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Hi guys and girls


I want to show my Citigo and some of the small changes i have made so far.

A lot more is coming, but i am doing it one step at a time.

We use this car every day, therefore i have to plan ahead for bigger projects...


Some info:

Skoda Citigo GreenTec Elegance 1,0 60 BHP 5-doors, with "elegance go package" (includes tinted windows, rear parking sensors, cruise control with MFA and preperation for PID) - basicly all extra equipments but the sunroof.

It is night blue metallic and fitted with 15" Auriga alloys.

It is bought with extended warranty - 5 years/100.000 km


Some pics:

Just arrived at the dealer:



Finally home:



Rear parking sensors:






15" Auriga alloys:




Heres some of my small mods:

Cornering fog lights:



MFA shows km/l instead og l/100 km:



Rear inner arches:




Audi TT pedals:



Boot side linings:




Mobile phone mount which gets power from the PID mount (dont mind the adhesive tape, its a "prototype" :) )






Forgot to take a photo. Coming soon :)


Underbody rust protection:





More is on the way...

Edited by ColinD
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Very nice and good colour too :)

Where did you get the inner boot carpet linings from?

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Looking forward to seeing this progress

Keep us informed :)


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I like the idea of rear arch liners, the Citigo does suffer with a lot of noise from that area in the rain.

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Has anyone else had cornering fogs activated? I took mine to the dealer other day and asked for parking lights and coming home lights and got told that they can't access these features!! They said I need someone with VAG.COM to do it but it might invalidate warranty!? Anyone else had such extra features activated?

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Something standard on the car and will invalidate the warranty?

I've heard it all now.

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They probably just CBA


Although, you need to be careful when messing with VAG COM, Owens had trouble IIRC

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Hi - my you really have been busy - I like what you have done,particularly the TT pedals, did I spot a foot rest? - where did you source these and how difficult to fit?


Regards,  Malc

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Where did you get the bits to make the phone mount. Part No.s if possible.

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I like the idea of the extra rust protection and have Waxoiled parts of our Citigo. However, I wonder what Skoda would say if you tried to claim for body corrosion. They might imply that the layer of underseal you put on has trapped the moisture that caused the corrosion?

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I was wondering if you could go into more details on taking a power feed from the PID supply?

I want to feed an iPhone without having to trail wires up from the 12v socket.

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where did you buy all the pieces for the rear wheel arch liners? At Skoda or at VW?

Could you share with us all the pieces you needed?


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How come the rear parking sensors are not painted? I ordered a Citigo in the exact same colour yesterday, and it did´nt have blue parksensors neither. The brochure indicates them as painted. Do they show up on the Move&Fun?

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Well, as a reply to myself - and others, who might be interested: I´ve just picked up my new Citigo Elegance today, Midnight Blue. The salesman told me, that on cars in black and blue, the PDC sensors are NOT painted from the factory! It sounds very strange to me. However, prior to collecting the car, my PDC sensors was painted by the dealer.

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I hope they did it well. I work at Bosch, manufacturing PDC sensors, and a lot of customer complaints are caused because the dealer painted them wrong. Once they are wrong painted, not repair is possible. They must be changed.

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It looks fine. And since it was done by the dealer, they´ll have to sort it out, if the paint starts to fall off.

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