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Why buy a used Skoda Citigo?

If you're in the market for a small city car that's high quality, cost-effective and compact, then a used Skoda Citigo is a great choice. While it's a relatively small on the outside, there's a surprising amount of space inside the cabin. Not only is the Citigo affordable to purchase, but it also has low running costs, helping owners to save money on your motoring costs.

Latest used Skoda Citigo

Skoda, Citigo

2020 - Skoda Citigo

2020 - Skoda Citigo32

Low Mileage

£10,497

Finance available £199 pm

*Representative example

  • 0L
  • 26.7K

    Miles
  • Full Electric
  • Automatic
  • Hatchback

CarSupermarket.com Preston

01772307599 *

4.8/5 Stars

Skoda, Citigo

2020 - Skoda Citigo

2020 - Skoda Citigo44

Reduced

£10,995

Finance available £223 pm

*Representative example

  • 0L
  • 18.0K

    Miles
  • Full Electric
  • Automatic
  • Hatchback

Lakeside Motors

01964212327 *

Skoda, Citigo

2014 (14) - Skoda Citigo

2014 (14) - Skoda Citigo24

£3,995

Finance available £66 pm

*Representative example

  • 1L
  • 84.5K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

M & N Davies Car Sales

01829289520 *

Skoda, Citigo

2019 - Skoda Citigo

2019 - Skoda Citigo30

Low Mileage

£9,499

  • 1L
  • 30.2K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

cinch

01473905712 *

4.3/5 Stars

Skoda, Citigo

2016 - Skoda Citigo

2016 - Skoda Citigo25

Low Mileage

£6,495

Finance available £122 pm

*Representative example

  • 1L
  • 49.0K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Wrights Motors

01366648875 *

Skoda, Citigo

2018 - Skoda Citigo

2018 - Skoda Citigo30

Low Mileage

£8,689

  • 1L
  • 27.6K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

cinch

01952924808 *

4.3/5 Stars

Skoda, Citigo

2017 (17) - Skoda Citigo

2017 (17) - Skoda Citigo14

Low Mileage

£4,995

Finance available £89 pm

*Representative example

  • 1L
  • 27.0K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

CHROME AUTOS LTD

02393881613 *

Skoda, Citigo

2018 (18) - Skoda Citigo

2018 (18) - Skoda Citigo24

Reduced

£7,490

  • 1L
  • 60.0K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Dace Car Supermarket

01617689745 *

4.8/5 Stars

Skoda Citigo snapshot review

Pros

  • More space than you’d think
  • Fun to drive
  • Cheap to buy

Cons

  • Bouncy ride
  • Cheapest models lack spec
  • Aging design

Skoda Citigo by type

Automatic
Electric
Petrol
5 Door

Used Skoda Citigo information

Engines and transmissions

There are several powertrain options available with the Citigo. Used examples can be found with a couple of different petrol engines paired with either a manual or automatic gearbox.

Petrol
  • Entry-level 1.0-litre three-cylinder produces 59bhp and takes 14.4 seconds to go from 0 to 62mph.
  • Higher-performance 73bhp variant reduces the 0-62mph time to 13.5 seconds.
  • Equipped with GreenTech (stop-start technology), the entry-level 1.0-litre engine returns up to 67.3mpg, with the higher-output motor offering up to 65.7mpg.

Practicality

Even as a city car, there is a large amount of interior space. The carmaker has made good use of the space, making the Citigo a decent family car.

Interior space
  • Tall adults can fit in the front seats, and drivers will be most comfortable with the available height-adjustable seat.
  • Two adults can fit in the back seat, but it is best suited for adults who aren't tall.
  • ISOFIX child seat mounts are found in the two back seats, but they are easier to access on the five-door model.
Boot space
  • 251-litre boot is one of the largest in the segment, providing enough space to hold some shopping bags.
  • 60:40 rear split seats increase the boot size to 959 litres in the five-door variants and 951 litres in the three-door models.
  • Four bag hooks included in the boot to secure cargo.
Bodystyles
  • Three-door Citigo has a sportier appearance.
  • Five-door Citigo offers easier access to the rear seat, and is better suited for families.

Safety

  • 2019 Euro NCAP crash test rating is three out of five stars.
  • Child occupant has the highest rating of 83%, while adult occupant is at 81%.
  • Standard safety kit includes four airbags, and City Safe autonomous emergency braking is available.

Technology

  • A USB port and 12V socket were available in some models.
  • Available removable navigation system could be mounted to the included cradle found on the centre stack.

Skoda Citigo generations

The Skoda Citigo was released in 2011, as a mechanically identical twin of the SEAT Mii and Volkswagen UP!. While these three models were mechanically identical to one another, the Skoda version came with a waterfall-type grille and wider headlamps than the others. Skoda decided to discontinue the Citigo in 2019 while it was still in its first generation, in order to focus more heavily on the EV lineup.

First Generation (2012 to 2019)

First Generation (2012 to 2019)
Fuel type:
Petrol
Engine Size:
1
MPG:
62 - 68
Acceleration:
13.2 - 16.7 seconds
Boot space:
251 L capacity
NCAP Safety rating:
5 / 5 stars
  • Greenest

    1.0 MPI GreenTech SE 5dr

  • Cheapest

    1.0 MPI S 3dr

  • Fastest

    1.0 MPI 75 GreenTech SE L 3dr

Used Skoda Citigo information

Used Skoda Citigo FAQ's

How does the Skoda Citigo perform?

The Citigo has a surprising level of energy for such a small car. It feels stable with its firm grip on the road. It offers a composed and supple ride, which you'd normally expect only in a larger car. Its small size, combined with a refined build and suspension, make it a suitable vehicle for exciting manoeuvring around tight city streets and twisting B-roads.

What is the running cost of a Skoda Citigo?

The Citigo is as cheap to run as it is affordable to acquire, so running costs can be kept down. It has low insurance group ratings, affordable spare parts and fixed-price servicing. For fuel economy, even the most power-hungry engine in its lineup delivers a good range of around 47-59 mpg. The less powerful engines push between 64.5-78.6 mpg, which you can further increase by opting for the start/stop technology.

Is the Skoda Citigo a good car for daily commuting?

Anyone looking for a low-cost, small car to get around the town or daily commuting to work or school will find that the Skoda Citigo is a good option for them. It is also suitable for young drivers or first-time car owners because of its low speed, and it's also economical to maintain.

Is the Skoda Citigo a comfortable ride?

Although it is a small car, the Citigo is surprisingly roomy, a feature that even modern city cars often find challenging to overcome. It has sufficient space to comfortably seat 4 adult passengers, up to around 5 foot 9 inches. The front has a minimalistic dashboard that helps make it feel a bit more spacious and airy inside, too. Although passengers might struggle to get inside the rear seats of a 3-door trim, they'll find the ride is quite comfortable once inside, even on a long journey or the motorway.

Is it easy to use the infotainment system in the Skoda Citigo?

Initially, Skoda offered an infotainment system only with top-trim vehicles. However, most drivers found them a bit overly complex to operate. In response, Skoda redesigned the dashboard-mounted Gamin-system and made it more user friendly. In 2017, Skoda joined up with Volkswagen to offer smartphone apps, turning your phone into an instant touchscreen control for the infotainment system. The app makes it very easy to use the infotainment system features, such as Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and satellite navigation.

What is the safety rating of the Skoda Citigo?

The Euro NCAP crash-tested the Skoda Citigo and awarded it a 5-star rating in 2011. However, the rating dropped to 3 stars in 2019 due to stricter testing requirements. However, the Skoda Citigo has a range of standard safety equipment available, including 4 airbags. You can also get several optional safety features, like City Safe, an autonomous emergency braking system.

What are the alternatives to the Skoda Citigo?

The SEAT Mii and the Volkswagen Up are the closest rivals to the Citigo, partly because both are sister cars built on the same underpinnings. Although similar in build, they do have slightly different physical appearances. VW also offers a petrol-powered turbo and electric motor in its lineup, which Skoda lacks. Besides these, nothing else is significantly different among the 3 related models.

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