems the Fabia is pretty much ready for the market, and should be up for sale early next year.
Skoda have seen breakneck sales in the past year since it was launched, it often gets up into the top ten sales in the sedan segment.