What is it?

Right since the first-gen model went on sale in India in 2004, the Skoda Superb has always punched above its weight. Solidly put together, incredibly roomy, nice to drive and even good value for what it offers, the Superb has always been a brilliantly-rounded model that’ll have you question the need to spend so much more for a like-sized German luxury sedan.

For 2020, the Skoda Superb gets a nip and tuck, a few feature revisions and makes the dramatic move to petrol-only power. The very likeable 2.0-litre diesel engine has been dropped while the 1.8 TSI turbo-petrol has made way for a newer and more powerful 2.0 TSI turbo-petrol unit. There are two distinct flavours of the Superb on offer – the driver-centric Sportline and the luxury-oriented Laurin & Klement (L&K) – though the distinction is merely down to exterior and interior packages.

 

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