Even more desirable Superb Sportline lives up to its name

Škoda’s latest is comfortable, quiet and refined, writes Shane O‘Donoghue

29th December, 2019
Even more desirable Superb Sportline lives up to its name
The Škoda Superb Sportline: its specification can be paired with all but the lowest-powered of the Superb engines

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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