2012 Skoda Citigo Price, Review, Specs, what car reviews, If you are looking for a small car with the performance capabilities of a sedan, then look no further than the Skoda Citigo. As the name suggests, this car is primarily meant for the cities enabling one to overcome the crowded streets and wriggle out of any congestion owing to its size. This car has been mirrored on the Volkswagon Up and boasts of amazing technology and supreme agility perfect for city conditions. The Skoda Citigo can comfortably house 4 passengers and it also boasts of a large boot space. So if you are planning for a small excursion with your family, luggage will not be a problem at all.
This car is as safe as it gets. With amazing new technologies used to construct this car, safety has been given a first priority. The front seats are equipped with head thorax air bags to protect the head in case of a front impact accident and it also comes with a new braking system that works on laser sensor which is activated at a speed below 30km/h. With all these amazing specifications, the car will still be reasonably priced and quality will not be compromised.
It is one of the most fuel efficient cars in its class with an average mileage of 11 km/l in the cities which goes up to 15.4 km/l on the highway. The 1L petrol variant comes with a 60BHP engine generating 44kw power at a top torque of 95 Nm. It has an acceleration of 0-100km/h in about 15 seconds and has a top speed of 165km/h. With a powerful xenon headlight on the outside and stylish and elegant interiors, the Skoda Citigo is set to rule over the mini car section for quite some time now. With the best air conditioning in its class, the Skoda Citigo is aptly a city car as it will ensure the passengers and the driver beat the city heat even when they are stuck on the road.
2012 Skoda Citigo Specs :
Two new, three-cylinder 1.0-litre petrol engines will be available after the Citigo’s launch (44 kW/60 HP and 55 kW/75 HP). The engines and the transmission have been designed to provide optimum economy in cities and their surroundings. Reaching the operating temperature even on short distances, the engines are highly economical. The highly economical Green tec version offers an average consumption of 4.2 l/100km and 4.3 l/100km respectively; with emissions of 97 g and 99 g CO2/km respectively. The fuel consumption and emission levels are indeed low – 4.5 l/100 km and 105 g CO2/km with the 44 kW engine and 4.7 l/100 km and 108 g CO2/km with the 55 kW unit.
Despite their low volumes, the engines reach high torque at low noise levels. The 1.0 MPI engine is used as the platform for alternative-fuel units, such as CNG (Compressed Natural Gas). CO2 output of this version will be from 79 g/km. Besides the manual transmission that is available from launch, ŠKODA will offer a five-speed automatic transmission in 2012 as an alternative to make this new small vehicle even more comfortable.