Škoda updates the Citigo for 2017

It's been five years since Škoda's Citigo first arrived at dealers, so the diminutive city car was probably overdue a refresh.

Only dedicated car spotters are going to notice the external alterations though, because they're rather subtle. The modified bonnet gains a slightly raised centre section, there are some new wheel designs and the front bumper now has a full-width air intake that incorporates the fog lights.

Skoda Citigo 5-Door (2017) Front Side

The situation is very similar inside, where changes are limited to a revised instrument cluster and the introduction of an umbrella storage space beneath the front passenger seat. A leather-covered multi-function steering wheel now appears on the options list, too.

2017 Citigo buyers in the UK will have a choice of S, SE, SE L, Monte Carlo and Colour Edition trim grades. As before, power comes from a 1.0 litre, three-cylinder petrol engine which produces either 59 bhp (44 kW / 60 PS) or 73 bhp (55 kW / 75 PS).

Skoda Citigo (2017) DashboardSkoda Citigo 3-Door (2017) Rear Side

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