Citroen have unveiled the replacement for the roomy MPV, which we all know as the C3 Picasso. The New C3 Aircross, which is based on the New Citroen C3, but revamped to look like a Crossover SUV is expected to reach our showrooms here at Tates in Crawley and Portslade early November 2017.
Just like the New C3, the Aircross is naturally distinctive, its unique styling and originality reflecting Citroens DNA and the definition of a SUV design.
The C3 Aircross with its high bonnet underlined by chrome-finish chevrons incorporating an LED light signature, will ensure you adopt a high driving position on board this SUV.
With it’s tall layout, the new Citroen C3 Aircross will combine not only class leading interior space but also exceptional comfort, in the form of 5 seats with generous leg and head room.
The C3 Aircross will be offered with a range of Citroen’s PureTech three-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. The 1.6-litre diesel is offered with three power outputs: 90, 100 and 120hp, and the 1.2 petrols can be had with 82, 110 or 130hp.
A manual six-speed gearbox is standard, but an automatic gearbox is an option if you choose the 110hp petrol engine.
Highlights from the C3 Aircross’s equipment list includes a reversing camera, that displays a 180 degree view of what is behind the car on a 7 inch infotainment screen along with a colour driver’s head-up display which allows the driver to see key driving information without taking their eyes off the road.
Personalisation options include 90 different colour combinations, five interior finishes and a Venetian blind style slatted back quarterlight.
Official Government fuel consumption figures (Range): Urban cycle, Extra urban, Combined (litres per 100km/mpg) & CO2 emissions (g/km); Highest: New Citroen C3 Aircross PureTech 110 S&S EAT6 auto Feel 6.9/40.9, 4.8/58.9, 5.6/50.4, 126. Lowest: New Citroen C3 Aircross BlueHDi 100 manual Feel 4.5/62.8, 3.7/76.3, 4/70.6, 104. MPG figures are achieved under official EU test conditions, intended as a guide for comparative purposes only, and may not reflect actual on-the-road driving conditions.