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Click above for high-resolution gallery of the Škoda Superb GreenLine

Last year at the Geneva Motor Show, Skoda announced that it would offer a GreenLine version of its Superb sedan and that fuel-saving model is finally ready to show up in dealerships in the U.K. Like the Passat BlueMotion on which the Superb is based, buyers will be greeted by a 1.9-liter turbodiesel engine that generates 105 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque, and scores 46 U.S. mpg (5.1 l / 100 km) in the EU combined cycle.

Also included in the package are low rolling resistance tires, numerically higher gearing, lowered ride height and improved aerodynamics. Perhaps most importantly to U.K. buyers is its carbon emissions of 136 g/km, which places the Superb GreenLine in VED band C and garners an annual road fund license of £120 a year. Thanks for the tip, Zoe!

Gallery: 2008 Skoda Superb GreenLine

[Source: Skoda]Continue reading Skoda launches GreenLine Superb

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