Skoda Superb Estate voted Best In Class at Fleet World Honours | Industry - Car News May 2011

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11:18 Friday 05 Nov 2021

At a the Fleet World Honours ceremony which took place today at the Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall, the Skoda Superb won the title of ‘Best Estate Car’.

Judges at the annual Fleet World Honours, chaired by editor Steve Moody, present awards to the car makers, service companies, and individuals who have achieved the highest level of excellence in the sector. This year Martin Burke, the Head of Fleet Sales for Skoda UK, was presented with the trophy for 'Best Estate Car' for the Skoda Superb Estate.

Upon presenting the award to Mr Burke, Fleet World said of the winning car:

"For businesses looking for an estate that can perform roles from job-need to user-chooser executive perk car, there is nothing to beat the exceptional Škoda Superb. Huge interior space is its key asset, but it also has a wide range of excellent petrol and diesel engines to suit all types of budget, while the new GreenLine II range offers this vast, comfortable and well-built car with CO2 levels as low as 114g/km."

Mr Martin Burke expressed the firm's happiness to have won the award, and said:

"Škoda's drive to impress corporate users with cars that offer a blend of high specification, low running costs, high standards of quality, and excellent environmental performance is paying dividends. We believe there's no better example of that than the Škoda Superb Estate."

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