Skoda Citigo goes on sale

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Skoda’s new baby, the Citigo, has gone on sale at the place of its birth – the Czech Republic. Initially offered with a three-cylinder 1.0 L petrol engine, in 44 kW/60 hp and 55 kW/75 hp guises, the extra-frugal Green Tec versions drink an average of 4.2 L/100km and 4.3 L/100km respectively.

Offered in eight shades (three primary and five metallic), and three different trim levels, the Citigo begins with the 44 kW/60 hp base Active model, which features body-coloured bumpers, steel wheels and daytime running lights for CZK 179,900 (€ 7,226). The Ambition version starts at CZK 194,900 (€ 7,828) and includes body-coloured mirrors and handles, electric windows, remote central locking and 60:40 split/fold rear seating. From CZK 209,900 (€ 8,430), the Elegance model comes with electrically adjusted mirrors, heated seats, alloy wheels, and the on-board navigation/infotainment device.

Owners can choose upgrade packages or individual components, including a range of alloy wheels, cruise control, leather steering wheel, parking sensors and air conditioning. A notable option is the superb “City Safe Drive” brake assistant, which uses laser sensors to identify potential collisions, before activating the brakes automatically. Working at speeds below 30 km/h, it’s perfect for stop/star city traffic.

[Source: Skoda]



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