Like the VW Up and Seat Mii, the Skoda Citigo sports just one engine – a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine with either 58bhp or 73bhp. And five-door variants all come with a £350 premium over the three-door model.
The range kicks off at £7,630 for the S model which comes with Head/Thorax airbags, height adjustable steering wheel, power steering, daytime driving lights, preparation for portable infotainment device (PID), CD player with aux input and 14-inch steel wheels.
The mid-level Citigo trim line is SE, which comes with electric front windows, body coloured door mirrors and handles, ESP, remote central locking and air-conditiong as standard, and is priced from £8,530.
Elegance is the Citigo’s flagship trim line. The model boasts electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, 14-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, leather steering wheel, front fog lamps, and Skoda’s portable infotainment device (PID).
The Citigo will launch in the UK on the June 1, 2012 .