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Skoda Superb Estate?

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vigglewiggle Sun 11-Nov-12 16:47:56

Thinking of getting one - why should I? Why shouldn't I?

bureni Sun 11-Nov-12 16:56:19

Just a Volkswagon Passat estate rebadged, a lot depends on what engine you choose really. The diesel TDI 1.9 is an excellent and powerful engine, one of the best you can buy.

vigglewiggle Sun 11-Nov-12 17:26:56

I'm looking at the 2.0 tdi DSG elegance. I'm quite taken with it, but just wondered if anyone has any (good or bad) experience.

vigglewiggle Mon 12-Nov-12 09:35:24

Bumping for any other views smile.

vigglewiggle Mon 12-Nov-12 18:37:49

Anyone? Got to make a decision soon!

WMittens Mon 12-Nov-12 20:10:45

Luxury Car of the Year 2009, apparently. Lots of kit on it, Elegance looks to be the middle trim level, should be good for nearly 50mpg, reasonable tax*. Doubt you'll go far wrong, get it bought.

*There are two versions of the 2.0 TDI engine, the more powerful one (170hp) is actually in the lower tax band. Check which one it comes with, but from what I can find the DSG will come with the 170.

Waswondering Mon 12-Nov-12 20:16:11

Our neighbour has one in black and I think it's lovely .... so aesthetically on the driveway it's very nice. No idea what it's like as a car though know a couple of folks with Skodas who have been v v pleased with them.

vigglewiggle Mon 12-Nov-12 20:35:28

Thank you both. I like aesthetic views aswell as the techy stuff. It was the good reviews that led me to it in the first place mittens but I hadn't thought about the tax banding - will check.

Glittertwins Mon 12-Nov-12 20:38:48

Dad used to have a Superb, really comfy and had no problems with it even doing something like 80 000 miles in 3 years (company car).

vigglewiggle Mon 12-Nov-12 21:46:26

Good to know, though I'll be doing much less than that. My current car is 8 years old and has 24,000 miles! The salesman had the cheek to ask if it was genuine mileage!

LostInWales Mon 12-Nov-12 21:51:19

I have an Octavia Scout estate and I love it, great to drive, really happy with it, can't imagine owning a different type of car now.

vigglewiggle Mon 12-Nov-12 22:07:35

I love the look of the Octavia Scout. Unfortunately they've stopped making them at the moment and it's impossible to find a used one with the spec I'm after. I probably do need the extra space in the Superb, but if i didnt I would love a Scout!

LostInWales Mon 12-Nov-12 22:15:21

Oh no have they stopped making them? They are really into the Yeti version at the moment. What a bugger, it was hard enough finding this one second hand.

vigglewiggle Mon 12-Nov-12 22:42:18

They are remodelling the octavia, so you can't currently order a new one yet, not sure whether they will include a Scout in the new range.

BlueChampagne Sat 09-Feb-13 23:37:41

Put off by only a available in automatic. New Octavias may mean better prices on older ones.

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