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Solid - Energy blue
A lot of us are keeping a close eye on what we spend at the moment. If that applies to you, then it’s worth knowing that Energy blue is included in the cost of a new Skoda Superb. It’s a solid colour and not the most exciting choice, though, so you may want to consider one of the alternatives.
Special solid - Meteor grey
If you’ve decided on SportLine Plus specification, then your only free colour option is Meteor grey. It suits the Superb well, with an understated and stylish finish. Grey is a very popular choice, so in a few years you should find a Skoda in this colour easy to sell.
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Metallic - Brilliant silver
Brilliant silver works well with the shape of the Superb. It’s not the most thrilling colour, but it’s unlikely to put people off either. There are bolder choices, but if you’re looking for an understated and classy metallic shade then Brilliant silver fits the bill.
Metallic - Graphite grey
If you are looking for a colour to put lead in your pencil, try Graphite grey. Monochrome paints are super-popular at the moment, so Graphite grey is a safe bet if you want to make sure your Superb is easy to sell on a few years down the road.
Metallic - Moon white
White is now the third most popular colour for new cars, so Moon white is a shade plenty of Superb buyers choose. There’s a hint of grey behind the white, which adds more depth to the colour and stops it from looking too bland.
Pearl - Black magic
Pearl-effect paint can really bring dark colours to life, and that’s just what Skoda has achieved with its Black magic paint. It makes the Superb look surprisingly mean and moody for such a sensible family car. We think it’s well worth the extra over the free-of-charge solid colours.
Metallic - Petrol blue
If you’re willing to be different, have a good look at the metallic Petrol blue. It’s almost turquoise, and attracts attention without being too in your face. It’s not available on the SportLine Plus model, though.
Exclusive paint - Dragon green
If you’re bored by the swathes of grey, silver and black cars you see on the roads, take a closer look at Skoda’s Dragon green. To our eyes it’s at least as yellow as it is green, but however you describe the shade it’s certainly different. Just be ready for all the extra attention…
Exclusive paint - Race blue
The Superb is a good-looking car, but maybe a bit conservative for some tastes. You can jaz it up a bit with the Race blue paint finish. It really pops on a sunny day. To our eyes it’s much better than the bland solid Energy blue paint.
Exclusive paint - Velvet red
Velvet red really packs a punch. It’s a deep colour, with far more warmth than the pillar box red of some cars. As one of the ‘exclusive’ paint finishes, it is quite pricey, but this is the only shade of red available to Superb buyers.
Exclusive paint - Royal green
Introduced for the Coronation of King Charles, Royal green is a brilliant deep metallic shade. If you're feeling regal then this is the colour to go for - and paired with the optional brown leather of the top-end Laurin & Klement trim level it's a striking combination.