The Skoda Superb Estate makes a brilliant family car, because it's comfortable, classy, well priced and incredibly spaciousread the full model review
Trim:Laurin + Klement
This is the height of luxury within the Superb range and so you get virtually every toy thrown in. Over the already generous specification of SE L Executive, you get a premium Canton hi-fi, ventilated front seats trimmed in perforated leather, electric front seats with memory, three-zone climate control, a heated windscreen, seat heating front and rear, ambient LED lighting, adaptive dampers, a rear-view camera, lane assist, park assist and a hands-free boot opener. Lots of kit, but it’s lots of money, too.
Engine:2.0 TSI 280
This is a real wolf in sheep’s clothing. It looks completely standard from the outside, but offers the pace to rival a BMW 330i Touring. It’s very smooth and comes with four-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox, but running costs are quite high.