We want to get one thing clear before diving into this review: the Skoda Citigo isn’t trying to be the next best thing. It’s not trying to fool anyone with a high-end price tag and a stupidly long spec sheet, unlike the Kia Cee’d.
Skoda Citigo: Tech
On the tech front, there’s not much to shout about, but perhaps that’s the point. For seven grand, we weren’t expecting much when the Citigo appeared on our driveway.
Skoda Citigo: Specs
- Detachable sat nav
Skoda Citigo: Performance
Don’t think just because it dons a reasonable price tag that the Citigo drives like a cheap and cheerful motor – although it’s certainly no Range Rover Evoque, the three-cylinder engines ensures a speedy take-off and smooth drive.
Skoda Citigo: Verdict
The inclusion of a detachable sat nav is a nice touch – you won’t find many car manufacturers that will do this – and its compact crust and eco-friendly engine make it an affordable and practical city run around.
Skoda Citigo review: Hands-on
Skoda Citigo review: Hands-onT3
Skoda's Citigo is budget motoring at its best. Although it's not perfect, its stylish crust and solid engine justify its ridiculously reasonable price tag
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