The five-door Skoda Citigo has been revealed for the first time at today's Geneva motor show.
6 March 2012

The five-door Skoda Citigo has been shown at today's Geneva motor show

Like the three-door version, the five-door Citigo will initially be powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine in two power guises - 59bhp or 74bhp, offering 62.8mpg and 105g/km of CO2 for the 59bhp version and 60.1mpg and 108g/km for the 74bhp unit. Highly economical variants under the Green Tec banner will also be available.

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The five-door Skoda Citigo keeps the three-door's 3560mm long, 1650mm wide and 1480mm high dimensions.

Skoda expects that the five-door car will account for the majority of Citigo sales when both variants go on sale this May.

Prices are yet to be confirmed, but a premium of £400 over the £7k three-door model is expected.

Anil Kanda

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31 January 2012

Handsome little car.

Its a shame Skoda never did a 3 door version of the Fabia , like VW and Seat did with their equivalents.

31 January 2012

I really like the look of that, looks smarter than the UP range and the 3dr Citigo/ Mii. Be interesting to see how they price and spec it.

31 January 2012

I've been waiting for an official picture of that since I've only seen a 3-door Up!

31 January 2012

Will there be a vRS version with the Up GT's turbocharged engine?

31 January 2012

Here here; like the idea of a VRS version of it. I drive an Octavia VRS TDi and its an absolute cracking car.

31 January 2012

I really like that!

31 January 2012

That looks really good. I just had a look back at the pictures of the 5-door Up and this beats it hands down!

31 January 2012

I suppose next week we'll get another 'reveal' of the 5 door Mii?

Can't wait...

1 February 2012

[quote deepheatthemovie]

I suppose next week we'll get another 'reveal' of the 5 door Mii?

Can't wait...

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;-)) my thoughts exactly.

It certainly has a more "mature" look compared to the VW.

It is increasingly looking like Skoda are going for the older market, Seat the 18 plus and VW the 25+ crowd who wish they were teenagers again!

 

 

It's all about the twisties........

1 February 2012

Anyone know when Up deliveries start in the UK?

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