SKODA Superb Combi / Scout

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SKODA Superb Combi / Scout Superb Scout  2019 2022
2019 2022

Skoda’s flagship model, the Superb, received a “Scout” version in 2019.
It was applied, as usual, on the station wagon variant, which is something new for the Czech manufacturer.

It is not marketed as an off-road vehicle, but more like a crossover with a touch of luxury. It is the car for those who want to go to their lodge in the middle of a forest and they need supplies for a week or two, thanks to the huge trunk space of up to 1950 liters (68.8 cu-ft) with the rear seats folded down.

For the Superb Scout, the manufacturer installed only the most powerful engines it has on the platform: a 2.0-liter turbodiesel with 190 hp and a 2.0-liter turbo-gasoline with 272 hp. Also, the only gearbox available is a 7-speed DSG (double-clutch gearbox).

The ground clearance for the Skoda Superb Scout is higher than the regular version by 15 mm (0.6 in).

The interior is fit for five adults plus their luggage. The trunk space with the rear bench in place is 660l (23.3 cu-ft). On top of the car, there are roof-rails where an additional roof storage system may be placed for extra luggage room. For a pleasant trip, the vehicle is equipped with an infotainment system compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

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SKODA Superb Combi / Scout
SKODA Superb Combi / Scout   2015 2019
2015 2019

Skoda was supposed to be the most affordable brand from the Volkswagen group but ended up offering some of the most impressive station wagons on the market.
The Czech carmaker built the Superb as its flagship model, and then it added a station wagon version. It relied on the same MQB platform as the Golf and the Passat, but it was longer than both of them and provided a massive trunk size. It was so big that it made a minivan feel useless.

With a cubist design language, the Czech mid-size station wagon showed a distinct personality on the European market. It showed a front fascia with angular headlights and a broad grille with vertical slats that hid the radar for the adaptive cruise control in the middle. An additional cooling area brought fresh air for the air-conditioning system on the lower side of the apron, while a pair of fog lights found their place on the outer side. The long roofline started a descending slope at the back, above the rear wheels, at a raked-forward angle. The carmaker traded some storage space for the exterior look.

Inside, the dashboard featured a minimalist design language. Skoda added a 6.5” touch-screen infotainment system as standard for the entire range on the center stack. The carmaker designed the front seats for long-distance trips, while at the back, it installed a split-folding bench that increased the trunk size from 660 liters (23.3 cu-ft) up to 1,950 liters (68.9 cu-ft). A power-operated tailgate was on the options list.

Under the hood, Skoda installed only four-cylinder engines, either turbocharged gasoline or diesel. They were paired with a six-speed manual. For the automatic versions, the carmaker offered either a six-speed or a seven-speed (dual-clutch), depending on the engine and traction.

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SKODA Superb Combi / Scout Superb Combi  2013 2015
2013 2015

When it comes to station-wagon vehicles, the Czech company Skoda had an important vehicle on the market: the Superb Combi.
In 2013, the model received an important update for both its look and its technical features.

At the time of its launch in 2013, the facelifted version of the Skoda Superb Combi was the class-leader for its trunk space. Along with the Superb Limousine (sedan) version, it was the best selling range for the Czech brand.

When the second generation was launched in 2008, it was criticized for the headlights and taillights look. It kept the idea of the same shape for both front and rear lamps, but in a better way. For the first time, its DRL was used as a turn-signal. It was offered with a choice of 16”, 17”, and 18”.

Inside, there was more room than in most of the cars. Its trunk space was of 633 liters with the rear seats up and up to 1875 liters with the rear seats folded. Due to its station-wagon shape, there was no reason for anyone to complain about the headroom. Three passengers could fit easily on the back seat. As for the driver, the seating position and the features available were unique on the market. The car had an umbrella inside the front or rear door, for instance. For the infotainment system, it featured a standard 5” touch-screen display, and an option for 6.5” was available, with a 30 Gb hard-disk.

For the technical department, the 2013 Superb Combi was available with an automatic parking system for the first time. And the DSG transmission was fitted for the vehicles with all-wheel-drive.

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SKODA Superb Combi / Scout Superb Combi
SKODA Superb Combi / Scout Superb Combi  2009 2013
2009 2013

Skoda built the Combi version as the biggest model in the Superb.
While some voices said that the Czech brand Skoda shouldn’t offer a mid-size premium vehicle, others considered the Superb an excellent addition. The first generation of the Superb, under Volkswagen management, was based on the same platform as the Chinese version of the Passat B5, which was longer than the regular version. Starting with the second generation, the carmaker produced the Superb also as a station-wagon. In 2009, it unveiled the car at the Frankfurt Motor Show, during the world financial crisis, and it was a hit.

The front of the car raised the biggest controversy from the design point of view. While the headlights resembled a reversed shape as the sedan’s taillights, they didn’t have a usual form. For the station-wagon, they looked even more out of place since the taillights were utterly different. But all the Skoda design elements were there, starting with the grille crossed by vertical slats and followed by the V-shapes on the hood. In the rear, the car featured a sloped tailgate with a roof-spoiler at the top.

Inside, Skoda offered a roomy interior for up to five adults. Its minimalist design trend didn’t mean it was cheap-looking. The designers used a clean theme and grouped the controls and features, so they will take minimum space. In the back, the split-folding bench could extend the trunk from an impressive 633 liters (22.3 cu-ft) up to a vast 1.865 (65.86 cu-ft) liters.

Skoda offered the Superb Combi with a wide engine choice, from a small 1.4-liter turbocharged engine to a big, 3.6-liter V6. Some versions were available with an all-wheel-drive system and with an automatic transmission.

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