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  • Variable-height boot floor
  • DAB radio
  • Safety pack

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SKODA CITIGO Hatchback 1.0 MPI GreenTech SE 5dr

The five-door Citigo is a fantastic city car that’s good to drive and has a high-quality and attractive interior. The mid-range SE is well-equipped and the Greentech option adds sub-100g/km economy.

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SKODA CITIGO Hatchback 1.0 MPI SE 5dr

The five-door Citigo is a fantastic city car that’s good to drive and has a high-quality and attractive interior. In SE trim it’s well-equipped and economical.

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Colour Edition
This style-led trim gets a few unique metallic paint colours as standard, smoked 15in alloys (you can have silver wheels if you&#39;d rather), a four speaker stereo and front fog lights. You’ll have to pay extra for DAB radio and cruise control if you want them.,
This entry-level Citigo misses out on some important equipment – steel wheels, a radio, CD player are included, but air-con isn’t on the list. You don’t get split-folding rear seats or a height-adjustable driver’s seat, either.,
Monte Carlo
Monte Carlo trim comes with lots of bespoke styling cues, 15in alloy wheels, a sports steering wheel and tinted windows. However, given the relatively high price and standard sports suspension, which serves to worsen the ride with little noticeable improvement to the way the Citigo goes round corners, we wouldn’t bother. SE trim makes far more sense.,
This is the only trim offered with the more powerful 74bhp engine that we’d recommend if you regularly venture onto the motorway. It gets air-conditioning, heated front seats, 15in alloy wheels and rear parking sensors as standard, but we reckon cheaper SE trim makes more sense for the majority of buyers.\n\n,
This is our favourite trim because it&#39;s the cheapest way to get air-conditioning, electric front windows and remote central locking. You also get split-folding rear seats and a height-adjustable driver’s seat, but a leather-wrapped steering wheel and a DAB radio cost extra.,
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Miles per gallon

Official fuel economy figure

64.2-68.9 mpg

CO2 Emissions

Official emissions rating

100-96 g/km

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959 litres

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