The entry level three-door Skoda Citigo will be priced from £7,630 when it goes on sale in the UK on June 1.
The new Czech city car undercuts its VW Up and Seat Mii sister models by £365 and £215 respectively.
The Citigo is available in either three or five-door body styles and comes with a single 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine with either 58bhp or 73bhp power outputs. Carbon dioxide emission outputs range from 96-105g/km and the lower powered model can do a manufacturer quoted 68.9mpg.
The Entry level Citigo S models feature head/thorax airbags, height adjustable steering wheel, power steering, daytime driving lights, preparation for portable infotainment device (PID), CD player with aux input and 14-inch steel wheels. Prices for S trim start at £7,630 for three door and £7,980 for five door.
The mid-level Citigo trim line is SE, which comes with electric front windows, body coloured door mirrors and handles, ESP, remote central locking and air-conditiong as standard. Prices for SE trim start at £8,530 for three-door and £8,880 for five-door.
The Elegance is the Citigo’s flagship trim line. Offering electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, 14-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, leather steering wheel and front fog lamps come as standard. Elegance also includes Škoda’s portable infotainment device (PID), which provides customers with an onboard computer, navigation system, hands-free Bluetooth connectivity and a multimedia player in a single removable device.
Prices for Elegance trim start at £9,470 for three-door and £9,820 for five-door.