The first series was the Type which was a 1. These two models had little commercial success and were discontinued after only examples had been built.
The second series is the Type  range of supermini cars that was made from to Probably the worst aspects of this dispute is that a four-door saloon was fully designed, but was never Skoda favorit 1987 to go into production. It is perhaps comparable to the Volkswagen Polo fuel injected versions share the Bosch Mono- Motronic 1. Parts are very universal with other Eastern European cars.
Its general design and mechanical functionality is very practical, especially in comparison to a Western car which requires expensive parts, or maintenance for simple knobs, buttons or other simple mechanical and rudimentary apparatus. Some 50, examples of the Favorit were sold in the UK from toalthough just were still on the road by Decemberand they were disappearing fast. This was known as the Favorit Estate in the UK Skoda favorit 1987 its launch in Junetwo years after British buyers were first able to buy Skoda favorit 1987 hatchback.
The name originates from the Czech word "forman", which in English is "wagoneer", or Skoda favorit 1987 who transports goods by wagon. This included new fuel injected catalytic converter versions, marketed as the Li, GLi and the GLXi models were introduced.
At the same time many cosmetic improvements were made to the Favorit, such as improved door hinges, Volkswagen seats and interiors, dashboards and instrumentation. Quality control improvements were also implemented, along with safety features such as strengthened beams in the doors, and a redesigned front.
Duringanother range of modernisations took place, which included mechanical and electrical upgrades to the engine, a facelift of the bodywork, and bigger bumpers. For more luggage, the back seat could be removed completely.
Special versions were made in limited numbers. The car is recognisable from the all-black paint, and the factory 13" Ronal F-Series alloy wheels.
These packages were available with both hatchback and estate body styles. The other special versions came with either carburetted or fuel-injected engines. It originally used either a Pierburg 2E-E Ecotronic single-barrel carburettoror a Pierburg Ecotronic dual-barrel carburettor.
This engine had its combustion chambers redesigned by Ricardo Consulting Engineers in the UK, while German car maker Porsche helped engineer the engine mountings. Throughout its timescale in the Favorit, the engine was progressively upgraded with various iterations of emissions control systems, including two different types of catalytic converterand Skoda favorit 1987 utilised improved fuelling and engine control by way of Bosch Mono- Motronic single-point fuel injection.
These changes had minor effects on the rated power 50kW and torque outputs. The engine requires the cam chain changed every 60, km, but it can last overkm cases of engines Skoda favorit 1987km without the change of cam chain are known, although with serious degradation of performance, respectively.
The chain is relatively short, but has no tensioner. The only transmission available was a five-speed manual gearboxwhich was of a transaxle design, and contained the differential and final drive units.