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    Skoda Superb 2.0 TDI SE Technology DSG

    Skoda Superb

    2.0 TDI SE Technology DSG

    Personal price per month Incl VAT
    24 months £366.82
    36 months £361.41
    48 months £361.08
    Skoda Superb 2.0 TDI SE L DSG

    Skoda Superb

    2.0 TDI SE L DSG

    Personal price per month Incl VAT
    24 months £403.39
    36 months £395.89
    48 months £393.91
    Skoda Superb 1.5 TSI e-TEC SE L DSG

    Skoda Superb

    1.5 TSI e-TEC SE L DSG

    Personal price per month Incl VAT
    24 months £438.90
    36 months £415.91
    48 months £406.36

    Skoda Superb

    1.5 TSI e-TEC SE Technology DSG

    Personal price per month Incl VAT
    24 months £392.64
    36 months £374.75
    48 months £369.00

    Skoda Superb

    2.0 TDI 193 SE L 4X4 DSG

    Personal price per month Incl VAT
    24 months £498.07
    36 months £481.52
    48 months £475.42

    Skoda Superb

    2.0 TDI 193 Laurin + Klement 4X4 DSG

    Personal price per month Incl VAT
    24 months £520.66
    36 months £509.33
    48 months £505.98

    Skoda Superb

    2.0 TSI Laurin + Klement 4X4 DSG

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    Average Rating Based on 14 reviews
    4.5 out of 5

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    4.3 out of 5
    Michael Skoda Superb 2.0 TSI 190 Laurin + Klement DSG

    Would have preferred an estate (as per previous 2 cars), but the only credit broker offering Superb estates was (apparently) rejecting many applications, despite excellent credit scores. Another broker changed the rental price (Sportline estate) at the last minute, to an unacceptable figure, so this is my 3rd choice vehicle. Also, dislike the "D" mode on gearbox. When not using accelerator, car disengages gearbox and coasts (fuel saving), but all this does is transfer fuel cost to maintenance of brakes, as coasting requires a lot more brake use when engine braking is not available. Not a Nationwide issue, I realise, but a manufacturer design failure. It's also unsafe for going down some hills, as it requires constant braking, which risks overheating pads. Thankfully, having a sport mode negates all of this, but uses more fuel. It's unfortunate that sport mode on the gearbox cannot be set as default. The stop-start engine is also useful, but only when crawling in traffic - it's dangerous when it cuts out out junctions or traffic islands when you're intending to enter a gap in traffic. Thankfully, it can be disabled as well. As this is my third Skoda Superb, I'm impressed, as usual, with the size and space inside, as are passengers. It's always a pleasure to drive, and comfortable.

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    4.7 out of 5
    James Skoda Superb Hatchback 2.0 TSI 190 Laurin + Klement DSG

    Had the 17 executive before which had some things that the L&K lacked which was a little disappointing

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    5.0 out of 5
    Philip Skoda Superb 2.0 TDI CR SE L Executive DSG (7 Speed)

    It is a large comfortable car, but most importantly the boot takes 2 sets of golf clubs, 2 electric golf trolleys and a suitcase, this is our priority and very few cars meet our requirement without the contents being on view.

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