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Skoda Citigo Arrives in Ireland


Skoda Ireland has launched its new small car, the Citigo across its dealerships, with prices commencing from just €9,995 for the entry-level Active model. Citigo customers can choose from 3-door and 5-door models, both of which are powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine, with two power outputs on offer, 60hp and 75hp. Both variants are seated in tax band A with emissions of 105g/km of CO2, this results in an annual road tax fee of €160. The Citigo has performed admirably well in recent safety tests resulting in a 5-star rating from the EuroNCAP, it comes with ESP and side head thorax airbags as standard. Amongst the options available for the Citigo is a new five-speed automatic transmission, also available are satellite navigation and Bluetooth connectivity. Skoda Ireland have a finance option available for customers which offers an attractive 1.99% APR over three years, and includes three years servicing, warranty and roadside assist from €99 per month.


Commenting on the car’s launch Raymond Leddy, Head of Marketing, Skoda Ireland said: “The Citigo has already won several motoring awards across Europe and is really going to shake up the small car market here in Ireland. From a financial perspective the Citigo ticks all the boxes. Customers can avail of our PCP Solutions plan with an incredibly low APR combined with monthly repayments of €99 inclusive of servicing over 3-years. For further peace of mind we have 3-years warranty and roadside assist.” Leddy expanded, “The Citigo will appeal to a wide range of motorists from the family looking for a viable second car to the more mature motorist seeking a small car with comfort and efficiency to the first time buyer who is looking for new car technology at an affordable price. We are also forecasting demand with Ireland’s lowest priced automatic car – the Citigo 1.0MPI 60bhp ASG from just €10,745.” We drove the Citigo abroad earlier this year, read what we had to say by following this link: http://www.rev.ie/skoda-citigo-review/