How many MPG does a Skoda Citigo get?

The entry-level 1.0-litre 59bhp engine returns up to 55.4mpg on the latest WLTP test cycle and emits 96g/km. The more powerful 74bhp is nearly as good, with economy of up to 53.3mpg on the WLTP test and 97g/km of CO2.

Is the Skoda Citigo being discontinued?

The Skoda Citigo-e iV has been discontinued as the Czech manufacturer looks to move away from producing smaller electric cars. It’s news which is bound to disappoint drivers who were looking to mitigate high EV asking prices by getting behind the wheel of a battery-powered city car.

Is the Skoda Citigo a reliable car?

According to our latest What Car? Reliability Survey, the Citigo is a pretty safe bet, because it finished in sixth place out of 23 other small and city cars. That’s a better score than the Volkswagen Up managed and only just behind the Hyundai i10.

Does the Skoda Citigo have air con?

As with many city cars, the entry-level trim is best avoided on the Skoda Citigo. It’s cheap, but misses out on vitals like electric windows, air-conditioning and remote central locking.

What is the road tax on a Skoda Citigo?

Annual Road Tax CO2 Emissions (g/km)
S 1.0 MPI 60PS GreenTech 5d £155.00 96 (Band E)
1.0 MPI S 3d (31 Mar 2017 – 29 Apr 2017) £155.00 101 (Band F)
1.0 MPI S 3d (1 Jun 2012 – 31 Mar 2017) £20.00 101-105 (Band B)
1.0 MPI S 3d ASG £20.00 103 (Band B)

What is Skoda Citigo GreenTech?

The Skoda Citigo proves that budget cars don’t have to feel or look cheap. Cabin quality and comfort are first-rate, while the big car refinement and composed handling make it a joy to drive. Our GreenTech model trails the Mirage on performance, although it’s cleaner and will cost you less to run.

Why did Skoda stop making the Citigo?

Skoda’s first electric production car, the Citigo-e iV, has been temporarily removed from sale after all UK examples sold out in less than two months.

Why have Skoda stopped making the Citigo?

The Skoda Citigo is officially no more, as the Czech maker focuses its efforts on larger models and electrification. The future of the city car, which is a sibling of the Volkswagen Up and Seat Mii, has long been in question, but Skoda sales and marketing boss Alain Favey has now confirmed it will not return.

Does a Skoda Citigo have a Cambelt?

VW UP | Skoda CitiGo | Seat Mii | Timing Belt Replacement – 1.0 Petrol Engines. Most VW engines have timing belt/cambelt replacement intervals between every 60,000 to 80,000 miles or 4 to 5 years [dependant on engine type].

How much is tax on a Skoda Citigo?

Annual Road Tax Six-monthly Road Tax
SE 1.0 MPI 60PS GreenTech 3d £155.00 £85.25
SE 1.0 MPI 60PS GreenTech 5d £155.00 £85.25
1.0 MPI SE 3d ASG (31 Mar 2017 – 29 Apr 2017) £155.00 £85.25
1.0 MPI SE 3d ASG (22 Aug 2016 – 31 Mar 2017) £0.00 N/A

How often does a Skoda Citigo need servicing?

A major service is carried out every 24 months or 20,000 miles, whichever comes sooner, and includes: Everything from an interim service plus (if required) Replacement air filter.

Where is the Skoda Citigo built?

As our first fully-electric model, we had lofty expectations for it, but demand just outstripped supply.” On 16 March, production was suspended in the plant in Bratislava, Slovakia, where the Citigo-e iV is manufactured alongside its Seat Mii Electric and Volkswagen e-Up!

Is the Skoda Citigo a good car to drive?

Despite the Citigo’s small size, it is surprisingly spacious. From the driver’s seat the car feels a little on the narrow side, but headroom is excellent and it’s easy to get comfortable. The back row is tight but it’s fine for short journeys or for children, plus there are Isofix points for child seats.

What kind of engine does a Citigo have?

The Citigo costs a little less than its near identical Volkswagen Up and SEAT Mii stable mates, so if you’re seeking the best value for money it’s a great choice of small hatchback. All versions of the Citigo are sold with a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine, with either 60PS or 75PS.

How many doors does a Skoda Citigo have?

Skoda offers both three and five-door models, the latter of which has surprisingly wide-opening rear doors to make loading child seats easy. The boot might not be huge, but compared to a Citroen C1 it’s generous.

How old does a Skoda Citigo gearbox need to be?

Cheapest versions not under 100g/km CO2. High incidence of gearbox and clutch failures lost it a star. Timing belts need replacing at 4 years or 40k miles. Dealers recommending manual gearbox oil change at 3 years old.