The Skoda Superb is pretty comfortable, well equipped, great value for money and one of the roomiest cars in its class. If you can forego a premium German badge, it's a spankingly good car all round.get the best price
Trim: SE Technology
SE Technology is our pick of the range because this builds on SE trim by adding leather upholstery, electrically adjustable/ heated front seats, privacy glass and in-built sat-nav. It's particularly intended for company car buyers, but private buyers should be able to order one by talking to their Skoda retailer or checking out New Car Buyer on What Car?.
Engine: 1.5 TSI
This petrol is our pick of the range. With 148bhp it has enough poke to match the 2.0 TDI 150 from 0-62mph (in 9.0sec for the record) and while you have to work it harder up hills than the diesel, it has the requisite oomph for most people's requirements. It's also smooth, reasonably fuel efficient and pretty good on company car tax.
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