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The Most Common Škoda Citigo Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Škoda Citigo. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Citigo

The Citigo is, as the name would suggest, a small city car produced by the Czech car manufacturer Skoda.

In fact, the Citigo was Skoda’s first ever car of this class having favored creating larger family models in the past.

Sharing the mechanical makeup with the almost identical Volkswagen Up! and SEAT Mii, the Citigo is a fierce competitor against other similar vehicles like the Hyundai i10.

Launched in 2012, the Citigo was released as either a 3-door or 5-door boxy little car with the option of manual or automatic transmission. In comparison to its competitors, this little vehicle proves more versatile with two 1-liter 3-cylinder petrol engines producing 59 or 74 horsepower. A general criticism of these engines however is the sluggish automatic transmission, with car review sites urging customers to opt for the manual.

Surprisingly smooth over rougher terrains such as potholes and speed bumps, the Citigo maintains this smoothness at higher speeds and so proves it can not only handle ton driving but motorways too. The only exception to this rule is the model that has the optional sports suspension. What Car? Calls the Citigo the ‘best handling car in its class.’

Quiet for a little car, the Citigo offers internal comforts such as fully adjustable seating and steering wheel, good rear visibility and (on higher-end models) rear parking sensors. CD players are available in all trim levels, but for the more expensive models, satellite navigation and touchscreen system are installed.

Storage space is generous, with the boot allowing cargo for up to 951 liters when both rear seats are folded. This is perhaps only where the Citigo lacks in comparison to its rivals, with only 2 rear passenger seats rather than three.

A 'green' version is the only car that is tax-free and Euro NCAP awarded the Citigo 5 stars for safety, with an 89% score for adult occupants. 2019 saw the end of the traditional Citigo with only the electric Citigo-e IV surviving. Skoda revealed they would not be replacing this car and neither would they make another small car of this size.