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Skoda Superb Estate voted No.1 Estate Car

Award for third consecutive year for Skoda Superb Estate

Skoda’s flagship model the Skoda Superb has been voted the number one estate car in the Fleet World Honours for the third year running. Steve Moody, Editor of Fleet World said “estate cars should fit everything you need into them, which is why the Superb is very hard to beat with its massive boot and huge cabin space. But it’s not just about pure practicality, the efficient engines, low prices and competitive running costs make it an excellent choice for fleets.”

If it is an estate car you are looking for 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. Fuel economy is approximately 44.8mpg and CO2 emissions are 165g/km. The Superb estate offers exceptional levels of traction in ice, snow or rain due to the standard 18” Luxon alloys and permanent all wheel drive transmission. Skoda also offer the new Superb Outdoor which has additional standard equipment which includes four-spoke leather multi-function steering wheel, Bluetooth for hands-free connectivity, Sunset Glass behind the B-pillar, Hill-Hold Control, Tyre Pressure Monitor, heated windscreen washer nozzles and integrated front headlight washers. This version is available in all standard Superb colours and with the option of three engines.

New Skoda Superb launches in June

Both the Superb hatch and the Estate has undergone a major facelift, the Superb has a completely new front and rear and looks much more distinctive. It has a new grille, car logo, head and fog lights, bumpers, front wings and a bonnet and not forgetting new bi-xenon headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights. The interior boasts brand new fabrics and patterns for the seat covers with new designs. The top of the range trim Škoda Superb Laurin & Klement (L&K) features a new brown-ivory colour combination. The new Superb offers superior comfort features such as an electric sunroof with integrated solar cells in the Hatch; an electric panoramic sunroof in the Estate plus automatic lock and start system; KESSY (keyless entry); air conditioning and four modern audio and navigations systems: up to the top navigation system, Columbus, with a 6.5” colour touch screen and integrated 30GB hard drive.

Numerous clever features are seen throughout the Superb including an umbrella stored in the door, a Jumbo Box in the centre console, storage pockets in the doors and under the passenger seat, there is a practical sunglasses compartment the storage area in the centre armrest of the backseat is a well thought extra. This is also true of the boot which offers practical features such as an optional variable boot floor, lockable storage, bag hooks, lashing eyelets and optional holding nets.