Not much this side of a Mercedes S-Class will offer you as much rear leg room as a Superb, or head room for that matter, so if you’re over six feet tall and want space to relax, choose the Superb. Getting in and out is easy too, thanks to the wide opening doors and low sills, and on models fitted with electric front seats, optional controls can be specified that allow the rear passenger to move the front passenger’s seat forward, to make even more space available.
The middle-seat passenger is not so well off since they have to place their feet either side of the relatively high central tunnel and manage with a bit less head room. However, providing they’re not too tall, it’s still a comfortable place to travel for a reasonable distance.
The fold-down centre armrest includes two cupholders and, with the addition of an optional cradle, can be used to mount a tablet computer. At the rear of the centre console there’s a hinged cubby with a 12V socket and two map pockets on the backs of the front seats. Meanwhile, each door has a pocket that’ll hold a 500ml bottle of water.