Details have been released of the prices for the first range of options on Skoda’s New Superb, which is due to be launched in September.
For the first time, a Skoda vehicle will have the option of coming with a system which helps to steer a car into a parking space. The Park Assist will be available on the SE and Elegance models for £350, as well as on the entry level S model for £630.
Other functions which come as options include a steering wheel which has radio and telephone controls, Bluetooth GSM III compatibility and DSG gearbox with paddles.
The S and SE trim level vehicles can also come with a tyre pressure monitor on request, while rear side airbags can be fitted on all New Superb models for £250.
Regardless of trim levels, though, all New Superb cars will come with ESP, Twindoor, seven airbags, front and rear electric windows and alloy wheels as standard.
Prices for the standard specification, which will be available from the 18th of next month, start at £15,490.
Skoda retailer John Mullholland recently finished as the fastest diesel-powered car driver in his Rally Skoda Fabia at the Manx International Rally.