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Skoda Superb (2002–2008)

Last updated 28 February 2017

Old model Passat stretched with extra rear legroom. Well liked by owners, especially taxi drivers.
Accident damage parts supply problems.
Updated 28 February 2017

Report of offside rear door of 2007 Skoda Superb becoming impossible to open either from inside or outside. Locked firmly shut and could not be over-ridden.

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You get a lot of car for £14,200 these days. With the Skoda Superb you get 10.4 centimetres more than the VW Passat on which it is based for £650 less money.

That translates into so much rear legroom that back seat passengers may complain of loneliness. And it gives the Superb a very elegant, limo-like look from the rear three-quarters.

Skoda Superb TDI PD 130 2002 Road Test

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Still trundling on after 16 years, but has some annoyances!
Absolutely fantastic
Sublimely Comfortable
a lot of car - and I want to keep it.
A fantastic car with a dud engine!
Comfortable, well built, a pleasure to drive It's a 2 litre Diesel Manual ( Not available in the drop down box )

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