The popular Citroen C1 has been upgraded to offer reduced fuel consumption and lower CO2 emissions while exhibiting revised styling.
Citroen C1 consumes less fuelThe new revised Citroen C1 boasts an economical 50kW 1.0-litre, three cylinder engine that consumes 4.3 litres / 100km and is the first petrol engine Citroen to achieve a double figure CO2 emission of 99g/km. The Citroen C1 is available in two variants, the Attraction and Seduction.
The Citroen C1 displays a revised front end that now incorporates LED daytime running lights on the Seduction model. The C1 makes use of the familiar all-glass tailgate framed with crystal and anthracite lights that merge with the bumper.
Revised electric steering and recalibrated shock absorbers offer improved feel and drive quality of the new C1. The Seduction model includes electric windows, an extra pair of airbags, ISOFIX seat-mountings, air conditioning, CD Player and an integrated Connecting Box with USB and Bluetooth as an optional extra.
The new Citroen C1 interior has also been revised and the barrel-shaped display features new screen-printing for improved clarity. New upholstery designs and an ergonomically designed gearlever further enhance the interior.
Luggage capacity offers 139 litres of space that can be expanded to 700 litres by splitting the rear seats. An extra 12 stowage compartments offer additional storage space.