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Our Fleet Test Drive: Skoda Superb - 10th Report

Date: 13 October 2011   |   Author: Tristan Young

On the coast

When was the last time you worried about the size of your car's rear doors? Never? Thought so.

Having temporarily moved my kids' seats from the Superb to a slightly smaller car I can testify that a long rear door is now firmly on my check-list for future cars in the Young household. Not only do the Skoda's massive rear doors mean you can fit child seats with ease, I also discovered that it makes fitting the child into the seat super simple because you can just climb in with them, something that just isn't possible in a lot of cars even in the same size class.

Skoda Superb Greenline II Eleg.
Mileage7485 miles
Our average consumption61.3mpg
Forecast CPM52.1p
Actual CPM51.2p