Skoda Superb Estate review

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If space is luxury, the Skoda Superb Estate has to be one of the most luxurious cars in the world. And yet while its interior and boot are huge, its price is anything but.

Like its predecessor, which you can read about here, the latest Superb Estate is a direct rival to accomplished family wagons such as the Ford Mondeo and Volkswagen Passat.

However, it's also an appealing alternative to more premium offerings, including the Audi A4 Avant and BMW 3 Series Touring, because the Superb Estate is not only a lot cheaper than those two but also a lot bigger.

Because it’s so competitively priced, despite being well equipped, classy and more spacious than its rivals, the Superb is easily our favourite big estate.

What's more, Skoda offers a wide range of petrol and diesel engines, manual and automatic gearboxes, and two or four-wheel drive on selected models.

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Read on over the next few pages for everything you need to know before buying a Superb Estate, including which engine, trim and options to choose.

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There are 7 trims available for the Superb estate. Click to see details.See all versions
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Although it still comes reasonably well equipped with Bluetooth and a DAB radio, we’d only recommend you go for this if you’re on a really tight budget....View trim
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SE
Comes with a solid amount of kit that includes dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors, adaptive cruise control and a 6.5in touchscreen. Good for private buyers looking to finance the car o...View trim
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£22,422
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SE Technology
Our favourite trim for business buyers and for private, too, were it not for the fact that it can’t be financed on a private buyer PCP finance deal. It’s the same price as an SE but adds alcantara...View trim
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£22,668
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SE L Executive
Looks pricey against cheaper Superbs but is still good value in relation to the competition. Comes with an upgraded 8.0in infotainment screen, heated leather seats, 18in alloys and a power tailgate...View trim
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£25,314
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Sport Line
Based on SE trim, you get a few useful upgrades including keyless entry and start, an 8.0in touchscreen with sat nav, an electric driver’s seat, bi-xenon headlights and headlight washers. However...View trim
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£26,567
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Sport Line Plus
On top of Sportline’s trinkets, you get an electrically operated boot, heated front seats, blind spot detection, a bigger 9.2in touchscreen and progressive dynamic steering. All this pushes the pri...View trim
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£27,956
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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, ventila...View trim
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£29,640
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