Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Refreshed Citroën C1 Goes on Sale in the UK, Starts from £7,995


The cosmetically and mechanically updated Citroën C1 has reached British shores where it will go on sale next week on Monday, April 2, with prices starting from £7,995 for the base three-door model, rising to £10,545 for the range-topping VTR+ five-door variant.

To mark the city car's launch in the UK (but only until the end of April), Citroën is offering buyers a £1,000 'Citroën Reward', meaning OTR prices start from £6,995.

All variants are powered by a tweaked 1.0-liter three-cylinder petrol engine with 68-horsepower, which returns an improved fuel economy of up to 65.7mpg UK (54.7mpg US or 4.3lt/100km) on the combined cycle, and CO2 emissions of 99g/km with the manual gearbox.

The range-topping C1 fitted equipped with the Electronic Gearbox System (EGS) delivers up to 62.8 mpg (52.3mpg US or 4.5lt/100km) and 104g/km of CO2.

There are three trim levels available, including the VT, the VTR that adds daytime running LEDs, air conditioning and electric front windows, and the VTR+ with 14-inch alloy wheels, Citroen's Connecting Box (Bluetooth & USB socket), front fog lights, leather steering wheel and dark tinted windows.



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