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2.0 TDI 190
The more powerful diesel has a bit more punch but the margin over the less powerful version isn’t worth the extra noise and higher running costs. Available with a manual or an automatic gearbox.
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2.0 TDI 150
This is our favourite engine in the Superb and is suitable for business users, thanks to its low CO2 emissions. It can sound a bit gruff when you accelerate hard but the combination of strong performance and low running costs compensate. Available with a manual or an automatic gearbox.
1.6 TDI 120
This is the entry-level diesel engine in the range. It’s adequate but can struggle to pull such a big car, especially when fully laden. Greenline models use this engine but with longer gearing, which further hampers performance.
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. It’s very smooth and comes with four-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox, but running costs are quite high. There&#39;s no manual gearbox option available.
2.0 TSI 220
Offers plenty of power but isn’t a cheap engine to run because of its relatively high CO2 emissions and higher-than-average fuel consumption. Available only with an automatic gearbox.
1.4 TSI 150
The most recommendable petrol engine in the range; pulls well from low revs and remains refined even under load. Steady driving will produce decent fuel economy, while relatively low emissions make it affordable as a company car. Available with a manual or an automatic gearbox.

Miles per gallon

Official fuel economy figure

39.8-72.4 mpg

CO2 Emissions

Official emissions rating

101-160 g/km

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1760 litres

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