Used Skoda Superb iV PHEV Review

Price: £33,255 - £41,470

Electrifying.com score

9/10

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Smooth, silent and sophisticated, the Skoda Superb is a winner. Just don’t expect it to be fun to drive.

  • Prices from: £33,255
  • Battery size: 13kWh
  • Battery warranty: 8 years / 100,000 miles
  • Emissions: 40g/km
  • Range: 35 miles (electric)

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  • Prices from: £33,255
  • Battery size: 13kWh
  • Battery warranty: 8 years / 100,000 miles
  • Emissions: 40g/km
  • Range: 35 miles (electric)
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Driven and reviewed by Electrifying.com・ Published: 29/09/2021・Updated: 14/10/2022

Ginny Says

“Skoda, once the butt of many comedians jokes, make some superb cars these days. So is this one of them? Yes, the Superb lives up to its name. You won't have the most exciting car on the block but you will get quality, comfort and space all at an affordable price - and this plug-in version add the bonus of low benefit-in-kind tax.”

Tom Says

“This is Skoda's re-think of the VW Passat GTE, with a 1.4-litre engine, electric motor - and a plug. That means it's got the same sort of power as a V6 but with decent fuel consumption and 30-35 miles of EV range. I'm a sucker for an estate too, and the huge Superb is one of the best. It's champagne tech for beer money!”

Skoda Superb

The iV hasn’t been on sale for that long so most ‘used’ Superbs are pre-registered cars or dealer demos. It means they’re not cheap, but may have a reasonable saving on the new price.

  • Prices from:£28,000

The Skoda Superb iV only went on sale towards the end of 2019, so the majority of used examples are 69-registration ex-dealer demonstrators or pre-registered cars. Don’t be put off by these as they have next to no mileage on them (£28,000 cars will have less than 2,000 miles on the clock, for example), and can be around £5,000 cheaper than the list price. For some people, a brand new car is all they want and they won’t entertain the idea of buying a used car, even if it has never left the dealer’s forecourt. That’s fine but just be prepared to pay extra for that mentality.  

If you can’t afford the £28-odd-thousand for an iV but really want a Superb, you’ll have to look at a used 1.6 TDI Greenline as that was the next eco-friendly Superb offered. These are around the £15,000 mark and offer 70-odd MPG and CO2 emissions of 102g/km. But the fact that they offer no electric hybrid drive means they’re a poor substitute for an iV. 

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