Skoda is releasing the new Superb GreenLine on Monday 13th October. It emits just 136 g/km of CO2 with combined fuel consumption of 55.4 mpg.
The The 1.9 TDI PD engine, fitted with a diesel particulate filter, returns 105bhp and comes with a five speed manual gearbox.
The Skoda engineers have tweaked the car using lessons from the Volkswagen camp, including reducing the weight of the car, improving the aerodynamics, making the gearing longer, re-mapping the engine for greater efficiency, and using low resistance tyres.
The The Superb GreenLine is a separate trim level and sits between the entry level S and the mid-range SE. Equipment above the S model includes sunset glass, cruise control, four spoke leather steering wheel, lowered suspension, small rear boot spoiler and tyre repair kit. It will cost £16,710.
The Chris Horrell, Product Marketing Manager at Skoda, comments: “The latest addition to our GreenLine range will be well received by customers seeking a more environmentally conscious vehicle in the upper medium sector.
The “With growing interest in greener cars we expect the Superb GreenLine to attract retail and business customers seeking a vehicle which represents great value for money but does not compromise on quality.”