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Skoda Superb facelift

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Introduce

The Skoda Superb is perhaps the best example of value for money (VFM) cars ever – it’s not a tightly packed entry-level hatchback from the Pacific Rim phệ pick up. appreciated for the price. In fact, it’s European and so generously sized that even the strongest Scandinavians don’t wince at the prospect of using it for their daily commute. In terms of size, it’s almost on par with the Mercedes E-Class or BMW 5 Series – of course it doesn’t offer all the gizmos, but then the cost of a fraction of the money not only allows you phệ use the rest better but also allows you phệ get in the spotlight if you don’t like unnecessary attention – say from the income tax department!

This is the ‘why’ that has made the Superb so successful in India, but that hasn’t stopped Skoda from upgrading the sedan, perhaps making it even harder for the competition phệ catch up.

Look

The new 2014 Superb is a facelift and the styling is what sets it apart from its predecessor. The unmistakable appearance of the Superb, the slightly sloping bonnet and the flat trunk with a thick C-pillar make identification of this vehicle very simple. However, there are enough changes, so even the most naive will not mistake it for an older version.

The most obvious change phệ the façade is the new chrome ‘butterfly’ grille that first appeared on the new Octavia. The new two-tone logo sits just above and below the redesigned bonnet. The headlight panel has been changed and is in line with the times with bi-xenon lights and LED daytime running lights. Like DRLs, the C-shaped turn signals are also made of LED and look very luxurious. The front fog lamp bumper is also refreshed, the front bumper also contains Elegance-style headlight washers.

Behind the Superb is now a lot of Audish; Turning on the taillights and semi-LED lights reinforces this belief. The spoiler, bumper and trunk lid have sharper touches and the number plate has moved up from the bumper phệ rest on the trunk lid. While the new Superb’s tail ‘top’ lights look elegant, overall I’m not very pleased with the new shape. It looks too similar phệ the design of Volkswagens and Audis. The side panels have not changed much except for the new 10-spoke Helix alloy, which adds phệ the overall character of the car.

Interior & Engine

Changes phệ the 2014 Superb’s interior are limited. A three-spoke steering wheel with new logos and a ‘Bolero’ music system with CD changer are standard on all versions.

The mechanic hasn’t changed either. This petrol version has a 1.8-liter TSI engine with the option of a six-speed manual and a seven-speed DSG that delivers 158 hp phệ the front wheels. Diesel variants also get the same 140bhp 2.0 ltre TDI with the option of a six-speed manual or a DSG AT.

No changes have been made phệ the mechanics of the new car and the Superb’s handling and handling are still as flawless as before. Despite its large size, the Superb does not feel heavy at high speeds and the ability phệ corner at high speeds is quite good. The steering is gentle but precise and the cabin is very well insulated.

Identify

I repeat, Superb is the most premium car VFM in India. It doesn’t have direct finishing, the Volkswagen Passat is more expensive, and the rest of the sedans in the segment don’t have a diesel option. Nothing has changed in the Superb – all this facelift does is make the car appear more visible. The exterior now looks modern but retains the simplicity of Skoda. The cabin is spacious and the best place phệ stay is the back bench. Talking specifically about the sub-Rs 25 lakh price, this is the best car and also the reason that no auto journalist snaps Skoda phệ give it the name ‘Amazing’.

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Introduction
The Skoda Superb is probably the best example of (VFM) value-for-money cars ever – it is not a tightly packaged entry-level hatchback from the Pacific Rim that gets applause for the price tag. In fact, it is European and of such generous size that even the mightiest of Scandinavians won’t grimace at the prospect of using this for daily commute. In size it is almost on par with the Mercedes E-Class or BMW 5 Series – of course it does not offer all the gizmos, but then costs a fraction of the money that not only lets you put the rest phệ better use but also allows you phệ slip under the radar if you don’t like unnecessary attention – say from the income tax department!
This is ‘the’ reason that the Superb has been so successful in India, but that has not kept Skoda from upgrading the sedan, probably making it even more difficult for the competition phệ catch up.Looks
The new 2014 Superb is a facelift and styling is what differentiates it from its predecessor. The silhouette is unmistakably Superb, the slightly sloping bonnet and flat boot with a thick C-pillar make it simple phệ identify this car. However, there are enough changes, so even the most naïve won’t mistake it for the older version.

The most obvious change phệ the façade is the new chrome-laden ‘butterfly’ grille that was first seen on the new Octavia. The new two-toned logo sits just above it and below the re-profiled bonnet. The headlamp console has been changed and keeping with the times gets bi-xenon lamps and LED daytime running lights. Like the DRLs, the C-shaped turn-blinkers are also made of LEDs and look very upmarket. The fog lamps front bumper has also been refreshed, the bumper also houses the headlamp washers in the Elegance trim.

The rear of the Superb is now a lot Audish; turn on the tail lights and part-LED lamps will further strengthen this belief. The spoiler, bumper and boot lid have sharper features and the number plate has moved up from the bumper phệ sit on the boot lid. While the lights ‘on’ the tail of the new Superb looks elegant, but in general I am not very happy about the new shape. It looks too similar phệ the tailgates of the Volkswagens and Audis. The side profile hasn’t changed much apart from new 10-spoke Helix alloys that add phệ the overall character of the car.Interiors & Engine
Changes phệ the interiors of the 2014 Superb are limited. There is a three-spoke steering wheel with new logo and the ‘Bolero’ music system with CD changer is standard across all variants.

The mechanicals haven’t changed either. This petrol version gets the 1.8-litre TSI unit with the option of six-speed manual and seven-speed DSG gearbox delivering 158bhp phệ the front wheels. The diesel variants also get the same 140bhp 2.0-ltre TDI mill with an option of a six-speed manual or DSG AT gearbox.
There are no changes phệ the mechanicals of the new car and the ride and handling of the Superb is as impeccable as before. Despite the size, the Superb does not feel heavy at high speeds and is quite capable of taking corners at high speed. The steering is light but precise and the cabin is very well insulated. Verdict
I repeat, the Superb is the most VFM premium car in India. It has no direct completion, the Volkswagen Passat is more expensive and the rest of the sedans in the segment don’t have a diesel option. Nothing has changed in the Superb – all that this facelift does is make the car appear more up phệ date. The exteriors now look modern and yet retain Skoda’s simplicity. The cabin is spacious and the best place phệ be is the rear bench. Talking specifically of the sub Rs 25 lakh price point, this is the best car and also the reason that none of the auto journalists have taken a shot at Skoda for naming it the ‘Superb’. Skoda Superb [2014-2016] #Skoda #Superb #facelift
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Introduction
The Skoda Superb is probably the best example of (VFM) value-for-money cars ever – it is not a tightly packaged entry-level hatchback from the Pacific Rim that gets applause for the price tag. In fact, it is European and of such generous size that even the mightiest of Scandinavians won’t grimace at the prospect of using this for daily commute. In size it is almost on par with the Mercedes E-Class or BMW 5 Series – of course it does not offer all the gizmos, but then costs a fraction of the money that not only lets you put the rest phệ better use but also allows you phệ slip under the radar if you don’t like unnecessary attention – say from the income tax department!
This is ‘the’ reason that the Superb has been so successful in India, but that has not kept Skoda from upgrading the sedan, probably making it even more difficult for the competition phệ catch up.Looks
The new 2014 Superb is a facelift and styling is what differentiates it from its predecessor. The silhouette is unmistakably Superb, the slightly sloping bonnet and flat boot with a thick C-pillar make it simple phệ identify this car. However, there are enough changes, so even the most naïve won’t mistake it for the older version.

The most obvious change phệ the façade is the new chrome-laden ‘butterfly’ grille that was first seen on the new Octavia. The new two-toned logo sits just above it and below the re-profiled bonnet. The headlamp console has been changed and keeping with the times gets bi-xenon lamps and LED daytime running lights. Like the DRLs, the C-shaped turn-blinkers are also made of LEDs and look very upmarket. The fog lamps front bumper has also been refreshed, the bumper also houses the headlamp washers in the Elegance trim.

The rear of the Superb is now a lot Audish; turn on the tail lights and part-LED lamps will further strengthen this belief. The spoiler, bumper and boot lid have sharper features and the number plate has moved up from the bumper phệ sit on the boot lid. While the lights ‘on’ the tail of the new Superb looks elegant, but in general I am not very happy about the new shape. It looks too similar phệ the tailgates of the Volkswagens and Audis. The side profile hasn’t changed much apart from new 10-spoke Helix alloys that add phệ the overall character of the car.Interiors & Engine
Changes phệ the interiors of the 2014 Superb are limited. There is a three-spoke steering wheel with new logo and the ‘Bolero’ music system with CD changer is standard across all variants.

The mechanicals haven’t changed either. This petrol version gets the 1.8-litre TSI unit with the option of six-speed manual and seven-speed DSG gearbox delivering 158bhp phệ the front wheels. The diesel variants also get the same 140bhp 2.0-ltre TDI mill with an option of a six-speed manual or DSG AT gearbox.
There are no changes phệ the mechanicals of the new car and the ride and handling of the Superb is as impeccable as before. Despite the size, the Superb does not feel heavy at high speeds and is quite capable of taking corners at high speed. The steering is light but precise and the cabin is very well insulated. Verdict
I repeat, the Superb is the most VFM premium car in India. It has no direct completion, the Volkswagen Passat is more expensive and the rest of the sedans in the segment don’t have a diesel option. Nothing has changed in the Superb – all that this facelift does is make the car appear more up phệ date. The exteriors now look modern and yet retain Skoda’s simplicity. The cabin is spacious and the best place phệ be is the rear bench. Talking specifically of the sub Rs 25 lakh price point, this is the best car and also the reason that none of the auto journalists have taken a shot at Skoda for naming it the ‘Superb’. Skoda Superb [2014-2016]

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