The New Skoda Superb GreenLine is set for release on Monday 13th October bringing more choice to the range of low CO2 emitting vehicles in the UK.
Priced at £16,710 OTR, the New Superb Greenline is a flexible and spacious car which offers fantastic value for money. The 1.9 TDI PD engine, fitted with a diesel particulate filter, returns 105bhp and comes with a five speed manual gearbox.
The Superb Greenline emits a mere 136 g/km of CO2 and has an outstanding combined fuel consumption of 55.4 mpg. Skoda engineers have achieved this remarkable feat by developing a number of solutions. These include reducing the weight of the car, making the gearing longer and re-mapping the engine for greater efficiency. This, together with improved aerodynamics and low resistance tyres, adds up to a more environmentally conscious vehicle.
The Superb Greenline is a separate trim level and sits between the entry-level S and the mid-range SE. Equipment above the S model includes sunset glass, cruise control, four spoke leather steering wheel, lowered suspension, small rear boot spoiler and tyre repair kit.
Chris Horrell, Product Marketing Manager at Skoda, comments: “The latest addition to our GreenLine range will be well received by customers seeking a more environmentally conscious vehicle in the upper medium sector.
“With growing interest in greener cars we expect the Superb Greenline to attract retail and business customers seeking a vehicle which represents great value for money but does not compromise on quality.”Published 9 October 2008