Skoda Superb

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₹ 25.34 - ₹ 32.73 Lakh
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Superb Specifications
Engine 1798 cc
Power 177.46 bhp
Transmission Manual
Driver Airbag Yes
Turbo Charger Yes
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes

From the experts

Things We Like in Superb
  • Timeless design, superb builds quality, fit and finish
  • Fully loaded with features such as 3-zone climate control, touchscreen audio system, sunroof and more
  • Top notch rear comfort matching the luxury cars priced twice
Things We Dont Like in Superb
  • The diesel engine gets a bit vocal when on the move reducing the premium experience
  • Lack of hybrid variant unlike its rivals Accord and Camry
  • DSG gearbox is known for breakdowns, long term reliability is questionable

Price List of Superb

Variant Price Specifications  
Style 2.0 TDI AT ₹ 29.45 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1968 cc, 174.5 bhp, Automatic, Diesel
LK 2.0 TDI AT ₹ 32.73 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1968 cc, 174.5 bhp, Automatic, Diesel
Sportline 2.0 TDi AT ₹ 31.49 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1968 cc, 174.5 bhp, Automatic, Diesel
Corporate 1.8 TSI MT ₹ 23.99 Lakh*
OTR Price
1798 cc, 177.46 bhp, Manual, Petrol
Style 1.8 TSI MT ₹ 25.34 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1798 cc, 177.46 bhp, Manual, Petrol
Style 1.8 TSI AT ₹ 27.01 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1798 cc, 177.46 bhp, Automatic, Petrol
Sportline 1.8 TSI AT ₹ 28.99 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1798 cc, 177.46 bhp, Automatic, Petrol
LK 1.8 TSI AT ₹ 30.29 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1798 cc, 177.46 bhp, Automatic, Petrol
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Skoda Superb Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 25.09 - ₹ 32.41 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 25.34 - ₹ 32.73 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 25.09 - ₹ 32.41 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 25.09 - ₹ 32.41 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 23.99 - ₹ 31.49 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 25.34 - ₹ 32.73 Lakh

Skoda Superb Colors

Superb is available in 4 different colors - Glacier White, Black Magic Pearl Effect, Magnetic Brown and Business Grey Metallic.

  • Glacier White

  • Black Magic Pearl Effect

  • Magnetic Brown

  • Business Grey Metallic

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Superb Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Petrol kmpl 14.67 kmpl
Diesel kmpl 18.19 kmpl

Review of Superb

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Skoda Superb has been the Skoda’s flagship model for years and now it’s in its third generation form. The Superb is the sedan that is known for its power, amazing features, comfort and space. The new generation Superb along with updated equipment is a lot more stylish and spacious. Skoda Superb was introduced in the Indian car market over a decade ago and still performing great giving all the bells and whistles of BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E-Class. The vehicle evolved as an executive saloon and the new generation model has been sculpted by a more modern and more emotional design language, plus a lot more practicality and performance than the predecessor.
On the outside, Skoda Superb saloon gets the stylish looking front and new design language. The saloon has the most eye catchy appearance, the first glance would surely make you stare at the car for a while. Embracing the new MQB platform, Superb gets the increase in its length by 80mm. On the front, Skoda Superb gets large and wide hood with sharp lines. It gets the signature black finished wide radiator grille with chrome surroundings. The car features sharp and sleek headlight units and horizontal fog lamps placed low on the bumper. On the sides, Skoda Superb gets massive wheels with multiple spoke alloys and attractive design. At the back, its gets LED tail lamps that are designed captivate the onlookers. The windscreen cascades quite smoothly onto the boot.
Dimensionally, Skoda Superb measures 4861mm in length, 1468mm in height and 1864mm in width. It means that new model is longer and also wider as compared to the older version. The wheelbase stands at 2841mm while the ground clearance is 164mm. Skoda Superb is available in four different colour schemes such as Candy White, Black Magic Pearl effect, Magnetic Brown Metallic and Business Grey Metallic. The Sportline model features glossy black finishing on the front grille, ORVMs and window frames. It also gets 17-inch dual toned alloy wheels, blackened lip spoiler as well as chrome highlights on rear diffuser. The Sportline model is only available in three colours namely Velvet Red Metallic, Moon White Metallic and Steel Grey Uni.
Inside the cabin, Skoda Superb has received quite a number of changes in terms of design and equipment. The space is the prime attribute here as the car is roomier and the passengers feel quite comfortable in there. The dashboard gets the new design while the dual-tone colour scheme along with the piano black finish and chrome accents increases its premium appeal. Everything used in the Skoda Superb is top notch and adds to its class. Another thing that adds to appeal is the quality of dials and buttons placed on the centre console. In terms of gadgetry, Skoda Superb gets Skoda audio player with touchscreen controls and SmartLink connectivity which bundles Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink. Further, there is canton sound system with 12 speakers, navigation system, voice command control, LCD TFT colour display, panoramic electric sunroof, 12-way electrically adjustable driver seat. Other features are 3-zone climate control, cruise control, push start/stop button, rear parking sensors, steering mounted audio controls and rear parking camera.
The Sportline model gets all black cabin as opposed to the black and beige combination in the standard model. Other additional features include 12-way electrically adjustable Alcantara leather bucket seats at the front, door sills, flat bottomed steering with paddle shifters and SUPERB inscription and chrome pedals.
Skoda Superb is available in both the diesel and petrol engine options. The car gets 1.8L TSI petrol powertrain and 2.0L TDI diesel engine. Its 1.8L petrol mill is capable of generating the power output of 180PS and the maximum torque of 250Nm. The 2.0L diesel oil burner can churn the power output of 177PS and belts out the peak torque of 350Nm. Transmission duties in the Skoda Superb are handled by 6-speed manual gearbox and 7-speed DSG unit. The diesel engine comes with 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox while there is no manual transmission available with this engine. In terms of fuel efficiency, ARAI certified figures for petrol stands at 14.12kmpl for manual and 14.67kmpl for automatic. As for the diesel with automatic gearbox, the fuel efficiency stands at 18.16kmpl. The riding quality of the car is quite good, handling is also one of the best in its class as it’s a flagship car. Skoda Superb drives quite well even on the bad roads.
Safety aspects aboard the premium saloon Skoda Superb are numerous. The car comes with wide range of safety features that includes multiple airbags two at the front, side airbags, rear, front and curtain airbags. Further, the electronic aids include multi-collision brake assist, pedestrian protection, fatigue detection system, hill hold control, anti-lock braking system and electronic brakeforce distribution. Other additional safety features are central locking, child safety lock, traction control, automatic headlamps, rain sensing wipers, headlight washer and cornering lights.
Skoda Superb is available in three trims including Style, Sportline and L&K. The price for the vehicle starts from Rs. 25.99 lakh and goes up to Rs. 33.49 lakh. As the car is available in both the diesel and petrol versions, the pricing also varies. The base trim Superb Style 1.8TSI MT is tagged at Rs. 25.99 lakh, its 2.0 TDI AT is available at the price tag of Rs. 30.29 lakh. The Sportline 1.8 TSI AT is offered at the price tag of Rs. 28.99 lakh while its top-selling L&K TSI AT is available at the price tag of Rs. 30.99 lakh. The Superb Sportline 2.0 TDI AT is tagged at Rs. 31.49 lakh. The top of the line trim Superb L&K is available at the price tag of Rs. 33.49 lakh, ex-showroom. In terms of competition, Skoda Superb does not fear much as it lies in the competitive pricing zone. The Skoda Superb competes against Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and Volkswagen Passat in the segment.


Skoda Superb is a quintessential of opulence and luxury. Open the door and it shuts with a solid thump cocooning the occupants from the outside world. The car shares a hell lot of interior elements with the sibling Octavia and if you are asked to differentiate between the two interiors, you would have a tough time doing that. The quality of interiors is unquestionably top notch with glossy black plastics replacing the old faux wood. There is also less chrome detailing as compared to the earlier model.
Moreover, in terms of look and feel, the cabin of Superb is very well comparable to the segment above cars. The ergonomics especially the feel of the buttons and knows echoes well with the image of the vehicle. The 6.5 inch touchscreen infotainment system works fine and can be synchronized with the techs such as Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink. Further, there are connectivity options Bluetooth, USB, Aux-In and SD Card coupled with sound quality featuring 4 front and 4 rear speakers. The same infotainment also relays feeds from the reverse parking camera but the quality of camera seems to be poor.
In terms of interior storage, there seems to be place for everything in this vehicle. The new generation Skoda Superb features horde of compartments, pockets and holders. The jumbo box storage compartment which lies under the front armrest can hold electronic items as well as keep your snacks cool. Ahead of the armrest lies dual drink holder which has an anti-slip design allowing the driver or co-passenger to open the bottle with one hand. The dashboard features a large glovebox compartment which can also be cooled if the AC is on. Then there is rear armrest which can also hold two cups or small bottles and also have small storage space.
This also brings us to the boot space. The luggage compartment has the capacity of 625L and can be extended to 1760L with the rear seats folded down. Here also Skoda has played clever in terms of practicality. At times our hands are full of luggage and items creating problem in opening the boot. The virtual pedal feature allows a person to swipe the foot under the boot and the boot lid opens magically. The feature is exclusively available with the KESSY system (keyless entry and start & exit system).
In terms of seating, the driver gets electrically adjustable seat and the seating position is a lot better than the previous model. The 3-spoke steering wrapped in leather can be electrically adjustable and holds controls for radio phone and gear shifts. The driver seat comes with memory function which can store three different driving seat positions. The rear seats are the area which is a real gem. They are well-cushioned with nice all-round support. The downside here is that the passengers could find discomfort as there are no dedicated air-con blower controls as the 3-zone climate control air conditioning takes some time to cool down the entire cabin.
However, it is compensated by the sheer amount of space at the back. The seats are sumptuous and extremely comfortable with enough room legroom and kneeroom for a passenger as tall as 6 feet. And if still not comfortable then the car allows the rear passengers to shift or slide the front passenger seat to create more space. And the carmaker rightly calls it the ‘Boss Button’. Below the AC vents you will find a storage area along with 12V power socket.
Talking about the Laurin & Klement edition, the interiors are exclusively designed in stone beige perforated leather with piano black décor. The L&K branding can be seen on the seats, door sills and the dashboard. And the Boss Button mentioned above is available only in L&K variant while the front seats are ventilated. The touchscreen infotainment in this model gets more powerful 12 speakers 610W Canton surround sound system. The instrument cluster gets colourful display while there is also ambient lighting system.
The car also comes with panoramic sunroof which opens up a large window at the roof with a touch of a button. Other comfort features in the car include cruise control, sunblinds, diffused footwell lighting, two boot lamps in luggage compartment and coat hook on rear door handles among others. Overall, Skoda Superb’s cabin is an awesome place to be in. It cuts out the commotion of the outside world and let you groove into good music and pleasurable drive. Superb is a meticulously practical car which has the potential to beat luxury cars costing as much as twice the price.


Skoda Super is undoubtedly the crowning glory of the entire line up. For all the qualities, the previous model of Skoda Superb was not fit to be called as ‘conventionally beautiful’, the overall proportions were odd. Especially, when we compare the silhouette of the previous version with the new one, the front overhang has been abridged while the roofline gets a coupe-ish appearance. The boot has also been stretched and with conjunction with longer wheelbase, it translates into more space inside the cabin. The B-pillar is smoother and makes up a larger glass house area, increasing the visibility.
Superb’s unique design tempts to stare it for a long time. The styling seems to be cutting-edge with angular contours and sharp dynamic lines flowing across the vehicle. The car resembles the sibling Octavia but it has identity of its own. At the front, the cut headlamps feature intricate details. The bi-xenon headlights boast of decorative cut crystal high beam lamps with LED DRLs. And what’s unique in the headlight cluster is that the LED DRLs will double up as turn indicators. This along with imposing lines on the bonnet and the large signature grille, lends the car a striking front look.
Turn to the sides and you will see a great deal of sportiness in the form of well-defined belt line and the athletic 17-inch alloy wheels which perfectly fills in the wheel arches. Further, the sleek sharp contours on the ORVMs with integrated turn indicators, spruce up the sporty look while the huge mirrors ensures total functionality. One thing that would give horrible experience to the customer is that the sunroof open and slides over the body.
The rear profile too synchronizes well with the overall profile. The large two-part tail lamps features crystalline c-shaped LED elements while the reverse lamps and LED part of the fog lights gives it a unique identity. They look absolutely stunning at night. Overall, the carmaker has paid special attention to even the minutest details in the new Skoda Superb.
Mileage and running cost
The new Skoda Superb underpins the MQB platform, which makes it 75kg lighter than the earlier model, hence improved efficiency. If fuel economy is one of the most wanted things in your list, then the diesel version will be best in this regard as it delivers ARAI certified 18.19kmpl. However, the petrol model is also frugal given the nature of the car as it is able to return 14.67kmpl.
The real world mileage figures will be definitely different but still you can expect around 9-12kmpl from petrol variant and 14-16kmpl in the diesel version.

Comfort Suspension

The main objective of this sedan is to give utmost comfort to the passengers and it does this quite well. The ride quality is agile and the car gulps up the most road imperfections with confidence. Though the suspension is extremely rigid, it never translates to discomfort inside the cabin. But this car is really meant for cruising down the highways in a relaxed manner instead of fast-paced fuzziness. This doesn’t mean the car is not capable of doing that, it can but the vehicle would feel slightly bulky and out of its class while doing it.
Riding at city speeds, there is little that upsets this car unless the potholes and undulations are sharp enough. The downside here is the low ground clearance which tends to invite under-body scratches. Both at the front and the rear end, the ride quality is comfortable with the car remain planted even if it goes well above 100kmph mark. Moreover, being a low slung sedan, it has its own benefits especially at the corners. The body roll is well under control as the car barbs into corners at your command.
Talking about the steering wheel, it is super light when you are driving at city speeds while bulk up when you hit the three digit speeds. Even on a set of twist and turns, there is more than enough feedback. The overall ride quality is truly impressive.

Engine Performance

The engine options continue to be the same. The 1.8L direct injection turbocharged petrol motor pumps out 180PS and 320Nm of torque. The same engine also powers the Octavia and Audi A3 sedans in the country. In Superb, the carmaker has reworked the engine for better performance. The engine comes with the option of 6-speed manual and 7-speed automatic DSG gearbox. Talking about the manual one, some might feel the manual transmission irrelevant in this car but it does make sense.
The manual option is especially for those who want the car to be chauffeur driven. And even if someone wants to drive the car on his own, it brings an absolute joy. Push the engine start/stop button and the Superb rapidly turns into muted refined idle state. The gearbox is exceptionally slick and shifting up and down is a breeze. The acceleration is smooth and the car goes through the gears very quickly to reach the three digit speeds in no time. The in-gear acceleration is pretty quick and it takes just a little effort to downshift and get past those heavy trucks. With manual transmission, the car is capable of reaching the 100kmph mark from nil in 8.42 seconds.
Now coming to the automatic gearbox, the 7-speed DSG is well known. The downside of having the automatic gearbox is that you will get less torque @250Nm as opposed to 320Nm with the manual one. And this does reflect a bit when you are in dire need of thrust. You would then use paddle shifters on the steering and all the available revs due to that torque deficit. But then on the flipside, you will get one of the swiftest shifting gearboxes. Moreover, with this automatic transmission you also get various driving modes depending upon the type of usage. The automatic is also close to manual one with the car doing the 0-100kmph stint in just 8.52 seconds. Overall, the petrol motor offer quick rev along with solid mid-range punch and without any jerkiness at low speeds.
The 2.0L TDi diesel engine on the other hand, is good for producing 177PS and 350Nm of torque. The turbocharged diesel engine has been the part of many VW cars including Golf and Audi A6. The engine is a well performer but the only issue with it is the noise level. Even if it is in the idle state, it sounds industrial something which is unfitting for a car in this class. The diesel engine is only available with the 6-speed DSG automatic tiptronic gearbox with paddle shifters on the steering wheel.
There are three different driving modes in the car namely Eco, Normal, Sport as well as Individual mode. The Eco mode changes how and when the air conditioning starts which means helping the driver save every drop of fuel. So, as long as you are in the Eco or Normal mode, the city driving is a breeze. There is no turbo lag, however, if you are cruising in the Eco mode, the lazy throttle feedback at touring speeds may come close. If you are in the Normal mode, there is linear power delivery and more than sufficient torque throughput to allow you cut the small gaps in the traffic with ease. The torque feels just adequate for a car of this stature.
The gear changes are unbroken and unless you are driving harsh, you won’t notice the gear changes. However, when it comes to downshifts, you will notice especially more if you are in a pedal to the metal mood. But even if you are planning to drive this car hard, make sure you switch to Sport mode. The response of the throttle is excellent in this mode with better feedback from the steering. Also, the gearbox will be able to hold the revs much higher allowing you to get the full 350Nm of torque instantly.
But when you try to drive it hard, the car tends to get tired too quickly. So, it’s better to set the cruising speed to a comfortable limit, switch on the seat ventilation and keep going on open stretches happily.

Braking Safety

The sedan comes with all disc brakes and the capability is phenomenal especially halting the car from high speeds. And with electronic aids such as ABS with EBD, multi-collision brake assist, mechanical brake assistant and hydraulic brake assistant, the driver and the passengers are rest assured of safety ahead.
Skoda is known for providing utmost safety to its passengers and this car is no exception. Other crucial safety aspects in the car include 8 airbags, anti-slip regulation, traction control, electronic differential lock, electromechanical parking brake, electronic stability control, parking sensors at both front and rear with rear camera, pedestrian protection, fatigue detection system, central locking and cornering lights.

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