For Innovative boot/hatch arrangement, cavernous cabin and executive build quality, but all for family-car money.
Against The looks are questionable, and the car is almost too big.
With the Skoda Superb you get executive car space for passengers and quality at family-car prices. It's no beauty, though.
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Skoda’s Superb serves up a super-size portion of practicality and safety.
Entry-level S trim provides all a family could reasonably ask for, while SE, SE Plus, Elegance and Laurin & Klement trims provide yet further equipment.
Running costs for most versions should be favourable, because fuel economy and CO2 figures are competitive, especially for the 1.6-litre diesel models. The Greenline II model unquestionably makes the most sense for company car drivers.
While the 3.6 V6 4x4 is fun to drive, it’s very expensive, its running costs are high and it isn’t going to be in great demand second-hand. That makes it something of a rarity, for these days Skoda builds cars that are desirable to both new and used buyers, and the Superb proves no exception.
After 1 Octavia Hatchback and 5 Octavia Estates the only choice was a SKODA. The offer at the time on the Superb swayed me. No suitable offer on the…
I went into the Skoda agent to look at the Yeti. The salesman asked what I wanted from a car, and I said "diesel, automatic, 4x4, good…
My review is about the car.... or is it? At the minute I am not sure if my lack of satisfaction is the car OR Main Skoda Dealer. It will be 2 yrs…
Fantastic car! Huge room all-round. Comfy. Full of kit blah blah. Bought the estate (much prettier that the saloon/hatch) for not too much money,…
This model displays all the virtues of the Superb range offering plenty of space, practicality and equipment. It’s keenly priced and cheap to run, but the 1.4-litre engine may not be strong enough for everyone.