2018 Skoda Superb - Price And Features For Australia Photo:
TMR Team | Jul, 07 2017 | 4 Comments

Skoda has given its Superb large car an update for the 2018 model-year, packing in more safety tech and lifting the standard specifications across the range.

Available from September, the revised models will now feature blind spot monitoring, lane keep assist, rear cross traffic alert and semi-autonomous driving functions that will steer, accelerate and brake automatically in dense traffic.

Also, the new Superb range now comes with a larger 9.2-inch touchscreen compared to the previous 8.0-inch unit.

With the increase in standard equipment comes an increase in prices, with Skoda adding between $700 and $4800 depending on the model.

With the 162TSI variant now costing $40,690 before on-road costs for the sedan and $42,390 in wagon form, prices have risen $700. The diesel-powered 140TDI model now starts from $44,690 in sedan guise and $46,390 for the wagon, which is a jump of $800.

The all-wheel-drive Superb 206TSI also gets an $800 price-hike to bring its total to $51,790 and $53,490 for the sedan and wagon respectively.

Along with the across-the-board updates, the range-topping Sportline variant adds adaptive damper control, a premium Canton sound system, electric adjustable and heated passenger seats, a hands-free boot and a new pale-green paint colour.

As a result, the Sportline variant now costs $56,790 for the sedan and $58,490 for the wagon, which represents a rise of $4800 over the existing model.

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Pricing (excludes on-road costs)


  • 162TSI - $40,690 (sedan), $42,390 (wagon)
  • 140TDI - $44,690, $46,390
  • 206TSI - $51,790, $53,490
  • Sportline - $56,790, $58,490
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