The Skoda Citigo could be available for as little as 75 per month, according to well-placed industry sources.
At its UK launch, Skoda insiders told us that the Citigo could be available under a personal contract hire scheme for an initial deposit of around 2000, followed by monthly payments of 75. Alternatively, a deposit of 145 would mean monthly payments of 145.
Prices for the Citigo will start from 7630 when it goes on sale in June. That's 365 less than the cheapest Volkswagen Up and 215 less than the entry-level Seat Mii making Skoda's model the least expensive of the three virtually identical city cars.
A five-door version of the Citigo will be launched at the same time and will cost 350 more than the three-door car.