Even more desirable Superb Sportline lives up to its name
Škoda’s latest is comfortable, quiet and refined, writes Shane O‘Donoghue
Modest its name is not, but the modern-day Škoda Superb (it takes its name from a luxurious Škoda model that was made between 1934 and 1949) started out as a humble re-badged Volkswagen Passat back at the turn of the millennium.
The second generation took on its own personality (and sales success), but it remained a car bought with the head. That all changed when Škoda launched the third iteration of the Superb in 2015,...
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