Reliability of the Skoda Citigo

The ADAC breakdown statistics determine which Skoda models are the most reliable and which have broken down most – a good help when buying a used Skoda Citigo.

In the statistics for 2021, all the breakdowns for which the German Yellow Angels had to move out in 2020 were recorded and evaluated. There is enough data available that gives an objective picture of the reliability of the Skoda Citigo.

Skoda Citigo Reliability

Breakdowns in the 2020 calendar year

EZ 2011 EZ 2012 EZ 2013 EZ 2014 EZ 2015 EZ 2016 EZ 2017 EZ 2018
21,4 16,9 14,0 10,7 8,2 2,6 2,3

Breakdowns in the 2019 calendar year

EZ 2010 EZ 2011 EZ 2012 EZ 2013 EZ 2014 EZ 2015 EZ 2016 EZ 2017
23,7 17,6 14,8 10,9 6,2 4,1

Legend: Number of breakdowns per 1,000 vehicles registered (= breakdown index) by year of first registration (EZ)

Common Breakdowns

  • Starter (2012
  • Vehicle electrics in general (2012)
  • Parking brake mechanical (2015)
  • Wiring harness (2012)
  • Brake pads (2015)

Source: ADAC

owner  Skoda Citigo owners’ reviews

If you wish to know more about eventual problems of a specific car (e.g. real mileage, potential traffic accidents damages, odometer rollback, repairs, etc.), then we suggest going to HPI-Check.

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Recent Citigo Recalls

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05. 02. 2021

Damaged battery cells may lead to a short circuit. This will increase the risk of fire. The Skoda CitigoE iV models … .

skoda-citigo-2017-recall
09. 02. 2018

The towing eye fitted to the vehicle may be defective. The towing eye fitted to the vehicle may break during use … .

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19. 11. 2016

The front panel of the sun roof may become detached, on account of inadequate bonding, and may fall on to the … .

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