Citroen C1 Overview
The Citroen C1 has all the attributes of an accomplished city car but with a big and vibrant personality to match. Eye-catching from the offset, the C1 features distinctive design details such as two-part headlamps and LED daytime-running lights. Distinctiveness is echoed in the cabin, with the centrepiece being a 7-inch touchscreen, which controls multimedia and navigation options. A plentiful boot combined with cutting-edge technologies like hill-start assist as well as keyless entry and drive enhance the C1’s everyday appeal as well. All the while, there is no need to worry about running costs, as up to 68.9mpg and less than 100g/km CO2 emissions are possible. Three distinctive models along with multiple personalisation options give you an abundance of choice too.
Citroën C1 is a car of bright, original styling, with its dynamic lines and cheeky gaze. The strong styling is underlined by the visual continuity between the windscreen and side windows, with chrome-finish weatherstrips, depending on trim.
Citroën C1 delivers an enjoyable driving experience on all types of road, with excellent suspension and comfort whatever the circumstances. With its compact dimensions, it is one of the most versatile and compact city cars on the market.
Citroën C1 is designed to make everyday life easier. The functional 780 litres boot is easy to access, with the parcel shelf lifting out of the way when the tailgate is opened. Plus, automatic air conditioning, height-adjustable driver's seat and much more.
Living with it
PureTech 82 petrol engine. This 1.2 litre 3-cylinder petrol engine developing 82 bhp uses innovative, efficient and economical technologies, delivering great driveability and a nimble performance.
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The Citroen C1 is a stylish city car with low running costs and plenty of equipment Carbuyer
The Citroen C1 is cheap to buy and run, plus there are enough big-car luxuries to keep you entertained. Telegraph
Similar to the old one underneath, but with a happier character and even lower running costs. Top Gear