SKODA CITIGO 2014 1.G Owner's Manual
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ŠKODA CitigoOwner's Manual
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You have opted for a ŠKODA – our sincere thanks for your confidence in us.
This manual contains instructions about the vehicle operation, important information about safety,
vehicle care, maintenance and self-help and technical vehicle data.
Please read this Owner's Manual carefully, because the operation in accordance with these instruc-
tions is a prerequisite for proper use of the vehicle.
We wish you much pleasure with your ŠKODA and pleasant motoring at all times.
Your ŠKODA AUTO a.s. (hereinafter referred to only as ŠKODA or manufacturer) 1ST012720AH
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Table of Contents
Structure and more information about the
Correct and safe seated position
Using seat belts
Inertia reels and belt tensioners
Description of the airbag system
Transporting children safely
Using the system
Instruments and control lights
Multi-function display (MFD)
Unlocking and opening
Unlocking and locking
Luggage compartment lid
43Electric Windows44Mechanical windows45
Panorama sliding/tilting roof
Lights and visibility
Windscreen wipers and washers
Seats and head restraints
Seats and head restraints
Transporting and practical equipment
Heating and air conditioning
Heating, ventilation, cooling
Communication and multimedia
Telephone and Move & Fun
Starting-off and Driving
Starting and turning off the engine
Brakes and parking
Manual gear changing and pedals
Running in and economical driving
Driving through water and driving off of
Braking and stabilisation systems
Cruise Control System
88City Safe Drive90Tyre pressure monitoring92
Care and maintenance
Modifications, adjustments and technical alterations
Cleaning vehicle exterior
Inspecting and replenishing
Tyres and wheel rims
Approved tyre / rim combinations
Emergency equipment and self-help
Reserve and temporary spare
Changing a wheel
Puncture repair kit
Towing the vehicle
Replacing windscreen wiper blades
Fuses and light bulbs
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You will always find this Owner's and the Service Plan included in the on-
board literature for your vehicle.
Depending on the equipment, the on-board literature can also include the Ra-
dio operating instructions and in some countries also the brochure On the
These operating instructions apply to all body variants of the vehicle and all
related model versions as well as all equipment levels .
This owner's manual describes all possible equipment variants without identi-
fying them as special equipment, model variants or market-dependent equip-
ment. Consequently, this vehicle does not contain all of the equipment com-
ponents described in this Owner's Manual.
The level of equipment of your vehicle refers to your purchase contract of the
vehicle. For any questions regarding the scope of equipment, please contact a
The Pictures in this manual are for illustrative purposes only. The illustrations
can differ in minor details from your vehicle; they are only intended to provide
ŠKODA AUTO a.s. pursues a policy of constant product and model develop-
ment. Changes in terms of supply scope are possible at any time with regard to
design, equipment and technology. The information listed in this operating
manual corresponds to the information available at the time of going to press.
It is therefore not possible for legal claims to be made based on the technical
data, illustrations and information contained in this Owner's Manual.
The service schedule includes the documentation of the vehicle handover,
warranty information and service events.
The radio instruction manual
The radio operating instructions contains a description of the operation of the
The On-the-road brochure contains phone numbers of importers and service
offices in individual countries, together with emergency numbers.4Board literature
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The on-board literature contains the following terms relating to the service
work for your vehicle.
- Workshop - a workshop that carries out specialist service tasks
for ŠKODA vehicles. A specialist can be a ŠKODA partner, a ŠKODA serv- ice partner, as well as an independent workshop.
- A Workshop that has been contractually authorized
by the manufacturer ŠKODA AUTO a.s. or its sales partner to perform
service tasks on ŠKODA vehicles and to sell ŠKODA Genuine Parts.
- A company that has been authorized by the manufacturer
ŠKODA AUTO a.s. or its sales partner to sell new ŠKODA vehicles and,
when applicable, to service them using ŠKODA Genuine Parts and sell
ŠKODA Genuine Parts.
Explanation of symbols
An overview of the symbols used in the instruction manual and a brief explan-
ation of their meaning.Reference to the introductory module of a chapter with important infor-
mation and safety warnings.Continuation of the module on the next page.Situations in which the vehicle must be stopped as soon as possible.®Trademark.WARNINGTexts with this symbol draw attention to threats of a serious accident, in-
jury or loss of life .
Texts with this symbol draw attention to the risk of vehicle damage or possible
inoperability of some systems.
For the sake of the environment
Texts with this symbol contain information on environmental protection as
well as tips for economical operation.
Texts with this symbol contain additional information.“Specialist”“ŠKODA service partner”“ŠKODA partner”5Notes
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Structure and more information about the Owner's
Structure of the manual
The operating manual is hierarchically divided into the following areas.
■ Section (e.g. Safety) - the title of the Section is always indicated at the lower
left side ■ Main chapters (e.g. Airbag System) - the title of the main chapter is always
indicated at the lower right side
■ Chapter (e.g. Airbag Overview)
■ Introduction to the topic
- Module Overview within the chapter intro-
ductory information about the chapter content, if necessary, valid for
the entire chapter notes
■ Module (e.g. Front Airbags)
When searching for information in the operating instructions, we recommend
using the Index at the end of the manual.
All direction indications such as “left”, “right”, “front”, “rear” relate to the for- ward direction of travel of the vehicle.
Units of measurement
The volume, weight, speed and length data are given in metric units, unless
otherwise indicated.6Structure and more information about the Owner's Manual
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AbbreviationsAbbreviationDefinitionrpmEngine revolutions per minuteABSAnti-lock brake systemAGMVehicle battery typeASGAutomatic gearboxCNGcompressed natural gasCO2Carbon dioxideEDLElectronic differential lockECEEconomic Commission for EuropeEPCEngine performance checkESCElectronic Stability ControlDRim depthEUEuropean UnionG-TECEngine designation at driven by compressed natural gas ve-
hiclesHBAHydraulic brake assistHHCUphill start assistkWKilowatt, measuring unit for the engine outputMGManual gearboxMFDMultifunction displayMPIGasoline engine with a multi-point fuel injectionN1Panel van intended exclusively or mainly for the transporta-
tion of goodsNmNewton meter, measuring unit for the engine torqueOPSvisual parking systemTCSTraction controlTMCService for transmitting traffic information to the driverVINVehicle identification number7Abbreviations