Parkers overall rating: 4.6 out of 5 4.6

Should you buy a Skoda Superb Estate?

Absolutely - it's one of the best large family cars out there. Describing it as cheap would be misleading, but it does offer great value for money compared with its rivals, whether you’re considering the amount of metal your cash buys, or the level of equipment on offer. A vast number of trims are offered, with all Superbs featuring alloy wheels, multi-function buttons on the leather-wrapped steering wheel, LED lights, a touchscreen infotainment system and smartphone connectivity.

Move to the higher end of the range and things become genuinely luxurious with plush materials that, in combination with the Superb's fine ride, comfortable seats and impressive refinement, make it a great all-rounder. It's a genuine rival for far more expensive estate cars. 

Overall, a front-running family estate car combining space, pace and decent value, especially on Skoda's competitive monthly PCP finance as well as decent personal leasing deals. Compared with its immediate rivals, such as the Mondeo and Insignia, it's still the one to have in this class – and it's good enough for those looking for a good value alternative to premium offerings from BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Praise indeed.

2019 Skoda Superb Estate Sportline rear