The Citroen C3 Picasso Offers Lower Consumption Figures (2009)

The Citroen C3 Picasso

Citroen C3 Picasso (2009)

The biggest small car on the road, Citroen's award-winning C3 Picasso, is now even more functional and economical with the availability of a new optional Bluetooth upgrade and a recent engine improvement that sees the funky MPV deliver sub-120g/km CO2 emissions for just £35 a year road tax.

Further improving the Citroen C3 Picasso's already impressive environmental credentials, the 1.6HDi 16V 90hp diesel engine has been re-homologated and, in VTR+ & Exclusive trim, now emits just 119g/km of CO2 (down from 125g). Consequently, both of these Citroen C3 Picasso models are now classified in VED band C - meaning an annual road tax reduction from £120 to just £35. Even more significantly, these models now deliver an extra 2.7mpg on the combined cycle, bringing the new figure to 62.8mpg.

Also on VTR+ and Exclusive - as part of a new option pack - an integrated Bluetooth hands-free system has been introduced, so drivers can safely and easily keep in touch when they are on the move.  This new option also includes a built-in USB Box and socket, which allows users to connect a portable MP3 player directly to the car’s audio system.  Menu navigation and music selection is managed via the steering-mounted and dashboard radio controls, with song titles displayed on the radio screen.

Published 5 November 2009 Staff

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