City slickers in need of a congestion-friendly new car are being urged to try the smallest model Skoda’s ever offered.
The Czech company has just unveiled its new Citigo, which is based on the same technology as the new Up hatchback from sister firm Volkswagen, and will be available across the UK to buy or lease from next summer.
“The demand for small cars with low fuel consumption, at a favourable price and with reasonable operating costs, is growing,” said Professor Winfried Vahland, chair of Skoda’s board of directors.
“Skoda’s new small vehicle is a reaction to this trend. We are entering new ground and the Citigo will attract prospects mainly in our European markets.”
When the Citigo arrives in the UK it will be the firm’s sixth model, alongside the Fabia, Roomster, Yeti, Octavia and Superb.
To contract hire a Skoda contact 1st4 as an alternative to buying.