Long term report: Farewell to the Skoda Citigo Sport
And over the past six months I have rigidly stuck to giving the car its full name. In and around Gosport, a fair chunk of the Citigos driving around are driven by the Werthers Original generation.
So it was of little surprise to know that the Sport caused a fair amount of interest in petrol stations and supermarket car parks from mature passers-by.
It's been a great companion too. We chose our Sport in black with the optional two-tone alloys, privacy glass and parking sensors and it has been one of the smartest cars on the fleet.
It racked up 10,000 miles with us and has been everywhere – routinely enjoyed by the AOL Cars crew.
Personal highlights have been the handling, comfort and the sheer cheeky character the Citigo Sport exuded.
Negatives? Well, there have been just a couple. The 58bhp was just a little too mean in a car badged Sport and the fuel tank was just far too small – I know it's a city car but the way the fuel gauge read full one minute and then the next it was half-empty was annoying to say the least.
But overall it was a very lovely six months with Skoda's little car. It goes to show that the Czech brand can do no wrong at the moment.
Imagine a sporty little city car 20 years ago? God, I'm sounding like an old person again.
Model: Skoda Citigo Sport
Price: £11,050 (as tested)
Engine: 1.0-litre, three-cylinder, petrol
Power: 58bhp, 95Nm
Max speed: 99mph
Mileage this month: 650