Brand New 2019 Skoda Citigo uk deals

Compare brand new 2019 Skoda Citigo prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £1846 from our dealers. Our 2019 Skoda Citigo deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Skoda manufactures 12 model variants.

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Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 60 SS 5 1.0 60 96 £9235 Save £1757
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 60 SS 3 1.0 60 96 £8885 Save £1736
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 60 SS 5 1.0 60 96 £10510 Save £1833
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 60 SS 3 1.0 60 96 £10160 Save £1812
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 60 SS 5 1.0 60 96 £11060 Save £1866
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 75 SS 5 1.0 75 97 £11450 Save £1890
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 75 SS 3 1.0 75 97 £11100 Save £1869
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 60 SS 3 1.0 60 96 £10710 Save £1845
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 60 SS 3 1.0 60 96 £11535 Save £1895
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 60 SS 5 1.0 60 96 £11885 Save £1916
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 60 SS 5 1.0 60 96 £11215 Save £1876
Manual Petrol 1.0GTech 60 SS 3 1.0 60 96 £10855 Save £1854
Full length Skoda Citigo video review with market value analysis

Pricing starts from just over £8,000 but most Citigo variants in the UK tend to be sold somewhere in the £9,000 to £11,000 bracket common to this kind of car. There'S a choice of either three or five-door bodyshapes and five different trim levels - 'S', 'SE', 'SE L', 'Monte Carlo' and 'Colour Edition'.

Avoid entry-level trim and with the base 60PS engine, you'll be offered the option of spending another £360 to get the more frugal 'GreenTech' version of that 1.0-litre Petrol unit (the 'GreenTech' tweaks are standard on the 75PS variant).

Even if you haven't a family, we'd want to look at paying an extra £350 to go from the three to the five-door bodystyle. Less crucial is the premium of around £400 necessary to progress from the 60 to the 75PS engine.

But urban owners may want to look at paying just over £500 more for the ASG automatic transmission. Across the range, new-generation 'Blues' and 'Swing' radio packages offer more connectivity options - ranging from an aux-in socket to an SD card slot and a USB socket.

A colour display, six speakers and a Bluetooth connection are added to the 'Swing' set-up. Using this, the system can be connected to the driver'S smartphone, which is stored in a special smartphone holder on the dashboard.

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