The Facelifted Citroen C1 Offers Better mpg and CO2 Emmissions (2008)

Citroen C1

Citroen C1 (2008)

The Citroen C1 has been given a makeover. The exterior has been restyled and the interior upgraded. There have also been improvements to the fuel economy and CO2 emissions have been lowered.

The front end has been upgraded in line with the recently updated Citroen C2. There are new wheel designs and covers. The interior is complimented with new upholstery designs and materials.

The nippy 1.0i 68hp petrol engine is now the lowest CO2 emitting petrol powered car currently on sale in the UK, boasting lowered CO2 emissions of just 106g/km (-2.7%), and a combined-cycle fuel consumption figure of 62.8mpg (+2.1%).  

This upgrade means that, in just a few months, Citroen has either revised or completely renewed the C1, C2, C4, C5 as well as the Berlingo Multispace. The new look Citroen C1 is set to go on sale early in 2009 when we will announce the new details and prices.

Published 3 November 2008 Staff

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