The Citroen C1 has been given a Makeover for 2012

Citroen C1 2012

Citroen C1 2012

The Citroen C1 has been given a makeover for 2012 and will be released in the UK in April this year.

Enhancements include lowering the CO2  emissions below the 99 g/km figure to ensure £0 (VED) car tax, LED daytime running lights and adding the option of an Electronic Gearbox System with steering-mounted paddles

The New Citroen C1 is powered by a three-cylinder petrol engine which produces 68hp and Citroen claim 65.7mpg on the combined cycle. The manual versions emits 99g/km of CO2, which makes it exempt from the London Congestion Charge and VED. The Electronic Gearbox System (EGS) version produces 104 g/km and returns 62.8 mpg.

Botticelli Blue is available as a special launch colour other colours include Scarlet red, Electra blue, Lipizzan white, Caldera black and two grey tones - one light, Gallium grey, and one dark, Carlinite grey. Most models are available with stylish new ‘Orsai’ upholstery and entry-level models come with Mistral ‘Nokimat’ cloth. A Leather/Alcantara option is now available, adding a high-end touch to the New C1 interior

Citroen have sold 80,000 C1s in the UK since its launch in 2005 and 620,000 worldwide.

Published 5 January 2012 Staff

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