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The Most Common Škoda Superb Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Škoda Superb. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Superb

First arriving on the scene back in 2001, the Skoda Superb is one of the mainstream and popular family-car offerings from Czechia-based Skoda. As a large family sedan, it competes with fellow VW-owned brand rivals such as the VW Passat, Audi A4, and others. In fact, the first-generation models from 2001 to 2008 were built using the VW GRoup B5 PL45+ platform, the same that was used on the VW Passat B5 LWB.

In China, the Superb was actually imported and rebadged as a new kind of VW Passat, the “Lingyu” which was differentiated from the regular Passat by its longer wheelbase. The early models included a 1.8L turbo and 2.0L inline-4 engine design, as well as a larger 2.8L V6 option. There were also several diesel engine options, the largest of which was a 2.5L turbo-diesel V6 engine.

In its latest form --- the third-generation model launched in 2015 --- the Skoda Superb still offers a wide range of powertrain and trim options. The base-level is invariably known as the S trim, which starts at $24,000, going up to the L&K (Laurin & Klement) trim, which is at the top of the line and typically sells for $52,000 but includes much equipment and interior styling upgrades.

The Skoda Superb is available both as a 5-door liftback sedan, and as a 5-door wagon, which further boosts its popularity and utility as a family-friendly car. The liftback layout is popular as a more affordable executive car than the Audi A-series models or BMW 5-Series and above. The wagon layout (known as an “estate” in Europe) offers more cargo and seating space.

The latest generation models were facelifted in 2019, which was also the time that the plug-in hybrid version of the model was also introduced. Add that to a 5-star Euro NCAP safety score, and it's easy to see why people love this car.