Not to be outdone by its smaller sibling, the Superb Estate proved unbeatable once again, and was named Best Estate Car 2018 for the third year in a row. Despite the arrival of new models within the sector, the Superb’s cavernous interior, high quality, remarkable value for money and low running costs saw it rise to the top of the list once again.
Commenting on the Superb’s hat-trick of Estate Car titles, Steve Huntingford, What Car? Editor said: “The Superb Estate is classy, comfortable and so spacious that we struggle to think of another car that offers quite so much room inside. In addition, it’s exceptionally good value, offering all the quality and equipment of far more expensive cars. In short, it excels in every area a good estate car should.”
In addition to the two category awards, ŠKODA was also recognised as price point winners in four categories. With many class categories featuring models with vastly different prices, What Car? recognises models that are the best value within a set price bracket.
The recently revised Citigo was named a price point winner in the City Car category, while its supermini stablemate the Fabia was also named a winner in the Estate Car category (which was won by the Superb). The Superb was named a price point winner in the Executive Car category while the Karoq was a price point victor in the Family SUV category.