City cars

These cars need to be cheap to buy and run, but also de­cep­tively spa­cious in­side. Nim­ble han­dling is a must, too ‘The Cele­rio’s 68bhp 1.0-litre petrol en­gine is nicely peppy, mak­ing this car ideal if you rarely leave the city’

What Car? - - Deals Of The Month -

1 Skoda Cit­igo 1.0 List MPI price Green­tech £10,135 SE 3dr

Tar­get Price £9691 Sav­ing £444

WHAT CAR? SAYS The Cit­igo is sur­pris­ingly roomy in­side and en­joy­able to drive. It’s cheaper than its Seat and Volk­swa­gen sib­lings to buy, too. 2 Volk­swa­gen Up 1.0 TSI 90 High Up 5dr List price £13,120

Tar­get Price £12,535 Sav­ing £585

WHAT CAR? SAYS Add a slice of lux­ury to your city car with the Up. It comes with an eco­nom­i­cal 1.0-litre petrol en­gine and is good to drive. It doesn’t feel out­classed on the mo­tor­way, ei­ther. 3 Kia Pi­canto 1.25 3 List price £12,975

Tar­get Price £12,306 Sav­ing £669

WHAT CAR? SAYS The de­fend­ing city car cham­pion of­fers tidy han­dling and a rea­son­ably spa­cious boot. The in­fo­tain­ment on up­per mod­els is ex­cel­lent. 4 Suzuki Cele­rio 1.0 SZ3 List price £9649

Tar­get Price £9401 Sav­ing £248 WHAT CAR? SAYS

De­spite pro­duc­ing a mere 68bhp, the Cele­rio’s 1.0-litre petrol en­gine is nicely peppy, mak­ing this car ideal if you rarely leave the city. 5 Hyundai i10

1.2 Pre­mium SE List price £13,775

Tar­get Price £12,932 Sav­ing £843

WHAT CAR? SAYS Our for­mer cham­pion in this class is good to drive and, in our rec­om­mended Pre­mium SE spec, comes with plenty of equip­ment.

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