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Skoda Superb could break 110g/km barrier

Date: 22 October 2009   |   Author: Hugh Hunston

New Skoda Superb Greenline could dip below 110g/km CO2

Skoda's next Superb Greenline is expected to slip below 110g/km, making it eligible for the 100% Capital Allowance tax band.

The new Superb Greenline will be powered by a 105PS 1.6-litre diesel which in the non-Greenline version produces 119g/km, with fuel and CO2-saving Greenline technology fitted, including stop-start, this CO2 output should drop below 110g/km.

The updated Skoda Superb Greenline is expected mid to late 2010.

The high volume selling 140PS 2.0-litre diesel power plant (160g/km in manual form) is also being replaced next March by an equivalent power output common rail counterpart with a lower but undisclosed CO2 rating.