- 5 doors
- 5 seats
- Automatic or manual
- Petrol, diesel or petrol plug-in hybrid
"For those looking beyond SUVs for a spacious, practical family car the Skoda Superb Estate is a great choice. You get a lot more car for your money for starters, not to mention a ton more space for kit and a more spacious interior too. It’s also good to drive, comfortable and further enhanced with the option of a plug-in hybrid model."
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Running costs for a SKODA Superb
For an undeniably vast car, the Superb Estate's running costs should be fairly reasonable. Model-for-model, CO2 emissions and fuel economy figures can't quite match those of the equivalent Mondeo Estate or Passat Estate but, considering the Superb's extra size, it's really not very far behind and it’s better than an SUV or crossover. There’s also a new hybrid version which is more expensive to buy but could reap healthy tax savings if you’re running it as a company car. As with all hybrids fuel savings will be more dependent on where and how you drive it and whether you’re willing or able to plug it in and charge – for short journeys you could save a lot of money but for longer ones it’ll be little more efficient than the regular diesel or petrol verions.
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