2010 Skoda Superb Elegance 1.8 TSI from Israel

Summary:

Superb

Faults:

Noises from the twin-clutch (DSG) system. Replaced with no arguments.

General Comments:

Superb.

Best value for money.

Quiet, runs smoothly, saves fuel, equivalent to any 2.5L competitor, thanks to its surprising TSI flexible engine, which turns you on from as low as 1500 RPM.

Superb German car, and that tells the whole story.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 11th August, 2011

4th Dec 2016, 23:51

I agree, these cars are great. I have a 2011 cr170 4x4, and despite the extra propshaft etc, still get 40-45 MPG. It's quick too.

Matthew Khaghani

2010 Skoda Superb Elegance 1.8 TSi from UK and Ireland

Summary:

Superb

Faults:

Nothing.

General Comments:

Early impression is this auto is amazing value for money.

Build quality is excellent.

Seats not quite as comfortable as a Mondeo GHIA X.

Floor covering quality could be improved.

Quiet (road surface permitting!)

The 1.8 TSi engine with DSG gearbox is better than a Mondeo 2.5 V6 Auto.

Overall MPG so far showing 33.7 (Mondeo V6 was 24.7).

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 14th December, 2010

24th Oct 2013, 08:35

Now 3 years old. 10,000 miles. No faults encountered.

1st Feb 2016, 13:44

Sold! July 2015: Mileage 14000. Condition as new. 60% depreciation over 4.5 years.

No faults during ownership. A bit heavy on the tyres.

1st Feb 2016, 21:26

14 000 miles? It's hard to justify the need for a car for such a low yearly mileage.

Thanks for the updates, however the driven distance is way too short for giving an idea about the car's reliability to other users...