For The Superb has a hugely spacious, high-quality interior. It’s also competitively priced, well equipped and offers a wide range of economical, tax-efficient engines.
Against Its suspension struggles to stay settled on battered UK roads and other family cars are more fun to drive.
What Car? says
The Skoda Superb is bigger than most large executive cars, yet is cheaper than many family cars. It’s also generously equipped, has a classy cabin and should be painless to own, so is an excellent choice.
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There are 21 Skoda Superb versions available
Target Price team says:
None of the Superb’s engines feel short of power, but of all the choices we’d go for the 148bhp 2.0-litre diesel. It’s certainly strong enough to move the Superb at a decent pace if needed, but doesn’t cost the earth to run either privately or through work. We’d stick with the slick manual gearbox, although the automatic is a good choice should you need it.
Similarly, none of the Superb’s trim levels is poorly equipped. Our favourite is SE spec for private buyers and SE Business for company car drivers; these come with dual-zone climate control and a larger touchscreen system than entry-level versions, plus parking sensors that’ll help make manoeuvring the Superb’s sizeable body that bit easier.