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Our Fleet Test Drive: Skoda Superb - 4th report

Date: 12 July 2011   |   Author: Tristan Young


Every Sunday, my wife and I play the 'economy game'.

It works like this: each week we take it in turns to drive the Superb the 10 miles back from walking the dogs at a nearby park with the aim of getting the highest mpg figure by the time we reach home. It's a testing route too. From a cold engine start there are plenty of traffic lights, hills and twisty bits to navigate. It may be sad, but it's true. We're competitive types and given economy is what the Superb Greenline is all about I suppose it makes sense. The only trouble is, my wife's winning with a rather light-footed 68.9mpg.

Skoda Superb Greenline II estate
Elegance 1.6 diesel 5dr manual
Claimed combined
Our average consumption61.6mpg
P11D price£23,985
Model price range£18,550-30,495
CO2 (tax) 114g/km (13%)
BIK 20/40% per month£52/£104
Service interval10,000mls
Insurancegroup 15
Boot space (min/max)633/1865 litres
Engine size/power1598cc/105hp
Top speed/0-62mph119mph/12.6secs
Why we’re running itTo see if the biggest
eco-car can live up to
its fuel-miser claims
PositiveMassive interior
space, economy
NegativeMW stereo reception