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2019 Skoda Superb new review and video specs

Music by: Jarico - Landscape Skoda Superb plug-in hybrid will arrive next year, will have a range of over 60 kilometers using electricity instead of optional equipment will be sold as a completely separate drive variant. Here are the details. Superb electrified will be able to move about 70 kilometers on electricity, thanks to the battery of 13 kilowatts. Director of the Department responsible for the operation, Martin Hrdlička believes that the Superb have official CO2 emissions of 31 g / km - which is 9g / km less than the Passat.

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2018 Skoda Superb Vs 2018 VW Passat

Volkswagen Passat vs Skoda Superb Comparison The luxury sedan segment has seen some action lately. This segment of ₹ 25-40 lakhs had turned drab sometime back as buyers had shifted their focus towards SUVs. However, with the recent launches and product updates, it seems that buyers are returning to buy these cars,though not so high in numbers. The Volkswagen Passat, which was withdrawn from the market has been relaunched recently. We compare it to another updated product in this segment which is the new Skoda Superb. How do these two compare? Which one should you buy? We tell you in the Volkswagen Passat vs Skoda Superb Comparison. Design The Volkswagen Passat comes in an all new avatar now. It is built on the MQB platform. The Passat gets a new look, in line with modern VW products. The front grille runs end to end as a single piece between the headlamps, which seems to be integrated into it. It is similar to the Tiguan. The headlamps look unique and are full LED ones. They have daytime runnng LEDs surrounding the lamps. This looks really cool and classy as well. The side sees a silhouette that is reminiscent of a coupe, as the roofline slopes towards the rear. There is a bold shoulder line that gives a lot of character to the car. The rear is nothing to write home about. It looks similar to the earlier version, but a little sharper this time. The alloy wheels are attractive 17-inch ones. The Skoda Superb has also got a facelift last year. This car is also built on the same MQB platform that the Passat uses. The front grille has vertical chrome slats and even gets a chrome surround. The daytime running LEDs and indicator lamps are enclosed in the same housing. The fog lamp’s design too is well chiseled. The hood has prominent lines and the centre forms a slender nose. Another very attractive styling are the intricately detailed headlights, which celebrate the renowned Bohemian glass cutting skills. The bi-xenon headlamps are engraved with a decorative cut to make it look appealing. The Superb is longer than the Passat by 106mm. Design and styling is a matter of choice and though both are good looking cars, our preference is the Superb, coz of its sharper looks. Interior The Passat gets all new interiors. Just like the exterior front grille, the dashboard has a single piece look. The aircon vents are continuous from end to end and follow the same design language. The interior theme is black so looks sporty. There are wood inserts on the dah and door pads that make it premium. The instrument console is interesting with deep set in twin dials. The steering wheel is borrowed from the Polo / Vento. There is a touchscreen that feels good to operate and gets all the bells and whistles expected in this segment.The seats are comfortable with electric adjustment for driver and passenger. The driver seat additionally gets a lower back massage function too. What I particularly like was the two way adjustable head-restraints, which is up-down and back-forth. The rear is pretty spacious but has an intrusive tunnel, which makes the third passenger difficult to be seated. The boot gets an electric opening. The Skoda Superb gets a dual tone interior them – black and beige. This feels more airy as compared to the Passat. The dashboard is standard Skoda style with a good feel and solid build. The instrument cluster is not as exciting as the Passat and the steering wheel is also common to other Skodas. The touchscreen system has similar functionality like the Passat. The front seats have electric adjustment and the passenger seat can be easily adjusted from the rear as well, due to easily accessible controls for rear passengers. The rear of the Superb has more legroom than the Passat. It gets identical rear AC vents with climate control. The rear seats feel more plush as well. This car excels in rear seat comfort. Engine and Performance VW Passat Engine Type 2.0-litre TDI 2.0-litre TDI Max Power 175bhp @ 3600-4000rpm 175bhp @ 3600-4000rpm Max Torque 350Nm @ 1500-3500rpm 350Nm @ 1500-3500rpm Transmission 6-Speed DSG 6-Speed DSG Engine and Performance VW Passat Engine Type 2.0-litre TDI Max Power 175bhp @ 3600-4000rpm Max Torque 350Nm @ 1500-3500rpm Transmission 6-Speed DSG Skoda Superb 2.0-litre TDI 175bhp @ 3600-4000rpm 350Nm @ 1500-3500rpm 6-Speed DSG Both cars share the same engine, diesel that is. The Passat is offered only in diesel, whereas the Superb also has a petrol option. We are hence, comparing only the diesels. The diesel engines of both these cars have similar specs. A 2.0-litre TDI engine with 175bhp of power and 350Nm of torque is what you find in both of them. However, their behavior is slightly different from each other. Full Review

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Skoda Superb Estate – why it’s our 2018 Estate Car of the Year | What Car? | Sponsored new
The Skoda Superb Estate’s spacious and practical load area instantly made it a contender for our 2018 Estate Car of the Year prize. Add in a potent, tax-friendly 2.0 TDI engine and an SE trim that includes plenty of desirable features, and that compelling case becomes even more cast-iron.

After hearing our verdict, Skoda asked us to create this video explaining our decision.

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