Superb Estate puts boot into competition with Sunday Times title
Latest triumph adds to growing list of industry accolades for new Superb
The Superb has welcomed the new year with yet another accolade from the motoring press. The Sunday Times has named the Superb Estate as the best large estate car on the market as part of its annual top 100 cars special.
Seeing off considerably more expensive competition to take the top spot, the Superb impressed the judging panel with its elegant design, sector-best practicality and incredible value for money. Comprising writers and reviewers from The Sunday Times Driving supplement and website, the judging team chose the 2.0 TDI 150PS SE L Executive as its pick of the range.
ŠKODA also performed strongly in other categories in the supplement, with top three recommendations for Fabia and Octavia Estate in the supermini and mid-size estate sectors plus a top five finish for Citigo in the city car sector.
Commenting on the Superb’s win, The Sunday Times judging panel said: “If you want maximum carrying capacity for minimum cash, this is where you need to be looking. If your priority is a huge boot, the Superb will also appeal, because it can stow the same amount of baggage as the Mercedes E-Class – a hefty 1,950 litres.”
Duncan Movassaghi, Brand Director for ŠKODA UK, said: “We’re delighted that The Sunday Times has recognised the Superb Estate for its incredible all-round ability. It’s a very special car that embodies everything we strive for at ŠKODA – powerful design, unbeatable practicality and great value.”
The new Superb has collected a number of high-profile industry awards since its launch in September last year. These include Auto Express family car of the year, Scottish estate car of the year and CarBuyer best estate car 2015.
5 January 2016