Light car sales may be down an alarming 16 per cent this year, but they’re still big business. Here we pitch two of the better contenders against each other, one a new kid on the block and the other a well-established leader of the pack.
They are the newly launched Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo — a niche player known by relatively few — and the well-loved Mazda 2 Genki, consistently one of the top sellers in this class.
Why compare this pair? Because the market here is often driven by image, and the quirky Czech Skoda comes with something very important — a point of difference. But is this enough to tempt buyers away from the familiar Mazda?
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