Indepth Car Review: The Superb RS?! Skoda Superb SportLine FULL REVIEW Combi test driven 280 hp AWD

Indepth Car Review: The Superb RS?! Skoda Superb SportLine FULL REVIEW Combi test driven 280 hp AWD

Awesome Review: The Superb RS?! Skoda Superb SportLine FULL REVIEW Combi test driven 280 hp AWD



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43 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: The Superb RS?! Skoda Superb SportLine FULL REVIEW Combi test driven 280 hp AWD”

  1. Old review I know, but on the Skodas, you can also make the seats fold flat. The seat bottoms in the back row lift up and go forward. You can then fold the seat backs totally flat. This is available on most VAG kombis actually.

  2. Your reviews are Superb Thomas! I have the Superb 206TSI and is almost as
    you described the Sports Line. However it has the “animal skin” seats and not the alcantra. 😛

    Also, did you see the umbrellas in the front doors? A Superb feature…

  3. Hello! May i ask, how tall is the reviewer? he makes the inside look a bit small, and he doesnt seem to be comfortable in the drivers seat.

  4. Thomas as normal a very informative review.

    It would be interesting to see a comparison between this Skoda and the Jaguar XF Sportbrake you reviewed some months ago also.

  5. Excellent review Thomas. You spend so much time with your reviews and explain features of cars in detail. Well done and bTW, the Superb SportLine looks great. It's a shame that the FL version that's already out went short of offering full format LED lights! The infotainment unit is new and better seemingly but no change to lights!

  6. Ok, Ihr habt viele internationale Follower. Aber warum habt Ihr Euch dann keinen internationaleren Namen ausgedacht? Das wirkt alles etwas gestelzt. Schade! Da gibt es Plattformen, die besser wissen, wo sie hingehören.

  7. This is so close to what an "RS" would be, and what the Passat is that there is barely room if any to move, at least on the 2L platform, going upto a 2.5L and/or putting in more aggressive intake/exhaust, cooling and turbo systems, but that would defeat their brand segmentation and standardization strategies.

    If they start making exceptions, and say well this car gets a bigger exhaust/intake, and we are going to upgrade or manufacture uprated turbo's, then its a slippery slope, it leads to things like 'well we think it would be better if the internal fan grills were like this in this car' and even though it is only one modification, or one part, that is how over time you end up with many components.

    But they might get away (from VW) with fitting a 2.5l since it is such a big vehicle and it would help produce low-end torque for towing, and couple that with the 48V mild hybrid system, and good tuning/integration, they might get a really torquey (at low rpm) vehicle that drives/handles and tows really well, and pulls 0-100kph at ~4 seconds in performance mode with electric assist.

    The problem is that people are already comparing it to E-Class and BMW 5 series, and Audi A4, not the Passat which is supposed to be almost a tier higher.

  8. Thomas in terms of comfort would you rate this version higher than their normal version ? Here in Australia most versions are top spec , I am chasing comfort speed ,acceleration doesn't enthuse me / BTW great review once again .

  9. Excellent review. I agree about the gauges, they could have used the same as the VW Passatts which although not sporty still look more up to date. Also they seem to have improved the seats over the previous Superbs. I remember how you said in a past review they were not comfortable for taller drivers . Now with this release Skoda seem to have rectified the problem & listened to you which is a very good thing indeed. Oh, & I liked it when you surprised that Porsche driver with the unexpected acceleration, he must be thinking "What the…that car went faster than me & it was a Skoda. Bah!" XD .Cheers.

  10. Did this one also have the umbrellas in each front door and the ice scraper in the filler cap? Was the flashlight magnetic?
    I saw it in another of your reviews so it would be interesting if these are still features.

  11. Hi, Was würdest du sagen, ist sportlicher… der Octavia RS oder der Superb Sportline? Ich schwanke derzeit zwischen beiden Modellen und kann mich einfach nicht entscheiden 🙁

  12. Good review as always Thomas! you are absolutly right with your recommandation about the seats, i just order the Superb Sportline and testet the Style an L&K before but the feeling in the Sportline is much better, very comfortable and good support. But the overall feeling in the car is not very sporty, more build for comfortable riding. But after 3,5Years driving a Audi A4 with S- line package where you know if there is a stamp on the postmark or not it is fine for me.

  13. The small space in the box under the armrest, is for a tablet (9,7" max. incl. cover), the save place for my iPad. I know no other car, which gives you this possibility.

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