The Citroën C1 is perfect for nipping around the city with complete ease, thanks to its compact dimensions and exceptional handing. With a personality that is both lively and carefree, the Citroen C1 is available with three or five door's and is also available as an open-top version, ‘Airscape’.
While the previous C1 models 1.0-litre petrol engines were carried over to the new C1, a 1.2 litre, three-cylinder petrol engine has been introduced, giving the car a bit more power and improving motorway driving
The Citroën C1 certainly stands apart thanks to its optimistic design and joyful personality; which is reflected in the cheeky look of its front headlights and indicator lights.
The LED daytime running lights run vertical either side of the grille, accentuating the car's playful attitude and unique personality.
The Citroen C1 is available in the following specifications: Touch, Feel,Flair and Furio, with the option of a Convertible Airscape model.
The entry-level trim is Touch, which comes with some nice touches such as LED Daytime Running Lights and an MP3 audio system complete with USB socket.
Up one specification level to the Feel which adds standard features such as air conditioning, DAB radio, Bluetooth and 7'' Touch Drive interface with Mirror Screen (Apple CarPlay & Android Auto).
Upgrade to theFlair trim, and you'll notice the addition of a reverse parking camera, 15" alloy wheels, Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors and dark tinted rear windows.
Lastly the Special Edition, Furio which is based on the Feel with the addition of black alloy wheels, a Furio side graphic, contrasting door mirrors and a rear diffuser with a central exhaust outlet give the Furio a sportier look.
You can truly reflect yourself with the C1 thanks to its 34 combinations giving you plenty of scope for customisation.
It has eight body colours to choose from, with a palette ranging from the subtle Lipizan White, Caldera Black and Gallium Grey to the bright and colourful Calvi Blue and Scarlett Red.
Citroën C1 is also strong on contrast with its bi-tone Black roof, standard on ‘Origins’ or as an option on ‘Urban Ride’.
The new Citroen C1 has more storage capacity, with 196 litres on offer with the rear seats in place.
The Citroen C1 boasts some attractive fuel economy figures, mainly thanks to its small engine and low-weight. The Citroen C1 1.0-litre model can achieve 68.9 mpg on the combined cycle, while the larger and more powerful 1.2-litre engine achieves 65.7 mpg.
The Citroën C1 is powered by the latest-generation 3-cylinder petrol engine, fitted with a Stop & Start system to reduce fuel consumption and is available with a manual gearbox.