New “Outdoor” versions add offroad appeal to Skoda Superb
The Outdoor version – which returns to the range for the first time since the model’s facelift during 2013 – is based on the SE trim but adds in chunky styling that includes new front and rear bumpers, wheel arch and side sill extensions, loading sill protection and side body mouldings. All are finished in matt grey.
As well as providing four-wheel drive and Hill Hold Control as standard the model also adds in 18-inch anthracite alloys, a tyre pressure monitor, integrated front headlight washers, heated washer nozzles and sunset glass.
Meanwhile the Outdoor Plus augments this with full leather upholstery and an “Amundsen” satellite navigation system with integrated DAB digital radio.
Both models come with existing Superb powertrains comprising the 2.0-litre TDI CR 140PS 4×4 DPF or 2.0-litre TDI CR 170PS 4×4 DSG DPF, priced at £26,995 and £29,235 respectively for the Outdoor version – a £2,000 premium over SE trim – while the Outdoor Plus adds a further £1,000.