Potential Superb Estate buyers will not be short of choice. You're looking at having to find a premium of around £1,200 if you want this station wagon bodystyle rather than the standard five-door hatch model. That means price ranging in the £20,000 to £35,000 bracket through five different levels of trim. Most models get the option of DSG auto transmission for a premium of £1,400. Go for the volume 2.0 TDI 150PS diesel model and there's the £1,500 option of 4x4 traction.
All versions come decently equipped. Even at entry-level 'S'-spec, you can expect to find
16"" alloy wheels, a leather multifunction steering wheel, a DAB radio with Bluetooth and a couple of audio inputs, plus a 5"" touchscreen. The 'SE' grade gains SmartLink phone integration, dual zone air con, rear parking sensors, 17"" alloys, cruise control and a 6.5"" touchscreen. Fleet buyers will be interested in the next level up, the 'SE Business' grade, which includes sat nav, front parking sensors and Alcantara seats. Even plusher 'SE L Executive' trim adds 18"" alloys, Bi-xenon lights, electric boot opening, leather seats that are heated up front and an 8"" sat nav and infotainment centre. At the top end, flagship 'Laurin & Klement' trim gets a 10-speaker stereo, heated rear seats and a heated windscreen, plus 'KESSY' keyless entry, park assist and even a TV tuner. Safety is covered by the usual electronic aids, while more expensive models gain blind spot detection, lane assist and park assist.