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The Skoda Superb formula hasn't actually changed all that much down the years. It offers executive-style space with family-style pricing. That's what we've come to expect. And that's what this much improved second generation version delivered.
Prior to developing this facelifted MK2 model, Skoda had been quietly and assiduously building its reputation as a manufacturer of quality vehicles. This post-2013 Superb was no exception and at the end of its brief two year production run, used market buyers quickly realised that with this car, they could get something with top-drawer build quality for the price of a middling new model Vauxhall Corsa. Here's what to look out for is you fancy a bit of that action.
The Skoda Superb has always been one of those cars that leave you thinking 'hmmm, interesting' when you're doing your online used car trawl. Then you look at something that you think is genuinely interesting. It's only when you stack the Superb up against cars like the Passat and the Mondeo that you realise that the depth of design, the sheer utility of the thing and the range of engines, drive layouts and transmissions makes the Superb, well, interesting. Genuinely.
It's never the obvious choice, but Superb owners absolutely swear by them. We can see why. A solid reliability record and access to the bottomless parts rack of the Volkswagen empire means that here is a car that's cheap but charming, especially in this updated MK2 model guise. If you want to supersize but don't want to pay the premium, you know what to do.
Borrowing £7,500 on a Hire Purchase agreement over 48 months, a representative APR of 18.5% and a deposit of £0.00,
the amount repayable would be £216.89 a month, with a total cost of credit of £2,910.72 and a total amount
payable of £10,410.72.
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