The Skoda Superb Estate has already won its fair share of admirers
The Skoda Superb Estate has already won its fair share of admirers including TopGear Magazines ‘Luxury Car of the Year’. There is a choice of three petrol and three diesel engines available in the Skoda Superb Estate, plus manual and DSG transmissions. All engines are equipped with direct fuel injection for optimum fuel efficiency performance and low emissions. Trim levels will mirror those of the Superb hatchback with S, SE and Elegance models available.The Skoda Superb Estate has a number of optional features including keyless entry and ignition system and a revised version of the hatchbacks award winning Park Assist system that allows the estate to parallel park in an even tighter space than before. There is also an electronically operated boot opening and panoramic sunroof available. The combination of the impressive boot capacity of 633 litres with the rear seats in place and a massive 1865 litres with them folded and the Skoda Superb’s legendary legroom make the Skoda Superb Estate one of the most practical cars on the market. The Skoda Superb Estate is expected to account for a third of all Superb sales in 2010 while fleet sales are expected to account for 75% of total sales. Prices for the Skoda Superb Estate start at £17,715 which offers great value for money.