Why does the Skoda Citigo make a clicking sound when I change gear?

I am thinking about buying a Skoda Citigo but I can hear a clicking noise when changing up through the gears, is this a sign of a gearbox problem? The garage says it is normal because the car has very little soundproofing.

Asked on 23 July 2021 by Donna

Answered by Dan Powell
The garage is correct, the Citigo/Up/Mii does not have a great deal of soundproofing and this means you tend to hear every click and clunk in the cabin.

The sound could be the carpet catching the pedal or a normal part of the gearbox/clutch workings. All reported problems for the Citigo are listed in the Good/Bad section here: www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/skoda/citigo-2012/

If you are concerned, I would suggest test driving another Citigo to see if it is a characteristic. The Citigo is a very popular car and there is a lot on the used market right now: www.honestjohn.co.uk/cars-for-sale/search/Skoda/Ci...0
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