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Skoda Superb Estate
Average Rating Based on 35 reviews
4.7 out of 5

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Nicholas Skoda Superb Estate 2.0 TDI CR SE Technology DSG

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4.4 out of 5
Daniel Skoda Superb Estate 2.0 TDI CR SE L Executive DSG (7 Speed)

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4.9 out of 5
Paul Skoda Superb Estate 1.6 TDI CR SE GreenLine

The Skoda Superb estate has been an excellent decision, financially it's a bargain, it's got tons of space front and back, it's comfortable, the quality is great and I've actually preferred driving it than the equivalent Audi, BMW or Mercedes.

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4.9 out of 5
Michael Skoda Superb Estate 2.0 TDI CR SE L Executive

I like everything but wish I had gone for an automatic

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4.7 out of 5
Gemma Skoda Superb Estate 2.0 TDI CR SE 4X4

I dislike the handbreak as had 4 issues with it failing which was obviously huge inconvenience. The lease hire company dealt with case very well but unfortunately our local Skoda garage is very poor and I don’t like having to deal with them when other garages are better and still use genuine parts

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3.3 out of 5
Stuart Skoda Superb Estate

The car does everything you'd expect a car of this size and value to do with ease and comfort. The DSG gearbox is a bit jittery in slow moving traffic and coming to a stop as well as being a bit lazy to change down sometimes. Sport setting helps but the steering paddles would probably help too though not fitted to my car. Everything else is great for it's intended purpose. Only issue I have had is the infotainment isn't compatible with all phones and can lose connection or even cause the screen to go off completely with my iPhone SE connected to it either via CarPlay or bluetooth alone.

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4.1 out of 5
Christopher Skoda Superb Estate

Too much technology with useless hand book that is too complicated with very poor instructions. Heated seats slow to heat up. Otherwise excellent and enjoyable to use.

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4.6 out of 5
Roy Skoda Superb Estate

The Superb only faults are 1) Back sear does not fold flat 2) The back seats could be brought forward more giving more room in boot. The car is comfortable and performance is good.

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4.9 out of 5
Roger Skoda Superb Estate

So much room and very easy to drive. Mist comfortable car I've ever driven.

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Mike Skoda Superb Estate

This is my second Skoda Superb, and in almost every respect, it is as good, if not better, than my previous model. As always with Skoda, it comes with far more options as standard than any of its competitors, so is excellent value for money. It's a solidly built car, and feels it as well. At 190BHP, it's more capable than the MKII at 150BHP, and the extra power is essential, as it's big solid car to move around. If a higher powered model was available with the L&K trim, I'm sure it would be very popular, but at present, you'll need to choose the Sportline for that, which has far less options included, and isn't available with a manual gearbox. Heated seats, windscreen and mirrors are very useful, and the array of control a driver has over the car configuration is very wide. The ability to reconfigure chassis settings for various driving modes is useful. It is unbelievably spacious, with no shortage of legroom in both front and rear, and yet it still boasts a huge boot capacity. There are two negative points so far. The first one, is that its predecessor, the Superb MKII Estate, was equipped with sliding boot rails to secure luggage, and this MKIII does not have that feature, which is a disappointment, and a rare mistake from Skoda. The second, and this is also common to previous models, is that the SatNav system never seems to have any map updates available for it. This means that maps can very quickly become out-of-date, and this may not be immediately noticeable to drivers, but compared to weekly updates from TomTom, it means that by the end of a longer lease period, you will almost certainly come across situations where satnav is useless. That said, I will almost certainly have another Superb when the time comes for me to renew it.

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5.0 out of 5
David Skoda Superb Estate

Great estate car..will be definitely getting another

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Simon Skoda Superb Estate

excellent quality car and great value for money. Very pleased with it

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4.9 out of 5
Petr Skoda Superb Estate

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Stuart Skoda Superb Estate

I like the build quality and the space given to all passengers

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Andrew Skoda Superb Estate 2.0 TDI CR SE Business

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