Ninth Award for the Skoda Superb Estate
The flagship model for Skoda has been awarded ‘Scottish Family Car of the Year 2010’
The Skoda Superb Estate has received its ninth award in 2010. The flagship model for Skoda has been awarded ‘Scottish Family Car of the Year 2010’. The Skoda Superb Estate has been named Top Gears ‘Best Luxury Car of the Year’ and Auto Express named it their ‘Best Estate Car and ‘Best Family Car’.
The Skoda Superb Estate offers fantastic value with class-leading legroom, a cavernous boot space which opens to 1,865 litres with the seats down and a long list of standard equipment. There are new options available for the Skoda Superb Estate that include an electrically operated boot with an automatically retractable parcel shelf; electrically operated panoramic sunroof; KESSY keyless entry and start system and a variable boot floor that pulls out to protect the rear bumper. The estate will carry a premium over the hatch of £1,050 for the S trim and £1,200 for SE and Elegance models.
Skoda UK Director, Robert Hazelwood, commented on the awards “we are delighted that the Association of Scottish Motoring Writers thinks as highly of the Skoda Superb Estate as we do. It’s a fantastic car which we feel is receiving the accolades it deserves.”