The seventh generation of this premium saloon was a clear winner when Fleet News’ readers were asked to choose their favourite new company car of 2019.
Skoda’s Superb remains unbeaten in the Best Upper Medium Car category for the fifth consecutive year.
New Skoda is superbly placed to satisfy desire of fleets to lower emissions.
Skoda has revealed details about it first plug-in hybrid model – the Superb iV – which goes on sale in the UK in January 2020.
We expect the Superb will hold its position as the best car in its class, but it is hard to say until all the figures and costs are revealed.
Skoda has unveiled the new Superb, which features a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) engine for the first time.
Skoda Superb wins 2019 Fleet News Award for Best Upper Medium Car
Fleet boss Henry Williams explains how Škoda chose to protect RVs by resisting the temptation to push stock into the market ahead of the WLTP deadline
Skoda's Octavia has proved to be practical, efficient and spacious as Sarah Tooze concludes in her final test.
Skoda has developed an armoured Superb Estate, available to buy from £118,688.
Skoda has added extra standard equipment to the Superb range and launched a new Sportline Plus trim level.
The Skoda Superb retained the title of Best Upper Medium Car for a third year whilst the Karoq bagged Best Mid-size SUV at the ‘Oscars’ of fleet awards.
Superb and Octavia account for three-quarters of the brand’s fleet sales but the picture looks set to change.
Increased demand for petrol engines from business customers has led to Škoda UK launching new variants of the Octavia and Superb in fleet-specific SE Tech trim levels.
Škoda has updated its flagship Superb for 2017 with a larger infotainment screen, a massage seat and more technology.
Pound-for-pound one of the best cars on the road today. Unbelievable running costs, strong residuals, the most space in class, attractive looks, good build quality and very reliable, the Superb is the stand-out car in this category.
A new, more attractive look, more space and more technology add up to a great package
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