The Skoda Citigo, Skoda’s really rather good City Car is now available to order in the UK from £8,635 along with a minor makeover for 2017.
The Skoda Citigo City Car had a debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March with a slight change of front-end design, new mirror options plus new alloys as well as some tech enhancements.
At the front, the 2017 Citigo sports a new, creased bonnet with a slightly redesigned radiator grille. Moreover, it is equipped with new bumpers including a wider air vent and new rectangular fog lamps.
The car’s headlights now have LED daytime running lights. Meanwhile, fog lamps feature an optional cornering light function available.
The Skoda Citigo City Car has had a debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March with a slight change of front-end design
The latest Skoda Citigo comes with rev counter, fuel gauge available in two different versions, a new instrument cluster with redesigned speedometer. Furthermore, it has new versions of the Blues and Swing stereos along with a range of connectivity options. The Swing radio features a six speakers, colour display and bluetooth.
The new Citigo range is now available with four trim levels, namely S, SE, SE L and Monte Carlo.
The Citigo S comes with black grille, USB, isofix in the back, CD and blues radio. It is now on sale from £8,635 for the three-door and £8,985 for the five-door.
SE models include tinted rear lights, the 15-inch alloy wheels and white or black contrasting colours for the roof and wing mirrors.
The new Citigo range is now available with four trim levels, namely S, SE, SE L and Monte Carlo
The sporty Monte Carlo features the SE spec adding with 15″ black alloys, red centre console, 15mm lower suspension, sports seats, sport steering wheel, Monte Carlo styling and badging. Its price is at £10,975 on the road.
At the top of the Citigo range is the SEL spec concluding 15″ alloys, leather steering wheel and gear knob, more chrome, rear parking sensors, heated door mirrors and heated fronts eats.
Engines is still available with two 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol options, one with 74bhp and the other with 59bhp. At the Geneva Motor Show next month, Skoda is planning to show off Scout and Sportline variants of its new Kodiaq SUV with the most powerful Octavia ever.