A new review of the Skoda Superb Combi has been signed by AutoExpress this time and it is trying to answer some interesting questions on its practicality.
If you are considering adding a midsized vehicle to your garage, preferably in the estate body style, than the new generation of the Skoda Superb Combi should be on your list too, along with the obvious choice in the segment, the Ford Mondeo. But is the Czech vehicle really as good at it sounds? Well, the clip posted below, representing AutoExpress’ review, should answer most of you questions.
In the United Kingdom, the cheapest version of the Superb Combi can be yours from 19,840 GBP, in the S version, getting the LED taillights, halogen headlights with DRL, 16-inch wheels, cloth upholstery, 3-spoke steering wheel wrapped in leather, electric parking brake, 5-inch touch screen display with DAB, USB, SD card slot and Bluetooth and several other goodies. The SE will set you back for 22,390 GPB and it is adding the dual-zone air conditioning, rear parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, 6.5-inch touch screen, SmartLink, 17-inch wheels and so on.
The SE Business costs 22,790 GBP and it is bringing different 17-inch wheels, sat-nav system and a 6.5-inch touch screen. The SE L Executive is next and this costs 25,420 GBP, coming with tinted windows, electrically operated trunk, leather upholstery, heated front seats, driver’s seat with memory function, sat-nav with 8-inch display, bi-xenon headlights and more. The L&K is the range-topping version, bringing the Canton sound system, piano black trim, heated windscreen and rear seats, tri-zone climate control, TV tuner, 18-inch exclusive hweels and more, for 31,840 GBP.