Used Skoda Citigo cars for sale

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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI (60PS) Monte Carlo 3-Door

£8,290
2015(65)
 
 
  • 1,768
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI SE ASG Auto 5-Door

Low mileage
 
£7,495
2015(65)
 
 
  • 2,000
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI (60PS) SE 3-Door

£7,295
2016(16)
 
 
  • 3,879
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI MONTE CARLO 60PS. 1 OWNER, SAT NAV, BLUETOOTH, STUNNING LOOKS 3-Door

Low mileage
 
£6,800
2015(15)
 
 
  • 11,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI SE 5DR

Low mileage
 
£6,899
2015(65)
 
 
  • 4,430
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI (60PS) Colour Edition 3-Door

£8,495
2016(16)
 
 
  • 3,726
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI SE 5dr Hatchback Manual

£4,999
2013(13)
 
 
  • 13,989
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI (60PS) SE 3-Door

£5,895
2015(15)
 
 
  • 15,089
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

MONTE CARLO MPI

£7,000
2015(65)
 
 
  • 12,300
  • Manual
  • Petrol
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Skoda Citigo

ELEGANCE GREENTECH 5-Door

£4,995
2012(62)
 
 
  • 40,500
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 Mpi Se 3Dr Petrol Hatchback

Reduced by £1,700 was £8,985
 
£7,285
2016(16)
 
 
  • 170
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 SE MPI 3d 59 BHP 3-Door

£7,500
2016(16)
 
 
  • 56
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI Greentech SE 5Dr Hatchback

£8,495
2016(16)
 
 
  • 123
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI SE ASG 3dr Auto

£5,995
2014(14)
 
 
  • 4,000
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Skoda Citigo

1.0 MPI (60PS) Monte Carlo Manual 5-Door

Low mileage
 
£6,290
2014(64)
 
 
  • 8,503
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
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Used Skoda Citigo

Background

 
The city car market has gradually been developing, although until the arrival of the Citigo, Skoda was without its own dinky motor designed to cater to the needs of drivers who have to deal with the traffic-clogged roads of modern metropolises.
 
The Citigo made its maiden appearance in early 2012 and it shares the same platform as the Volkswagen Up! and the Seat Mii. That means Skoda's badge is stuck onto an established design, which results in this particular variant being a bit more affordable than its otherwise identical rivals.
 
Affordability is an important part of the Citigo's appeal and its name leaves no room for confusion about its intentions. But should you give the Citigo the time of day?
 
Bang for your buck
 
The Skoda Citigo for sale comes with a 1.0 litre petrol engine as standard and this unsurprisingly needs to be thrashed quite a bit if you want to get it up to speed.
 
Of course for urban cruising it's more than nippy enough to satisfy and there are plenty of other reasons to get serious about this car aside from its performance.
 
Exterior styling is carefully compiled if not entirely awe-inspiring, but of course it is the technical aspects of the Citigo which are likely to get pulses racing.
 
It measures three and a half metres long, with the wheelbase occupying a length just a metre below this, which means that there is tons of room on the inside that can even top alternatives like the Fiat 500.
 
You'll be able to pack four adults into the Citigo without the passengers in the rear feeling cramped, which is quite an achievement. The doors even open wide to allow easy access and the boot has a 251 litre capacity which is similarly impressive.
 
The trim is well chosen and stylish without feeling like practicality has been compromised, although it is worth bearing in mind that two seat belts at the rear limit this to a four person capacity. Those with three little ones to ferry around might find this disappointing.
 
What you'll pay
 
The new pricing of the Skoda Citigo in the UK starts at around £8000 and goes up to roughly £11,000, so if you are buying used you can use this as a basis to judge the appropriateness of a particular second hand asking price.
 
Nearly new examples will kick off at £6000 and you can expect the used market for this model to develop exponentially as it becomes a more mature product.
 
What to check
 
Every Citigo for sale should still be well within the remit of the manufacturer's warranty so make sure that everything is shipshape in the paperwork department.
 
With recently released cars you should be able to insist on virtual perfection in used models and use this as a measure of the quality of any example you encounter. The fact that this platform is also being used by VW and Seat should give you confidence in its reliability and there is not too much that can go wrong with small engine-toting city cars like the Citigo away.
 
Parts
 
Parts for the Citigo should be affordable and widely available, although hopefully you will not have to worry about paying for major replacements until the warranty has run its course.
 
How it drives
 
In terms of economy the Skoda Citigo is one of the best cars to buy, particularly if you are living in the heart of a city or regularly need to travel into one.
 
Pick Skoda's efficiency package and you'll get the useful start-stop engine tech that helps cut fuel consumption when you're stuck in congestion, as well as allowing you to gain exemption from London's congestion charge and slash the cost of road tax.
 
The handling and comfort are decent, although with such small engine sizes you will obviously find that acceleration and torque are not exactly impressive.
 

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