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The 103bhp 1.6-litre diesel is adequate unless you’re really loaded up, while the 2.0 units, with 138bhp or 168bhp, are much stronger and deliver more effortless performance. The turbocharged petrol include a flexible 123bhp 1.4 and a punchy 158bhp 1.8. There’s also a powerful 3.6 V6, but it doesn’t feel as quick as you’d imagine it would. Given its size, you might expect the Superb to be as unwieldy as a bendy bus, but it’s actually quite agile. Body roll is tightly controlled and, while you do have to muscle it in to corners more than we’d like, the steering provides plenty of feedback. The Superb also impresses on more mundane journeys because it feels planted on the motorway and takes the sting out of most bumps and potholes. However, the ride isn’t perfect, becoming fidgety over patchy surfaces, especially at low speed.

The Superb isolates wind and road noise well, and the suspension stays quiet over bumps. The larger diesels and the petrol engines are generally hushed, but the 1.6 diesel isn’t particularly smooth or quiet.

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