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Our Fleet Test Drive: Skoda Superb - 2nd report

Date: 09 June 2011   |   Author: Tristan Young


The fastest way of getting music onto our Superb stereo's 32GB hard drive (standard on Elegance spec) is to use an SD card.

Fortunately, I have a computer with an SD slot so 'borrowing' my camera's memory card I moved a vast amount of music to the Superb in minutes, and I can now listen to almost my entire collection in the car. The stereo will also read MP3 files from a CD, but you first have to 'burn' the files to a CD, which takes ages, and then it seems to take ages uploading them to the car. I can't help thinking, however, a USB slot would have made the job even easier.

Skoda Superb Greenline II estate
Elegance 1.6 diesel 5dr manual
Claimed combined
Our average consumption63.9mpg
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