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Used Skoda Fabia Stereo Face Plate Cover

All used Skoda Fabia Stereo Face Plate Cover listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices or used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for Skoda Fabia from premium breaker yards from across the UK.

About Stereo Face Plate Cover

The Fabia Skoda stereo face plate cover is a removable cover or front panel, on a stereo system, which can be detached from the head unit, for security purposes, enabling you to keep it out of view when the car is parked and not in use. This stylish and functional detachable front panel provides peace of mind and immediately removes any temptation from would be thieves, keeping your stereo system safe. Part of the car's stereo, the stereo face plate cover is the exterior panel that houses the exterior controls, display, opening mechanism etc.

The Fabia Skoda stereo face plate cover is found on the car stereo head unit, usually situated centrally and within easy reach, on the dashboard. The stereo is powered by the car's battery. As well as a radio, the stereo can also contain a CD player and/or tape cassette player. In addition to basic features, such as the open and close mechanism; play, stop, skip forward and skip back controls; volume control; a display providing information on the song title and artist; and song selection, stereos can have features such as remote control; skip prevention; bass and sound amplification/boost; CD changers; and bass and treble equalisers. Some stereo systems will play rewritable CD's as well as the usual non-rewritable CD's.
Stereo face plate covers come in a variety of designs, styles, finishes, shapes and materials with many different features, depending on the make and model of the vehicle. Choosing to fit the Fabia Skoda stereo face plate cover will ensure you get the perfect part for the make and model of your vehicle.

If the stereo face plate cover in your car has seen better days, is faulty due to electrical component failure or malfunctioning in some other way, it's important, when replacing this part, to choose a good quality product that will be compatible with the make and model of your car. The replacement stereo face plate cover should fit your car precisely, able to attach securely and properly in the car stereo head unit and match the contours of the dashboard, complementing the overall style and colour scheme of the car. Buying the Fabia Skoda stereo face plate cover will provide you with the ideal compatible part, completing the interior of your vehicle with a smart and stylish look.

Skoda Fabia trivia

  • A large number of the mechanical parts in a Skoda Fabia were designed and made by Volkswagen, but the Fabia still manages to be cheaper than most VWs.
  • In 2016, Skoda announced that they had found a first-generation Skoda Fabia Elegance with an incredible 1.125 million miles on the clock.
  • When famous actor Michael Douglas took his wife to a celebrity golf tournament in Wales, they pulled up in a Skoda Fabia that belonged to Catherine Zeta-Jones' mum. The Peep Show star, Robert Webb, has also been spotted driving around London in a Skoda Fabia.
  • In 2017, Skoda celebrated their best year in Motorsport by releasing a special version of the Skoda Fabia. It only had a 1,300 production run, but the Skoda Fabia R5 could hit a top speed of 126mph.
  • The Skoda Fabia VRS, released in 2003, was the first exclusively diesel hot hatch. That's right; there was no petrol version! It didn't hurt the brand either, and the VRS was called the Diesel Car of the Year in the Scottish Car of the Year awards.