Skoda Superb Sportline sedan and station wagon imports to Australia have restarted after a prolonged absence.
The 2021 Superb is powered by a 2.0-litre direct-injection turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine (206kW/350Nm) driving through all four wheels.
The Superb Scout 4×4, originally intended as a limited edition is carried over to 2021 with standard updates that include a detachable tow bar.
Superb Scout is an interesting model in that it has raised ride height and distinctive side cladding. This makes it a clever choice between a standard wagon and an SUV. Scout has a 200kW version of the Sportline’s engine fitted with a particulate filter.
Skoda’s MY21 Superb 162TSI sedan and wagon are scheduled for quarter one 2021. Full specification and pricing will be released shortly.
The Skoda Superb range is offered with a new car service pack at $1,700 for five years. A used car service pack ($1,600 for four years) can be bought any time after the first 15,000 km scheduled service and is valid for the next four scheduled services.