CITIGO 3 DOOR S | From £8,860
Standard Equipment includes:
14" Indus steel wheels
Daytime running lights
Radio Blues with AUX-IN, SD card, CD drive, USB port and two speakers
CITIGO 3 DOOR SE | From £10,135
Standard Equipment includes (over S):
14" Apus silver alloy wheels
Radio Swing with coloured display, AUX-IN, SD card, USB socket, Bluetooth, six speakers and smartphone holder
CITIGO 3 DOOR SE L | From £10,685
Standard Equipment includes (over SE):
15" Crux silver alloy wheels
Heated front seats
Acoustic rear parking sensors
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Optimised for fuel efficiency in city and urban areas, the 1-litre three cylinder petrol engine is available with a manual or automatic gearbox. Available with 1.0 litre (60PS and 75PS) engine.
The dashboard offers an ergonomic control panel to the Citigo's array of practical features.
The front seats in the Citigo 3 Door slide forward allowing easy rear access for passengers.
Thanks to its generous array of safety systems, you can drive with peace of mind. The Citigo has a five star Euro NCAP Safety rating.
Images are for illustration purposes only and may not be UK specification. Some of the equipment shown is optional.
+These vehicles are WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) type approved vehicles. More information is available at WLTP Info. However, in line with Government guidance, to facilitate comparison between different models from different manufacturers and to accommodate the full transition to this new testing regime, we have displayed NEDC figures. These NEDC figures are the values for this vehicle used in registration and taxation documentation until further notice from the UK authorities. These NEDC figures have been derived from WLTP testing, and may not be equivalent to NEDC figures from NEDC testing, so comparisons may be unreliable. Fuel consumption and efficiency figures are provided for comparative purposes only and may not reflect ‘real world’ driving results. Choice of wheels and other options may affect fuel consumption and emissions data.