Skoda is expanding the current Superb range, ahead of the unveiling of a new generation model, scheduled to be introduced during this year Geneva Motor Show, starting in March.
The current Superb SE trim level will be upgraded with full leather upholstery and heated front seats as standard with no increase in price.
The additions to the award-winning model provide £1,605-worth of added features and build upon an already impressive standard kit level in the Superb. This includes 17-inch alloy wheels, DAB radio, satellite navigation, dual-zone air conditioning, power-fold door mirrors, trip computer, cruise control, Bluetooth and an umbrella in the rear door.
The Skoda Superb SE Business model is available as either a hatchback or an estate powered by a 2.0-litre 140PS diesel engine. The Skoda Superb SE Business is priced from £21,090 for the manual hatchback, rising to £23,810 for the DSG-equipped estate model.