2004 Skoda Superb Comfort 1.9 TDi PD
Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin!
A couple of minor niggles in the shape of bulbs and recalls, but generally a well screwed together vehicle.
As soon as I took it for a test drive I wanted to buy it. The car is a large size, but quite easy to get used to. Parking could be a problem without the rear parking sensors.
Loads amount of kit for a mid range model.
The seat fabric is not as good as I would have hoped, but the rest of the car is simply brilliant and full of nice touches like door handles that light up at night, 'Cat Vision' which gives an ambient red glow over the inside of the car at night.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 3rd May, 2006
4th May 2006, 14:48
What recalls are there on it, and what bhp?
5th May 2006, 02:04
The BHP is 130.
The recalls have been to check the fuel tandem pump, then another recall for the mounting bolts for the pump.
13th May 2006, 09:01
I like the look of the Superb and believe they are the best value for money car out there, the only worries I have is if they are like the Passat, they might share their good range of economical diesel engines and bad things like their faulty front suspension, cv joints door handles, but with a bit of luck they may use different parts, and then your looking at a better car than the Passat, both visually and in engineering standards.