The Skoda Citigo is fundamentally the same car as the Seat Mii and VW Up, but is cheaper to buy than both of its twin siblings. That means it's also a rival to the brilliant Hyundai i10 and the Renault Twingo.
Unlike many rivals – including the aforementioned i10 and Twingo – the Citigo is available in three as well as five-door form, and there’s even an automatic gearbox if you don't want the hassle of doing the armwork yourself.
If you do most of your driving in and around town, you’ll be fine with the cheaper ‘60’ model but, with its extra 15bhp, the ‘75’ brings a noticeably stronger acceleration, making it easier to keep pace with traffic on faster roads. Both engines are 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrols, though, so don’t expect sparkling performance from either.
Read on over the next few pages for our in depth impressions of the Skoda Citigo, how it compares with key rivals and advice on which versions make the most sense for you.