although we did note that opening the doors was a little hard as they are quite heavy and you needed a fair reach....
What's It Like to Live With
Getting in and out of the Superb Outdoor is a fairly easy affair - although we did note that opening the doors was a little hard as they are quite heavy and you needed a fair reach. The cills are reasonably high so those of you with mobility issues may find it a little hard getting in and out.
Once in all round vision is very good and getting into the ideal driving position is easy – the steering wheel adjusts for rake and reach.
There are rear parking sensors – and it needs them as it is fair sized car – it is not difficult to park, it just needs a little more judgement. There is no option for autonomous self-parking and we would have liked to have seen a reversing camera and front parking sensors.
A definite plus point is the size of the boot , with the rear seats in place it will swallow 633 litres and with them down this increases to an impressive 1,865 litres.
The specification of the Outdoor is based on the Superb SE estate – so do not expect an auto dipping mirror or auto wipers but the lights do come on automatically and there is dual climate control – we also had the optional large panoramic electric sunroof. Plus you gain front and rear bumpers, wheel arch and side sill extensions, loading sill, side mouldings all in matt grey so that you do not damage the paint work .