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₹32L - ₹34.19L
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29.02 - 35.94 Lakh
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No, the new Skoda Superb comes only with a 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine. The 2.0-diesel unit has been discontinued owing to the inability to meet strict emission norms and less demand.
The 7-speed DSG automatic transmission comes with paddle shifters and performs well in hill regions. It also comes with Hill Hold Assist which prevents the Superb from rolling back on an uphill.
The Skoda Superb comes with a 2-year/ 100,000 km warranty, whichever comes first. You can also opt for extended warranty service on Skoda's official website. Please make sure to read the documents on the components covered under warranty.
The new Superb is only slightly faster than the old one in terms of in-gear acceleration. However, under wet conditions, the new Superb performs marginally better than the old model.
The Skoda Superb can comfortably seat 5 adults. There is ample legroom and headroom for rear-seat passengers. The front seats provide a good commanding view of the road and come with a 12-way height adjustment. All seats are well-cushioned and offer supreme comfort.
The Skoda Superb excels in both low-speed commuting as well high-speed cruising. You can drive either in a relaxed manner or in an aggressive and enthusiastic way and the Superb never fails to impress you.
The Skoda Superb competes directly with the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and Hyundai Sonata. However, with the Sonata and Accord now discontinued in Indian markets, the Superb has no real competition.
The Skoda Superb offers supreme rear seat comfort that rivals even the likes of the BMW 3-series, Audi A4 and Mercedes C-class at a much cheaper price even though it lacks their brand value. This makes the Superb a great value-for-money option.
The new Superb comes in 5 different colours - Magic Black, Lava Blue, Graphite Grey, Brilliant Silver and Moon White. The interiors are available only in either a sporty all-black theme in the Sportline variant or a beige and black theme in the L&K variant.
The new Superb is not a proper off-road vehicle. It does not come with a four-wheel drive option and is equipped with regular road tyres. The low ground clearance of 156mm also doesn't help off-road.