Few compact cars have such an appropriate name. The award-winning new CITIGO comes in three-door and five-door body styles, and at several equipment levels. It has the agility to handle parking and urban manoeuvres, as well as generous interior space. These features and more have earned it the title of What Car?'s Best City Car 2017.
Smooth curves define both the CITIGO'S body shape and the headlights. The 'C' shape visible in the rear lights is also unique to the ŠKODA range. Higher trim levels are singled out by added chrome edging and finishes, particularly around the front grille. Optionally add an electric panoramic sunroof to the car to increase the amount of natural light and air that floods in on sunny days.
Wide-opening doors increase access and loading space – a particularly useful addition for drivers using the Motability Scheme. You will find plenty of room for passengers and luggage on the inside. A 251-litre boot capacity with all seats in place can easily be increased to as much as 951 litres. The flexible rear bench is simple to adjust and folds flat.
Decide on a 1.0-litre diesel or petrol engine, and a manual or automatic gearbox. There are several engine options across the model range. A peak economy level of 68.9mpg combined keeps you and the CITIGO moving.
That figure is accomplished through ŠKODA's fuel-saving stop/start technology in GreenTech models, cutting engine power at a standstill for more efficient motoring.
Wherever you go, be constantly reassured by the model's five-star Euro NCAP safety rating. Full surrounding airbags are packed into the Citigo, and the equipment list is extended by clever technologies including Electronic Stabilisation Control.
You can discover even more of the car's capabilities via the built-in Portable Infotainment Device. Certain trim levels come with handy navigation, hands-free Bluetooth connectivity, and four more speakers as part of the Entertainment Pack.
You can see more about the new ŠKODA CITIGO below. To get more details from the Winchester Motor Company team and book a test drive, click on the enquiry button above.
These vehicles are WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) type approved vehicles. More information is available at WLTP Info. However, in line with Government guidance, to facilitate comparison between different models from different manufacturers and to accommodate the full transition to this new testing regime, we have displayed NEDC figures. These NEDC figures are the values for this vehicle used in registration and taxation documentation until further notice from the UK authorities. These NEDC figures have been derived from WLTP testing, and may not be equivalent to NEDC figures from NEDC testing, so comparisons may be unreliable. Fuel consumption and efficiency figures are provided for comparative purposes only and may not reflect 'real world' driving results. Choice of wheels and other options may affect fuel consumption and emissions data.
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