Skoda has recently announced the arrival of the updated 2013 Superb in the United Kingdom, where the model will become available to its future customers from 18,555 GBP.
According to the Czech based automaker, the cheapest version of the 2013 Skoda Superb, in the United Kingdom, will be the 1.4 TSI 125 PS 6-speed hatch, for its 18,375 GBP, but if you are looking for the most expensive version, you should know that this will set you back for twice as more. The “new” Laurin & Klement Skoda Superb costs 32,260 GBP, for the 2.0 TDI 170 PS 4×4 6-speed DSG version.
When compared to the outgoing model, the 2013 Skoda Superb is between 435 GBP and 915 GBP more expensive. Changes for the new model year include the front and rear fascias, the fresh trims on the interior, the new colors, new wheels and some improvements to certain engines, which are now 19 percent more fuel efficient than before. The 2013 Skoda Superb is getting a choice of three petrol engines and six diesel units. The most economical is the 1.6L TDI Greenline III hatch, which is burning just 4.2L / 100km in an average cycle, or 67.2 mpg UK.