Skoda’s facelifted Superb will be priced from £18,555 for the 1.4-litre TSI 123bhp S hatch when it goes on sale in the UK on July 17.
Both hatch and estate versions have been given a design refresh and Skoda has upgraded interior features and improved fuel economy and CO2 emission performance.
The top-of-the-range Laurin & Klement estate model costs £32,455 (OTR) when paired with the 2.0 TDI CR 168bhp DFP engine, 4x4 and 6spd Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG).
Diesel versions start from £19,760. The premium for the estate over its hatch sibling is £1,125.
The Superb facelift will be available in the UK with six engine options: three petrol and three diesel. Power outputs range from 103bhp (1.6 TDI CR) to 258bhp for the 3.6 V6 model.
Engines are up to 19% more economical than the previous generation units, and a GreenLine version offers emissions of 109g/km.
Alasdair Stewart, brand director for Skoda UK, said: “The Superb continues Skoda’s tradition of offering a huge amount of space, engineering excellence and great value for money.
“Since its launch 12 years ago, the Superb has been lauded for its versatility, comfort and equipment. This comprehensive facelift builds on these and we are confident that the excellent improvements to fuel consumption and CO2 will appeal to both fleet and private customers.”