The Citigo can seat only four, whereas some rivals, including the Fiat Panda and Hyundai i10, can carry five.
However, the Citigo is almost as wide in the back as it is in the front, so there’s plenty of elbow room for a couple of burly blokes. Rear head room is also impressive by the standards of the class, although leg room is tight for adults – especially if they’re sitting behind someone tall. If you carry more than one passenger on a regular basis, the i10 is a better choice.
Getting into the back of the three-door model is a bit of a squeeze, but the five-door version has wide door openings and, once inside, each rear passenger gets a well-placed door armrest and a cupholder.