The new entry-level diesel for the Skoda Superb is now the 2.0-liter TDI with 90 kW / 122 PS and a seven-speed double-clutch transmission. It replaces the previous 1.6-liter unit with 88 kW. The Euro 6d engine consumes an average of 4.0 to 4.3 liters.
The 122 hp diesel costs from around 32,000 euros, the station wagon costs around 33,000 euros.
In addition, Skoda is expanding the basic equipment of the Superb with a leather steering wheel, DAB + digital radio reception and the Swing music system. The third generation of the modular infotainment kit have a digital voice assistant and wireless Smart Link technology as well as USB-C connections.
Two assistance packages that include an adaptive distance assistant, traffic sign recognition, lane change and park steering assistants are now available.
The Traveler and Traveler Plus assistance system packages are available for the Premium Edition equipment line. Traveler Plus includes the lane change and park steering assistant.
The Skoda Superb facelift can now be ordered.
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