Skoda Fabia and Citigo Colour Editions complete guide
Skoda hopes a range of new colour options will inject some excitement into the Fabia and Citigo model lines. Here’s what you need to know…
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Skoda is hoping a bright splash of colour will make both the Fabia and Citigo more attractive than ever. The new special models – called the Colour Editions – will be available from April 2016. We take a look at all the new paint schemes on offer and the extra equipment they have.
If either of these cars sound perfect for you, use our Skoda Citigo and Skoda Fabia car configurator to get a great deal on your new car. Read our dedicated Skoda Citigo and Skoda Fabia colours guides to check out what other shades are on offer, or check out our car paint types guide for an in-depth look at the variety of modern finishes available.
New Skoda Fabia Colour Edition
The Fabia supermini will now be available in a selection of four new colours. You can choose to pair Candy White, Race Blue, Black Magic Pearl or Rallye Green Metallic body panels with contrasting black or white finishes on the roof, mirror caps and wheels to create your own unique colour combination.
In addition, the Fabia gets new 16-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights and cruise control fitted as standard. The Fabia can be had with one of two petrol engines – a 74hp 1.0-litre or an 89hp 1.2-litre turbo priced at £13,360 and £13,990 respectively.
New Skoda Citigo Colour Edition
The Citigo city car is offered in a range of colours including Tornado Red, Candy White, Deep Black Pearl and Spring Green hues and gets 15-inch black alloy wheels as standard. An entertainment pack with four additional speakers is also fitted, as are front fog lights, tinted windows and a removable infotainment system.
The three-door Citigo, with a 1.0-litre petrol engine, is priced at £9,990 while the five-door model with the same special paint colours and equipment costs £10,350. This is approximately £850 more than the standard SE model, but the Citigo Colour Edition comes with over £1,400 worth of extra equipment as standard.
Save money on your new Skoda
If either of these cars has taken your fancy, use our Skoda Citigo and Skoda Fabia car configurators to get the best deal on your new car. If you’re not sure which car to buy, our car chooser tool is here to help.
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