The Skoda Superb has been named the Best Upper Medium Car at the Fleet News 2010 awards.
Skoda’s Superb has succeeded in carving its own identity combining first-rate quality, comfort and refinement with excellent value.
It offers a more generously proportioned passenger compartment than most rival products with limousine levels of leg-room in the rear.
There are many rational reasons for choosing the Superb, including competitive residual values and all-round low running costs.
There is also a low-emission Greenline version allowing the Superb to offer the among the lowest benefit-in-kind tax liability in its sector.
High quality, more legroom and excellent cabin comfort make the Superb the best place to be when chalking up big miles. The Superb is the first Skoda that really makes an impact in the fleet sector – it’s a large car for a small price.
- Skoda Superb
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