The popular Citroën C1 looks brand new and even more attractive buyer for 2012. The entry-level brand of city cars has already attracted over 620,000 customers worldwide, with over 80,000 sold in the UK since its launch in 2005. Now, with new design, improved equipment levels and a more frugal engine, the new C1 sets a benchmark even higher in the segment.
New features include CO2 emissions of just 99g/km, LED daytime running lights, a CD audio system integrated with Citroën box (Bluetooth ® USB connector) and a system of electronic gearbox with paddles mounted on the steering wheel.
A practical, EASY TO USE CITY CAR At just 3.44m long, the new C1 is still the most compactmodel in the Citroën range. Available in 3 door and 5 door guise of launching new resources as one of the C1 city car more economical and environmentally friendly on the market, but still has the ability to transport four adults in comfort and has a large amount of storage compartments in the dashboard, center console and door panels.
Luggage capacity can also be adjusted, thanks to folding rear seats and ranges from 139 liters to more than 700 liters. The new C1’s compact dimensions make it the ideal travel companion, offering an agile and responsive ride, perfectly suited for city driving and the city. A turning circle of just 9.63 meters makes the Citroen C1 New incredibly easy to maneuver in city traffic.
he New Citroen C1 is as attractive as it is in the interior from the outside. The leather steering wheel for models of goods and services environment has been redesigned, while the manual gearbox versions get a new picture of the shifter. Most models are available with upholstery new style “Orsai” and entry level models come with cloth ‘Nokimat’ Mistral. A choice of leather / Alcantara ® is now available, adding a touch of high-end interior of the new C1.
Citroen C1 2013 Review