The new Skoda Superb Estate became one of the most luxurious and most practical car ever to wear the famous Skoda badge when it went on sale on 26th February 2010.
With prices starting at just £17,715, the Skoda Superb Estate offers the same great value for money as every Skoda. However, it's not just the great value that sets it apart from its rivals. Its style, practicality and luxurious comfort have also won it critical acclaim.
Even before it hits UK showrooms, the Skoda Superb Estate has already won it fair share of admirers including the TopGear magazine team, who declared it their 'Luxury Car of the Year'. It's easy to see why.
From its bold, chrome-framed grille and distinctive headlights to its subtly curved, coupe-like roofline, the Skoda Superb Estate's design balances road presence with elegance. But style doesn't come at the expense of substance: the Skoda Superb Estate boasts the biggest load capacity in its class.
The combination of the impressive boot capacity - 633 litres with the rear seats in place and a massive 1,865 litre with them folded - and the Skoda Superb's legendary rear legroom makes the Skoda Superb Estate one of the most practical cars on the market. And if the Skoda Superb Estate's cavernous load bay still isn't big enough, all models are fitted with roof rails as standard.
Trim levels and engine choices will mirror those of the Skoda Superb hatchback with S, SE and Elegance models available along with the same range of three petrol and three diesel engines. All engines, from 1.4 TSI to 3.6 V6 are equipped with direct fuel injection for optimum fuel efficiency, performance and low emissions. With a choice of manual or twin-clutch DSG gearboxes linked to either front- or four-wheel drive, there's a Skoda Superb Estate to suit everyone's needs.
The estate is expected to account for a third of all Skoda Superb sales in 2010 (a total of 3,400, split 2,300/1,100 hatch/estate). Fleet sales are expected to account for 75 per cent of total sales.
Contract hire starts from just £279 per month based on 36 months and 15,000 miles per year.Published 1 March 2010