ŠKODA Superb Scout Station wagons are unfortunately becoming increasingly rare as a model offer with the continuous consumer demand for SUVs and that is a shame.
I recently drove one of my favourites the ŠKODA Superb Scout that comes as a single specification model priced at $59,490 driveaway.
With a 200kW/350Nm 2.0 litre turbo petrol engine sending power to all four wheels via a seven-speed DSG transmission, the Superb Scout is both a grand tourer and an off-roader, the latter capability enabled by a special mode and a 15mm extra ground clearance.
Packed with standard features highlighted by full LED Matrix headlights, front foglights with cornering functionality, 9.2inch infotainment system with advanced smartphone connectivity, Virtual cockpit and Adaptive Chassis Control with Drive Mode Select
The boot area is cavernous as well as plenty of room for both front and rear occupants. Both front seats are electronically adjusted and there are heated seats both front and rear.
I always enjoy the Skoda Superb Wagon, It drives nicely, with quality ride and handling and is excellent value.
Im Rob Fraser
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