Lower emissions for Skoda Superb 22 February 2010 by Parkers New 2.0 TDI diesel for Superb CO2 emissions down to 143g/km Economy improved to 53.2mpg Skoda has added a more economical diesel engine to the Superb range. The new 2.0 TDI 140 engine now comes with a diesel particulate filter to clean up exhaust emissions, and results in improved economy (up 4.4mpg to 52.3mpg) and reduced CO2 emissions (down 12g/km to 143g/km). With unchanged pricing, the new engine spells lower company car tax bills as the Superb 2.0 TDI drops three tax bands and falls into the 16% benefit-in-kind tax rating. The Superb is available with a choice of six-speed manual or semi-automatic DSG gearbox, hatchback or estate bodystyle and three trim levels. Prices start at £18,205.