Which used Skoda Citigo hatchback should I buy?
Entry-level S trim cars get a CD player but not a great deal else – even electric windows and remote central locking are left off the specification sheet. It’s worth upgrading to SE to get both of these, along with air conditioning and a height adjustable driver’s seat, or to Elegance (later renamed SE L) for alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, heated seats and sat-nav.
Beyond those, there are Sport and the later Monte Carlo models, but be warned that both come with firmer suspension that unsettle the ride.
You’ll also need to opt for at least Elegance trim if you want the higher-powered engine.
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