The Skoda Superb, already very-well equipped and hard-pressed to become more spacious, will become even more elegant. From April, the Elegance model will add satellite navigation and full leather upholstery as standard. At the same time, the electric sunroof will become an option. Providing a value of £1,800 for a price of just £700, this change in standard specification increases the Superb’s outstanding value even further.
Entry-level prices for Superb remain at £13,900 for the Classic 2.0 115 bhp. Even at entry-level, the Superb Classic has a wide range of standard equipment and all of the Superb’s spaciousness and luxury, truly an upper-medium segment car at a lower-medium price.
Prices for the Superb Elegance will range from £19,500 for the Elegance 1.9 TDI PD 130 bhp, to £22,300 for the top-of-the-range Elegance 2.5 V6 TDI 160 bhp with Tiptronic transmission.
Superb Elegance models with the new specification are available for factory orders from Skoda retailers across the UK now. With sales exceeding targets, the elegance and innovation of the Superb continue to define the value in the segment.
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