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Skoda Superb Combi (2010) (2)


Following the successful launch of the five-door Skoda Superb sedan, Skoda premieres the long-awaited Skoda Superb Combi at the 2009 IAA Motor Show in Frankfurt. The Czech carmaker is keen for this medium-class car, delivering exceptional space and comfort, to re-define benchmarks in the segment. The unique design with the typical Skoda "face", the expressive rear section and the dynamic silhouette help the new Skoda Superb Combi stand out clearly from market competitors. The car commands respect not just because of its practical qualities, but also on account of its style and elegance. The generous wheelbase and the roofline forming a gentle arc ensure that the car has well-balanced proportions which provide the perfect space for passengers and luggage alike.

In a history of automobile production stretching back over more than a hundred years, Skoda Auto has manufactured numerous "combined cars" (hence the name "Combi") in its hometown of Mladá Boleslav. As early as the mid-1920s, when the company was still producing under the name of its founders, Laurin and Klement, it came up with estate bodies for the L&K 100 and 110 models. These "swap bodies" transformed sedans into commercial vehicles with a loading area, and at the time were regarded as the preserve of traders. The original version of the Skoda Superb back in the 1930s was also available not only as a luxury sedan, but also as a light commercial vehicle. After the Second World War, the Skoda portfolio included estate cars as we know them today. Perhaps the best known examples of these cars, boasting the comfort of a sedan and the loading capacity of a commercial vehicle, were the Skoda Octavia Combi (produced from 1961 to 1971), and the 1202 STW (manufactured until 1973).

(Video) Skoda Superb estate review - CarBuyer

The new Skoda Superb Combi is 4,838 mm long, 1,817 mm wide, and 1,481 mm high. Including the roof rails, delivered as standard and available either anodized or black, the car's height rises to 1,510 mm. The outstanding loading capacity is bigger than anything seen yet in the segment: the luggage compartment holds 633 litres, expanding to a cavernous 1,865 litres when the rear seats are folded down. The width of the tailgate is large enough to accommodate bulky items. The low loading sill, a mere 600 mm above the ground, makes handling baggage easy.

The wealth of interior equipment and fittings in the five-door estate matches that in the car's predecessor. And numerous smart details have been added:

This is the first time it has been possible to equip a Skoda vehicle with the KESSY keyless locking and ignition system. A transmitter in the body of the key communicates with the control unit in the car and unlocks the doors when the handles are touched. The car can also be locked without using a key or remote control central locking by pressing a button on the external handle. The engine can be started and turned off with a button located on the right-hand side of the steering wheel column. To start the engine, the driver first has to press the clutch pedal (in cars with manual transmission) or the brake pedal (if the transmission is automatic).

Another interesting feature of the new Skoda Superb Combi is the optional electrically-operated tailgate. This is delivered with an automatic retractable luggage compartment cover, which is also available separately. When the tailgate is opened, the cover automatically rolls back to the middle position so that there is more room to handle the luggage. Another clever detail in the luggage compartment is the sliding false floor, which can extend over the rear bumper when the tailgate is open to make moving larger items around much easier. Aluminium strips, the netting package and hooks in the luggage compartment offer the perfect luggage restraint system, reliably preventing baggage from sliding around when the vehicle is in motion. What is more, the Skoda Genuine Accessories range includes a bicycle holder, which can be fixed to the lower surface of the luggage compartment after the upper section of the false floor has been removed.

The concept of luggage compartment lighting integrated into the tailgate is another innovation. It illuminates not only the boot, but the whole area around the car's rear section. Another lamp, this time removable, is located on the left side of the luggage compartment. It is battery-powered and when removed from its holder (which doubles up as a charger) it can be used as an economical LED flashlight in the dark. A magnet is built into the lamp so it can simply be placed on the car body - a useful touch, for example, when fixing a puncture.

During the day, the electrically-operated, two-piece panoramic sunroof creates a light, airy atmosphere. If the sunshine becomes too dazzling, a protective blind can be drawn across the glass roof. The glass itself blocks heat, letting in only 10%. Another new feature is the roof-mounted shark fin aerial which, thanks to its leanness and the absence of a whip, elegantly rounds off the roofline.

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Various car radios and navigation systems are available to cater to discerning customers' different needs and wishes. The vehicle's data network can integrate two different 2 DIN car radios with CD/MP3 players and offers a wide range of user-friendly support functions. Electronic navigation is based on a touchscreen Amundsen system enabling the driver to operate all functions intuitively. A top-of-the-range touchscreen Columbus navigation system with integrated hard disk is also available. Other audio technology includes a high-quality audio system with powerful speakers, an Aux-In socket, an MDI (Mobile Device Interface) in the Jumbo Box between the front seats to connect external storage media, and a CD changer.

The Skoda Superb Combi, like the Superb sedan, can be fitted with HHC (Hill Hold Control). The ESP (Electronic Stability Programme) also has TSA (Trailer Stability Assist) for use with factory-fitted towing equipment. This feature is sure to come in handy, as the new Skoda Superb Combi's 2.0 TDI CR DPF/125 kW 4×4 and 3.6 FSI V6/191 kW 4×4 engines are capable of towing trailers with a gross weight of up to 2,000 kilograms. Of course, that is not the only reason to opt for four-wheel drive with the fourth-generation Haldex multi-disc clutch. This system provides a variable torque split to achieve the best possible traction and excellent stability on any surface.

The Skoda Superb Combi's range of engines is largely the same as that for the Skoda Superb sedan. Initially, there will be a choice of three petrol and two diesel engines, all with direct fuel injection and low consumption and emissions.

The 2.0 TDI PD DPF diesel engine generates power of 103 kW (140 k) and is offered in combination with six-gear manual transmission or the six-gear direct shift gearbox (DSG). The maximum torque is 320 Nm at 1,800 to 2,500 rpm. The more powerful of the two diesel engines is the 2.0 TDI CR DPF with an injection common-rail system, generating power of 125 kW (170 k) and achieving maximum torque of 350 Nm at 1,750 to 2,500 rpm. Like its counterpart, this engine works with a six-gear manual transmission or automatic dual-clutch DSG. A particulate filter is fitted as standard.

The successful direct fuel injection campaign is also continuing with the petrol engines. The 1.4 litre four-cylinder TSI engine with six-gear manual transmission, despite its modest displacement, boasts power of 92 kW (125 k) and maximum torque of 200 Nm at 1,500 to 4,000 rpm thanks to its turbocharging.

Another petrol engine is the 1.8 TSI, offering power of 118 kW (160 k) and maximum torque of 250 Nm at 1,500 to 4,500 rpm. Drivers can take their pick of a manual six-gear transmission or automatic seven-gear DSG for the 1.8 TSI. The Skoda Superb Combi's top petrol engine is the 3.6 FSI V6, with power of 191 kW (260 k) and maximum torque of 350 Nm at 2,500 to 5,000 rpm. The 3.6 FSI V6 engine is offered exclusively with an automatic six-gear DSG and four-wheel drive. The control unit of the fourth-generation Haldex clutch facilitates variable torque split. Under normal traction conditions, 96% of power is delivered to the front axle, guaranteeing safe and reliable driving on any surface, not just winter ice and snow. Four-wheel drive is available on request for the 1.8 TSI and 2.0 TDI CR DPF engines.

In many respects, the chassis of the Skoda Superb Combi is based on the chassis of the Superb sedan. However, some modifications have been made to the Combi's chassis configuration to accommodate the higher payload and higher gross weight. The rear axle housing is attached to the body with anti-vibration dampers. These metal and rubber connecting elements increase the comfort of the ride and keep the axle housing separate from the body without negative effects on stability and the axle bracing. This detachment prevents tyre noise and subtle vibrations from being transmitted to the body, where they would cause unwanted noise in the interior. As in the Superb, the McPherson-type front axle with triangular control arms is mounted in aluminium casing. This enhances the kinematics and reduces the axle weight. In the chassis suspension design, the emphasis was on creating a balanced relationship between agility and comfort. The suspension copes excellently with uneven road surfaces; body roll in bends is largely suppressed by the wide track and careful configuration of each part of the chassis. As in the Skoda Superb sedan, the driving dynamics are enhanced by electromechanical steering. The car's pleasantly high-ratio steering gear and track-holding ability do not distort the feel of the road and traction conditions.

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What is a Superb Combi? ›

The SUPERB COMBI is ŠKODA's top-of-the-range model, delivering everything you'll need.

Is the Skoda Superb a reliable car? ›

As of January 2023, the Skoda Superb has a reliability score that's slightly above average, according to warranty data provided exclusively to us by our commercial partner, MotorEasy.

What is the average of Skoda Superb 2010? ›

Skoda Superb 2009-2014 Mileage

The Manual Diesel variant has a mileage of 17.2 kmpl. The Manual Petrol variant has a mileage of 13.7 kmpl. The Automatic Petrol variant has a mileage of 13.7 kmpl.

Is Skoda available in USA? ›

Škoda Auto
Logo (since 2022)
Headquarters in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic
FounderVáclav Laurin and Václav Klement
HeadquartersMladá Boleslav , Czech Republic
Area servedWorldwide (except Japan and North America)
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What is the most luxurious Skoda? ›

Key Highlights of Skoda Cars
Popular ModelsKushaq, Slavia, Superb, Kodiaq
Most ExpensiveSkoda Kodiaq(Rs. 37.99 Lakh)
Affordable ModelSkoda Slavia(Rs. 11.39 Lakh)
Upcoming ModelsSkoda Enyaq iV, Skoda Octavia RS iV, Skoda Kodiaq 2024, Skoda Superb 2024
Fuel TypePetrol
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Is Skoda Superb better than Octavia? ›

The Octavia and Superb both have huge boots and great standard features. They are also both available as either hatchbacks or estate models. The Skoda Superb is the larger of the two, 180mm longer and 37mm wider in total than the Skoda Octavia which makes a big difference for passengers, particularly in the rear seats.

Is Superb expensive to maintain? ›

The estimated maintenance cost of Skoda Superb for 5 years is Rs 56,791.

Why was Skoda Superb discontinued? ›

The Czech automotive giant Skoda's Indian subsidiary, Skoda Auto India, recently pulled the plug on its top-of-the-line sedan, the Superb, in India. The company has discontinued this model in the country due to the lack of sales and noncompliance with new RDE regulations.

How long does a Skoda Superb engine last? ›

Like all cars, diesel models need proper maintenance and their lifespan is highly dependent on the quality of the engine oil and diesel fuel used. If you give them a proper care, they could easily surpass the 250,000-mile mark and remain faithful without huge issues.

Is Skoda German or not? ›

Kvasiny. This plant is the baby in Škoda's family of production facilities in the Czech Republic. This is the place where production lines build the company's flagship – the Superb and two of the Škoda's SUVs - Karoq and Kodiaq.

Why isn t Skoda sold in usa? ›

With no dealer network, no reputation and a model lineup that would need tweaking to legally and culturally work in the US – plus VWs own presence there already – there is no real pull for Skoda there; the same could be said of Seat.

Why is Skoda so popular? ›

Skoda vehicles are secure. Skoda has brand value but the topmost priority is always vehicle security. Passenger safety is a major focus area for the brand.

What is special about Skoda Superb? ›

Skoda Superb top speed is 207 kmph. Nonetheless, the BS6-compliant 2.0-liter TSI engine generates 190 Hp at 4200 rpm and 320 Nm at 1450 rpm. With its engine and 7-speed DSG automatic transmission, the Superb can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in only 7.7 seconds and achieve a top speed of 239 km/h.

Is Skoda Superb worth the price? ›

If you are hesitating to buy Skoda it is likely because of the price on the market. These are some reasons why Skoda Superb cars are worth the expense in terms of quality, luxury, performance, reliability, and also “It is fast, it looks great and it handles great”.

Is Skoda Superb a premium car? ›

Skoda Superb is a premium sedan offering the best features in its range. The car is known for its spacious and luxurious cabin. The seats are well-cushioned and offer excellent support, making long journeys comfortable.

Where does Skoda rank in world? ›

Skoda ranks 20th in the World brand's ranking, consolidating the third position within the Volkswagen Group, only marginally reducing the gap from Audi.

Is Skoda more luxurious than VW? ›

Skodas are widely known for being a quality but more affordable brand, while Volkswagens are renowned for being luxury European cars. There are a variety of factors that will affect you choosing between the two, from price to quality.

Is Skoda a posh car? ›

Skoda luxury cars are one of the most affordable luxury cars in the market that can even beat the more expensive ones in the way that it aims to make the ride as comfortable as possible.

Is a Skoda Superb the same as a VW Passat? ›

The Superb is based on the same Volkswagen Group MQB platform that underpins the Volkswagen Passat.

Is Skoda Superb better than BMW 3 Series? ›

BMW 3 Series vs Skoda Superb

3 Series has 2998 cc (Petrol top model) engine, while Superb has 1984 cc (Petrol top model) engine. As far as mileage is concerned, the 3 Series has a mileage of 13.02 kmpl (Petrol top model)> and the Superb has a mileage of 15.1 kmpl (Petrol top model).

Which is better Passat or Superb? ›

There really isn't much to choose between the two as far as driving is concerned. The Passat delivers what you want and expect, and the Superb is a hushed motorway companion too.

Which luxury car brand is the most expensive to maintain? ›

Which car brands are the most expensive to run? According to the most recent data, BMW tops the list as the most expensive car brand to maintain, followed by Mercedes-Benz, based on estimates of total car maintenance over 10 years.

Does Skoda have high maintenance? ›

This is a very high-maintenance car and I would not recommend this car as there were a lot of issues with this car when I took it for a long drive during summer the engine got overheated and I was not able to drive it over 30 and there were no resolutions from Skoda.

Which car company has highest maintenance cost? ›

Along with Toyota, models from GMC, Nissan, Ford and Chevrolet all incur maintenance costs under one-fifth of the vehicles original price. Mitsubishi, Hyundai, BMW and Volvo are some of the most expensive cars to maintain and have the highest estimated costs after ten years on the road.

What cars are similar to Skoda Superb? ›

Select from the models below to compare cars similar to the Skoda Superb in a side by side comparison.
  • Audi A3.
  • Ford Focus.
  • Ford Mondeo.
  • Holden Calais.
  • Holden Commodore.
  • Honda Accord.
  • Hyundai i40.
  • Hyundai Sonata.

Where is Skoda Superb built? ›

The Czech Republic has always been and will always be the home of ŠKODA. ŠKODA has three plants in its home country: gearboxes for ŠKODA and other VW Group brands are manufactured in Vrchlabí, and cars and batteries are made in Mladá Boleslav and Kvasiny. Take a look at a day in the life of the Kvasiny plant.

Does the Skoda Superb have the same engine as the Golf R? ›

Skoda Superb8/10

The same (EA888) 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder motor that powers the VW Golf R is the engine of choice for the SportLine, and it makes the same 206kW as its corporate cousin.

What is the fuel economy of Skoda Superb? ›

The mileage of Superb Petrol is 15.1 kmpl.

What is the best engine in a Skoda Superb? ›

The most powerful engine available is a 2.0-litre TSI petrol with 276bhp – enough for a 5.3-second sprint to 62mph in the hatch or 5.3 seconds in the estate.

What is the highest mileage Skoda? ›

This 2007 Skoda Octavia with its 1.9-litre turbodiesel engine has just clocked 941,000km. And after driving it for a few days, I've no hesitation in saying it is more than capable of barrelling its way to the million mark.

What is the range of the Superb hybrid? ›

The Superb iV packs a 13kW battery which should give a pure electric range of up to 35 miles. With a full tank of petrol and the batteries topped up Skoda claims you'll have a total range of 578 miles, which almost rivals some Superb diesel models.

Is Superb a RWD? ›

Performance of Superb is backed by a 7 Speed Automatic transmission and Front Wheel Drive (FWD) configuration.

What are the Skoda Superb packages? ›

The Superb comes in six different trim levels – S, SE, SE Technology, SE L Executive, SportLine and Laurin & Klement.

Where is Superb made? ›

Czech Republic

How many miles will a Skoda Superb do? ›

The new Skoda Superb that can do 1,100 miles on a single tank | news - AutoeBid.

How far can a hybrid engine go? ›

With smaller batteries than battery-electrics, plug-in hybrids achieve an electric-only range of 20‒55 miles, during which they produce no tailpipe emissions. When the vehicle uses up its electric range, it switches to gas and drives just like a conventional car.

How long does it take to charge a Skoda Superb? ›

Charging the Skoda Superb iV PHEV takes approximately 3 hours and 37 minutes to charge from zero to full using a typical 7kW home charging point.


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