Deal of the Day: Skoda Superb Estate

  • Skoda Superb Estate 1.6 TDI 105 S Greenline
  • Save more than 3800
  • Spacious and fuel efficient
Words ByDoug Revolta

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Skoda have recently revealed the 2015 Skoda Superb, with the final version set to be revealed in February 2015 ahead of an autumn sale date.

While there's no word yet of a new Superb Estate, the current version is an accomplished cruiser with a spacipus cabin, and we've found a deal that knocks more than Β£3800 off its list price.

The car Skoda Superb Estate 1.6 TDI 105 S Greenline
The saving Β£3844.80
The discounted price Β£17480.20
The broker


There’s a cavernous amount of space in the Superb estate, with plenty of room for passengers and luggage.

The fuel-efficient 1.6-litre diesel engine has a claimed fuel economy of 65.7mpg and offers enough power to lug around a loaded-up Superb, and it costs Β£30 to tax for the year.

The ride is smooth and settled on the motorway; wind and road noise is very limited in the cabin, too, and the diesel engine is pleasingly refined.

The interior oozes quality throughout with plenty of classy-feeling, soft-touch plastics on the clutter-free dashboard.


The roomy Superb is a great load-lugger, but it’s a shame that the rear seats don’t fold flat as they leave a stepped load bay.

Should I add any options?

Entry-level S trim covers all the basics with alloys, air-con, four powered windows, remote locking and CD player with an MP3 socket.

A number of optional extras are available. Rear parking sensors can be added for Β£340, a six-CD autochanger in the boot can also be added at a cost of Β£355.

What next?

Head to then select β€˜Skoda’ and β€˜Superb diesel hatchback’ from the drop-down menus to see the full range of deals available.