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CITIGO - TAKE ON THE CITY IN STYLE
Born for the city, the CITIGO is big on agility, practicality and functionality. This is a car that can manoeuvre into tight spaces with ease and puts the fun back into exploring concrete jungles. It's spacious too, with ample room for four adults, whilst thoughtful technology ensures every urban adventure is enjoyable. The result is a car that's ingeniously compact, yet anything but small.
With its bright dynamic design, chrome embellishments and finned front grille, the CITIGO's bold exterior cuts through the noise as it zips through the streets.
THREE-SPOKE STEERING WHEEL
CITIGO S, SE and Colour Edition models feature a standard three-spoke steering wheel, while SE L models include a luxurious leather multifunction alternative. In-keeping with its motorsports roots, the Monte Carlo has a leather sport steering wheel with red stitching.
The central feature on any instrument cluster, the large speedometer catches the eye while keeping you up to speed on your driving statistics. From SE upwards, dials also feature a rev counter and fuel gauge.
While the on-board infotainment system packs an immediate punch, it truly comes alive when you connect it to your smartphone via the Move&Fun app.
PERFORMANCE DRIVEN BY YOU
A car that's exciting to drive in and out of the city, that's also easier on the environment. That's the beauty of ŠKODA's GreenTech engine, which helps reduce fuel consumption thanks to its stop/start system, energy recuperation and low rolling resistance tyres.
WATCH THIS SPACE
The CITIGO's generous interior offers ample space for shopping, luggage and the odd picnic hamper. Quickly fold down the rear seats and there's even more room for all sorts of cargo.
SAFETY IN NUMBERS
Our city car is packed full of innovative active and passive safety features, achieving a five star rating from Euro NCAP (European New Car Assessment Programme). From airbags to ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) to parking sensors and city safe braking system, the CITIGO has it going on.