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Parkers overall rating: 4 out of 5 4.0


  • Low running costs
  • Surprisingly comfortable
  • Practical for its size


  • Engine short of power
  • Poor sat nav system


The Skoda Citigo is the Czech firm’s first venture into the world of the city car. Based heavily on the architecture of the Volkswagen up!, all the ingredients are present to make it a capable car that appeals to a broad spectrum of society. It makes an ideal first car, due to its extremely low running costs, while it also works for a young family since there are several clever touches which improve practicality. The more mature driver may consider down-sizing to a Citigo as their needs change and the requirement for a larger car just isn’t there anymore. Even fleet drivers may be interested since company car tax bills are extremely small. However, by entering the super-small car market Skoda is going toe-to-toe with the likes of Volkswagen and SEAT, both of which have cars based on the same platform. Then there’s the Ford Ka, an excellent car in its own right. Does the Citigo have what it takes to stand out and appeal in a way its competition can’t? Read on to find out.

What owners say about this car

I've owned this car from new. 3.5 years and 34,000 miles. It's been dependable and I have largely enjoyed ownership. Read owner review

Size, spacious considering overall size and lots of room around pedals, 5 doors. Read owner review

The fuel consumption which is nearly always high 60s. Read owner review

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