Skoda Superb and Estate sizes and dimensions guide

The Skoda Superb is a talented family car that rivals both traditional family saloons and lower-rung executive cars. Its handsome lines and well-built interior are appealing but it’s the Superb’s huge interior space that gives it the edge over rivals. From fitting the Superb and its Estate variant in your garage to how often you’ll be filling up – you’ll find all you need to know here in our sizes and dimensions guide.

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Skoda Superb and Superb Estate exterior dimensions

The Superb might have a very spacious interior but its exterior isn’t much larger than a Ford Mondeo. Large windows and good visibility should help make the Skoda fairly easy to park, too. The Estate is even bigger and comes with a cavernous rear load-bay.

Skoda Superb and Superb Estate exterior dimensions
Height (Estate) 1,468mm (1,477mm)
Length (Estate) 4,861mm (4,856mm)
Width 2,031mm
Wheelbase 2,841mm

Skoda Superb and Superb Estate interior dimensions

All internal dimensions have increased over the old car and the new Superb offers a spacious and well-built interior. Skoda even boasts that passengers in the rear have more room than in a Mercedes S-Class.

Skoda Superb and Superb Estate interior dimensions
Headroom (front/rear) 1,004mm/980mm
Shoulder room (front/rear) 1,452mm/1,421mm
Elbow room (front/rear) 1,507mm/1,519mm

Skoda Superb and Superb Estate boot space

Boot space is mightily impressive in both the standard Superb and the Estate variant. The practical hatchback opening on the saloon offers 625 litres of space – around 70 litres more than any car of this type. The Estate’s 660-litre boot puts many SUVs to shame.

Skoda Superb and Superb Estate boot space
Seats up (Estate) 625 litres (660 litres)
Seats down (Estate) 1,760 litres (1,950 litres)

Skoda Superb and Superb Estate turning circle and fuel tank capacity

Its turning circle is just 0.1 metres wider than a Ford Focus (11.1 metres) meaning the Superb can out-manoeuvre many cars its size. The 66-litre fuel tank is by no means class leading, but the impressive fuel economy figures in diesel models mean you could theoretically travel a bladder-busting 1,001 miles between fill-ups.

Skoda Superb and Superb Estate turning circle and fuel tank capacity
Turning circle 11.1 metres
Fuel tank 66 litres

Skoda Superb and Superb Estate weights and towing limits

Tipping the scales at 1,300kg, the lightest Superb weighs 185kg less than a comparable Ford Mondeo. If you’re planning on towing a trailer, you’ll find the extra weight and added traction of the four-wheel drive model makes the Superb an ideal companion.

Skoda Superb and Superb Estate weight and towing limits
Weight (Estate) 1,300-1,540kg (1,320-1,560kg)
Towing limit 1,500-2,200kg

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Skoda Superb

A smart large hatchback with limo levels of legroom
£19,060 - £34,305
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Skoda Superb Estate

Huge interior space in a smart-looking body
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