I bought this car two months ago, my previous car a suzuki swift 1.5 was getting costly to run, the citigo sport is only £20 raod tax in the second year. While a missed the get up and go of my swift I soon got used to the citigo. The ride around town is very good and comfortable, however on the open road, road noise does intrude into the cabin.Excellent on fuel much better than my swift, while the first half on the gauge moves slower than the last half it easily gets 50+ to the gallon. Equipment in the sport is very good, my only gripe is manual wing mirrors and only one switch on the drivers door to operate the front window. I would have prefered a infotainment system built into the car as it does become a bind having to fit it to the dashboard each time you want to use it.Comes with aircon, daylight running lights, upgraded stereo, sports interior and matching mats, leather steering wheel and gear change,privacy glass on rear and back door windows,sports susspension. I decided to pay the extra for the temp spare wheel, worth it IMO. The exhaust sounds very raspy and at first you think you have a blowing exhaust.To get a good performance you have to give plenty of revs and it's the only new car I have ever had that really does take time to run in, under 1000 miles the car seems sluggish but gets better as you approach and pass 1000 miles. All'n'all I am very pleased with the car and use it purely as a commute to work car.
TONY HODGKINSON, WEST MIDLANDS, July 25th 2013