The Skoda Citigo has received a 2018 model year update, featuring a lightly redesigned exterior, updated interior and two new editions: Colour and Monte Carlo.
Updates to the exterior consist of a redesigned bonnet, bumpers, fog lights and radiator grille. LED daytime running lights and dark-tinted rear lights are as standard for SE and SE L trim levels, optional for the S. The Citigo is available with a range of alloy wheels.
The compact Citigo has a 251-litre boot which increases to 951 litres with the rear seats folded. A multifunction steering wheel with leather cover is standard for the top-of-the-range SE L. Two available infotainment systems are offered, with auxiliary and USB ports, an SD-card slot, colour display, speakers and Bluetooth connection.
The latest round of updates follow the Citigo’s win in the Safest Used First Car 2017 awards this week. The 2018 model has autonomous emergency braking and brake assist to prevent collisions. Four airbags, electronic stability control, traction control and Hill-Hold Control are as standard.
With the 2018 model year updates the Citigo gets two new editions based on existing trim levels. The Monte Carlo has a rally-based design with a lower sports chassis, front and rear spoilers and tinted windows. The Colour Edition, based on the SE trim, is available as either three or five doors with 15-inch Crux alloy wheels in black or white.
UK pricing for the Citigo starts from £8,635 with all models now available to order.