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Why buy a used Skoda Superb?

If you're in the market for a car that's supremely refined and stylish while remaining affordable, then a used Skoda Superb is a great choice. With its highly spacious and comfortable interior, the Superb is an extremely practical option for families. The Superb also has a very attractive exterior design, and it comes at a very good price.

Latest used Skoda Superb

Skoda, Superb

2020 (20) - Skoda Superb

2020 (20) - Skoda Superb27

£12,400

  • 1.4L
  • 98.3K

    Miles
  • Hybrid - Petrol/Electric
  • Automatic
  • Estate

Carworld Superstore

01733910706 *

4.5/5 Stars

Skoda, Superb

2020 - Skoda Superb

2020 - Skoda Superb12

£19,698

  • 2L
  • 55.1K

    Miles
  • Diesel
  • Automatic
  • Hatchback

Arnold Clark Fiat Motorstore Jeep Abarth (Oldbury)

01212229535 *

Skoda, Superb

2024 - Skoda Superb

2024 - Skoda Superb52

£36,950

  • 1.5L
  • 1.0K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Semi Auto
  • Estate

Marshall SKODA Bedford

01234232041 *

Skoda, Superb

2023 - Skoda Superb

2023 - Skoda Superb12

Low Mileage

£26,998

  • 2L
  • 5.7K

    Miles
  • Diesel
  • Automatic
  • Estate

Arnold Clark Peugeot/SEAT/Cupra/Skoda (Edinburgh)

01313413120 *

Skoda, Superb

2019 - Skoda Superb

2019 - Skoda Superb49

Low Mileage

£14,964

  • 1.5L
  • 25.8K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Marshall Honda Harrogate

01432598269 *

Skoda, Superb

2023 - Skoda Superb

2023 - Skoda Superb11

£8,450

Finance available £166 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.6L
  • 82.0K

    Miles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Not Supplied

Eden Car Sales Ltd

02893080076 *

Skoda, Superb

2024 - Skoda Superb

2024 - Skoda Superb15

£9,995

Finance available £200 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.6L
  • 45.0K

    Miles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Murrays of Randalstown

02894080194 *

Skoda, Superb

2023 - Skoda Superb

2023 - Skoda Superb12

Low Mileage

£27,698

  • 2L
  • 2.2K

    Miles
  • Diesel
  • Automatic
  • Estate

Arnold Clark Seat/Skoda (Paisley)

01414135912 *

Skoda Superb snapshot review

Pros

  • Bargain price tag
  • Huge amount of interior space
  • Stylish exterior

Cons

  • Not especially entertaining to drive
  • Not as premium as rivals
  • Skoda badge comes with baggage

Skoda Superb by type

Automatic
Diesel
Petrol
Petrol EV & Hybrid
5 Door

Used Skoda Superb information

Engines and transmissions

There are numerous engine and gearbox options with the Skoda Superb. Petrol, diesel and hybrid powertrains are paired to either an automatic or a manual gearbox and front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.

Petrol
  • 1.5 TSI creates 148bhp for a 9.3-second 0-62mph time and with a fuel economy rating of up to 53mpg.
  • 1.4-litre engine has been replaced by a 1.5-litre petrol motor for the new plug-in hybrid that produces 201bhp with a 25.7kWh battery that provides up to 62 miles of electric-only driving.
  • Earlier models included a 123bhp 1.4-litre with 49mpg or a 147bhp 1.5-litre with 44mpg, while 2.0-litre Sport Line Plus models were available with 187bhp, 216bhp, 268bhp or 276bhp.
Diesel
  • 2.0 TDI generates 147bhp with the highest efficiency rating of around 57mpg.
  • 190bhp variant of the 2.0 TDI has a 0-62mph time of 7.3 seconds, but the efficiency rating is reduced to up to 48mpg.
  • Earlier 1.6-litre TDI was available that produced 118bhp and around 49mpg, but was then improved to 62mpg.

Practicality

There is a large amount of space available in the Skoda Superb, ensuring that it is an excellent option for families.

Interior space
  • Newest model was increased in size by 40mm, providing plenty of interior space.
  • Tallest adults fit comfortably in the back seat.
  • Practical touches are available throughout the cabin, including an umbrella in the driver's door and a sliding rear centre armrest.
  • New models offer standard heated front seats with massage for added comfort.
Boot space
  • 690-litre boot in the estate is one of the largest of all the cars on the road
  • Saloon variant provides a still massive 625 litres of room
  • Folding down the rear seats creates 1,920 litres of space.
  • Boot space falls to 510 litres in the plug-in hybrid models.
Bodystyles
  • Estate offers more interior space and a bigger boot.
  • Saloon variant has a hatchback design with a twin-door boot opening.

Safety

  • Perfect five-star safety rating given in 2015 Euro NCAP testing.
  • Both adult and child occupant ratings are 86%.
  • Standard kit includes several airbags, a rear-view camera and parking sensors (both front and back).

Technology

  • 13.0-inch touchscreen display comes standard with satnav, offering one of the largest in the segment.
  • 10.0-inch Virtual Cockpit can be personalised for a better view.
  • Available Canton sound system comes with 14 speakers for exceptional clarity.

Skoda Superb generations

The Skoda Superb first arrived in 2002 as a stretched-out Octavia, but the model achieved a lot of success. Now in its fourth generation, Skoda has proven that an affordable car can also offer a lot of space and standard equipment. Its modern design and spacious interior continue to make it a viable contender in its segment.

Fourth Generation (2024 to Present)

Continuing with the cube design, the new Superb had a similar look to the Skoda Octavia, its smaller counterpart. Still, the longer-wheelbase Superb did have some styling differences, such as the sharper headlight design that had two LED blocks situated inside and special daytime running lights that worked with the indicator lights.

The cabin had an elegant design and features that weren't found in other budget-friendly cars. Skoda also released some new powertrain options, ensuring a good mix of performance and efficiency.

Fourth Generation (2024 to Present)
Fuel type:
Diesel / Not Supplied / Petrol
Engine Size:
1.5 - 2
MPG:
Acceleration:
5.6 - 9.3 seconds
Boot space:
510 - 690 L capacity
NCAP Safety rating:
5 / 5 stars
  • Greenest

    1.5 TSI iV SE L DSG 5dr

  • Cheapest

    1.5 TSI e-TEC SE Technology 5dr DSG

  • Fastest

    2.0 TSI Laurin + Klement 4X4 5dr DSG

Third Generation (2015 to 2023)

Sharing a platform with the Volkswagen Golf and a number of other vehicles, the Superb was one of the largest models available. From the front, the wide grille with angular headlights were easy to see. There was also a second air intake added to the lower bumper for better cooling.

During a 2019 facelift, Skoda added full Matrix-LED headlights and an extended bumper for improved aerodynamics. There were also new tech features added, and there was more space in the boot and cabin.

Third Generation (2015 to 2023)
Fuel type:
Diesel / Not Supplied / Petrol
Engine Size:
1.4 - 2
MPG:
38 - 217
Acceleration:
5.2 - 11.3 seconds
Boot space:
485 - 660 L capacity
NCAP Safety rating:
5 / 5 stars
  • Greenest

    1.4 TSI iV SE L DSG 5dr

  • Cheapest

    1.4 TSI S 5dr

  • Fastest

    2.0 TSI 280 Sport Line Plus 4x4 5dr DSG

Second Generation (2008 to 2015)

With the release of a new generation, Skoda used the Passat wheelbase, but the styling was completely different from before. Its twin-door boot opening was among the most talked about features, allowing for the opening of the luggage compartment without or with the back windscreen.

By 2013, the Superb was ready for a facelift. This included new adaptive bi-xenon headlights and upgraded LED daytime running lights. Engine options were also revised to ensure better efficiency and reduced CO2 emissions.

Second Generation (2008 to 2015)
Fuel type:
Diesel / Petrol
Engine Size:
1.4 - 3.6
MPG:
27 - 67
Acceleration:
6.4 - 12.6 seconds
Boot space:
565 - 633 L capacity
NCAP Safety rating:
5 / 5 stars
  • Greenest

    1.4 TSI S 5dr

  • Cheapest

    1.4 TSI S 5dr

  • Fastest

    3.6 V6 Elegance 4X4 5dr DSG

Used Skoda Superb information

Used Skoda Superb FAQ's

Which is the most popular engine in the Skoda Superb?

Diesel engines have been among the most popular because of their efficiency. The only diesel engine available with the newest lineup is the 148bhp 2.0 TDI, which is rated at around 57mpg. However, there is a variety of used earlier models with a range of different efficiencies and power outputs.

Which are the most popular model variants?

New Superb models come in three variants: SE Technology, SEL and L&K. The SEL tends to be the most popular as the mid-range option. This model has a leather interior, LED matrix headlights, ventilated front seats with massage, and an electrically operated boot.

What optional extras should I look out for?

Along with heated front seats (standard on the newest lineup), heated rear seats are available for back seat passenger comfort. A park assist system with an area view camera can help immensely when travelling in the city, and the upgraded stereo system is a must-have for any music enthusiast.

Is the Skoda Superb a good family car?

Few cars offer as much interior space and boot space as the Skoda Superb, making it a great option for families. A large amount of equipment is also available, allowing for a lot of personalisation.

Is there a hybrid version of the Skoda Superb?

Skoda offers a plug-in hybrid Superb with a 1.5-litre petrol motor that produces 201bhp. It uses a 25.7kWh battery that provides up to 62 miles of electric-only driving.

Is the Skoda Superb available as an automatic?

Yes, the automatic transmission models are far more popular than the manual gearbox variants. Customers will have no problem finding a used Superb with an automatic transmission.

Is there a four-wheel drive version available?

Yes, Skoda has made several variants of the Superb with four-wheel drive, though most models have standard front-wheel drive. For customers who need added capability and traction, four-wheel drive is a good option to look for among used Superb models.

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