By Stewart Smith on 2016-03-10 - Stewart was the former motoring editor of the Coventry Telegraph and is now a freelance contributor to Eurekar. He is based in Scotland and specialises in First Drive reviews.
Skoda hatches colour
SKODA is injecting more colour into its line up with the arrival of new Colour Edition models available on the Fabia and Citigo ranges.
Based on the SE models, the new Fabia Colour Edition includes added equipment such as LED daytime lights and cruise control as well as six paint finishes.
Despite its extras - normally adding Â£1,045 to the price of the SE - the Colour Edition costs Â£540 more.
The new Fabia Colour edition is available with two engine options - a 1.0-litre MPI 75bhp or 1.2 TSI 90bhp. The former is priced from Â£13,360 with the 1.2 priced from Â£13,990.
The Citigo special is available in both three and five-door forms and is powered by a 1.0 MPI 60bhp engine.
The Colour Edition has a specification boost over the standard SE with alloy wheels as well as an entertainment pack (additional four speakers and multi-media holder), front fog lights, tinted glass and Skoda's PID portable infotainment device as standard.
The Citigo Colour Edition range is priced from £9,990 for the three-door and £10,350 for the five-door model.
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