New Skoda Superb Sportline trim revealed
Skoda adds Sportline variant to Superb range, while Octavia lineup grows with two new trims
As standard, Sportline Superb models come fitted with bi-xenon headlamps, sat-nav, 19-inch alloy wheels, Alcantara sport seats, rear parking sensors and a subtle body kit. Sportline models also come with a sport chassis and Skoda’s Drive Select Mode – allowing you to chose between comfort, normal and sport modes.
It’s available with almost all engines in the Superb range; only the 1.6-litre diesel and lowered powered 1.4-litre TSI petrol are not available with Sportline. All-wheel drive will be available, as will a DSG automatic transmission.
Alongside the expansion of the Superb range, Skoda has also taken the opportunity to add two new trims to the Octavia lineup: SE Sport and SE Technology – the latter replacing the existing Business model.
Both new trims go on sale in August with SE Tech being the cheaper of the two priced from £19,925. As standard it comes with adaptive cruise control, sat-nav, front and rear parking sensors, as well as auto lights and wipers. SE Sport – priced from £19,990 – comes with cruise control, 17-inch alloys, sat-nav, Bi-xenon lights and ‘dynamic’ sport seats.
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