ŠKODA Superb in Warrington
With a sporty style, precise lines and balanced proportions, the ŠKODA Superb really lives up to its name. Delivering exceptional comfort and thoughtful features, journeys long and short are relaxed and entertaining. Perfect for families and executives, the Superb is roomy, has lots of interior storage and a class leading luggage compartment. The 2-litre diesel engine delivers a strong performance with low CO2 emissions, making it excellent value for money too.
The ŠKODA Superb is powerful yet elegant. It’s stance is commanding yet it’s silhouette is graceful with its long, sloping bonnet. It’s forward thinking design allows you to travel first class, with a plush cabin and leather upholstery, which is standard on SE L models and above.
The ŠKODA Superb is quiet and refined even at motorway speeds. You have a choice of TSI and TDI engines with a manual or DSG gearbox, and a choice of FWD or 4WD. Every time you drive the ŠKODA Superb, you experience luxury.
The ŠKODA Superb hatch has a huge 625-litre boot, while the estate has an enormous 660-litre boot. Legroom throughout the cabin is up there with the best in class, and you’ll find rainy-day saving umbrellas stored in the front doors. The Superb’s cabin is luxurious and spacious; there is tonnes of legroom! The hatch has a huge 625-litre boot, while the estate has an enormous 660-litre boot. There’s also even room for umbrellas to fit in your front doors for rainy days.
Living with it
The dominating, powerful diesel engine, 2.0 TDI 190PS in SE L Executive spec, can return up to 68.9mpg combined for outstanding range and low running costs. The Superb 1.6 TDI 120PS GreenLine can return up to 76.4mpg combined too.
Skoda Superb Interior
New ŠKODA Superb Reviews
ŠKODA'S made an already excellent car even better. Truly desirable. Top Gear
The Superb is comfortable, well equipped, great value for money and one of the roomiest cars in its class. What Car?
The ŠKODA Superb is a great looking family car with loads of space and a terrific ride. The Telegraph