Skoda Superb Estate hybrid costs, insurance, warranty & tax

The Superb iV can look expensive next to non-electrified variants, but in comparison to plug-in hybrid alternatives, it’s fantastic value for money

Skoda Superb Estate hybrid
Overall rating

4.5 out of 5

Running costs & insurance rating

4.0 out of 5

Insurance groupWarrantyService interval2020/21 company-car tax cost (20%/40%)
26-273yrs / 60,000 miles1yr / 18,000 milesFrom £843 / £1,685

Compared to other large plug-in hybrids, the Superb iV Estate is great value for retail or business buyers when it comes to purchase and running costs. We’d like to see slightly lower monthly PCP finance payments, but that may happen as the Superb ages and Skoda introduces more incentives.

Currently, retail buyers are looking at around £450 a month for an SE L after a £5,000 deposit, based on a 36-month contract with 10,000-mile annual allowance. Business lease deals are available from under £350 a month if you shop around, which is seriously competitive for such a large and well equipped estate; the Superb could be a favourite with fleet managers.

Skoda Superb Estate hybrid insurance group

The Superb falls into insurance groups 26 to 27, which is on par with rivals like the Volkswagen Passat GTE and even the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.

Warranty

The Superb has a three-year/60,000-mile warranty as standard, and it can be extended up to five years/100,000 miles for £630. The lithium-ion battery is warrantied for eight years/100,000 miles, which includes a guarantee to refurbish or replace the battery if it drops below 70% of its as-new performance.

Servicing

The Superb has a variable servicing schedule and will display a message on its dashboard when it requires a service. A lot of driving around town may see servicing required more frequently, but otherwise expect the car to request a trip to the service centre roughly every 12 months.

Road tax

Like all hybrid cars, the Superb iV is liable for a £145 annual road-tax bill – a measly £10 discount on the standard £155 figure for pure-petrol and diesel vehicles. As both the SportLine Plus and Laurin&Klement versions exceed the £40,000 list-price threshold, those models are liable for an additional £335 road-tax premium the first five times the tax is renewed. That takes the annual bill to £480 during that period.

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