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Fleet News Award for Superb

The ŠKODA SUPERB has recorded its sixth consecutive category win at the annual Fleet News Awards, retaining its Best upper medium car title.

The SUPERB’s remarkable run of success in the Fleet Car Awards began in 2016 with the launch of the third-generation car. Since then, the Czech-built hatch and estate has dominated the category, recording more back-to-back wins that any other car.
Summarising the ongoing appeal of the SUPERB to fleet operators and company car drivers, Fleet News said; “Company car drivers looking for a cost-effective mile-muncher would have a hard time finding a more suitable car than the ŠKODA SUPERB.”

Commenting on the popular SUPERB iV plug-in hybrid model, the title added: “We’re big fans of the SUPERB and this model makes it a more attractive company car choice. It offers near-silent running in EV mode and has the added benefit of remote heater and air-con activation via an app. You simply cannot get a better upper-medium car.”

The SUPERB remains the most acclaimed models in the brand’s history, having claimed more than 60 industry titles in the UK alone since its re-introduction to the ŠKODA range in 2001. The current version was launched in 2019 and offers a broad choice of engine, transmission and trim options, including a plug-in hybrid version and a fleet-focussed SE Technology model.

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