Citroen C1 now has new trim level and more standard equipment

Article by Anita Panait, on November 25, 2013

Citroen has updated its C1 line-up to offer more standard equipment and a revised range comprised of three trim levels.  The range starts with the entry-level C1 VT, which has a starting price of £8,095 and offers the same equipment and pricing as before. Offered as a mid-range is the Citroen C1 Edition that replaces the VTR models.

Available with a base tag of £9,670, it comes with a range of new equipment as standard, including 14-inch ‘Rift’ alloy wheels and a leather-trimmed steering wheel with matching gear knob.

The Citroen C1 VT and Edition models are available in six color options that include a range of metallic shades. The range-topping Platinum trim is available from £10,345 and replaces the VTR+ trim level.

It now features a new standard specification ‘Look Pack’, which entails a Carlinite Grey roof with color-matched rear spoiler and door mirrors. The new Platinum trim could be availed in two body color options -- Agrume Red and Lipizzan White -- to contrast with the Carlinite Grey roof and exterior trim. Customers could also match the color of the roof with Carlinite Grey.

The new C1 Platinum trim also features the carmaker’s Connecting Box comprised of Bluetooth with USB socket, dark-tinted rear windows, shiny black interior details and front fog lights.  All models are powered by a fuel-efficient 1.0i 68hp 3-cylinder petrol engine. This is paired with the Efficient Tronic Gearbox (ETG) in the Platinum version.

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Citroen C1

The popular Citroën C1 has a sparkling new look and even greater buyer appeal for 2012. The brand's entry-level city car has already attracted over 620,000 customers worldwide, with more than 80,000 sold in the UK since its launch in 2005. Now, with new styling, enhanced levels of equipment and a more frugal engine, the New C1 sets an even higher benchmark in the segment.

New features include CO2 emissions from just 99g/km, LED daytime running lights, a CD audio system with Citroën's integrated Connecting Box (Bluetooth® system with USB socket) and an Electronic Gearbox System with steering-mounted paddles.

Making its world debut at the 2012 Brussels Motor Show on 10 January, the New Citroën C1 will be available in the UK from April 2012.

A PRACTICAL, USER-FRIENDLY CITY CAR

At just 3.44m long, the New C1 remains the most compactmodel in the Citroën range. Available in both 3-door and 5-door guise from launch, the New C1 appeals as one of the most economical and ecological city cars on the market, but it still has the ability to transport four adults in comfort and boasts a plethora of storage compartments in the dashboard, central console and door panels. Boot volume can also be adjusted thanks to folding rear seats and ranges from 139 litres to over 700 litres. The New C1's compact dimensions make it the ideal travelling companion, offering an agile and responsive ride, perfectly tailored for urban and city driving. A turning circle of just 9.63 metres makes the New Citroën C1 incredibly easy to manoeuvre in city traffic.

UP TO 65.7 MPG & 99 G/KM OF CO2

Agile and frugal, the New Citroën C1 is powered by a three-cylinder petrol engine developing 68hp. Equipped with a manual gearbox, the New Citroën C1 1.0i boasts improved fuel economy of up to 65.7mpg over a combined cycle. Emissions are also improved, to just 99g/km of CO2, making the New C1 congestion charge exempt. As well as being the first Citroën petrol model to emit less than 100g/km of CO2, the New C1 is also available with an Electronic Gearbox System complete with steering-mounted paddle controls for enhanced handling and driving pleasure. This EGS version delivers an impressive 62.8 mpg (combined) and emits only 104g/km of CO2.

EVEN MORE CHARACTER ON THE OUTSIDE

The New Citroën C1 gains even more appeal and personality through its new front end and shorter bonnet.

The headlights keep their rounded shape, while the front bumper has been entirely redesigned to house fog lights and LED daytime running lights, which are still a rarity in the segment. The vertical design LED light signature - which is specific toCitroën and can also be seen on DS3 and C4 AIRCROSS - strengthens the character of the new model. At the rear, New C1 retains its innovative glass tailgate and features the brand's new chevrons and badging.

New C1 also gains new 'Notus' design 14" wheels and is available with 'Rift' 14" alloy wheels, as standard, on top of the range models.

ATTRACTIVE COLOURS & MATERIALS

The playful New Citroën C1 comes in a special launch colour that already adorns the C3 and DS3: Botticelli blue, a fresh-looking body colour included in the 2012 catalogue. The range of body colours also includes Scarlet red, Electra blue, Lipizzan white, Caldera black and two grey tones - one light, Gallium grey, and one dark, Carlinite grey.Citroën has also finished the grille with a chrome strip available from the mid-range trim level. The New Citroën C1 is as attractive inside as it is from the exterior. The leather steering wheel for EGS models has been redesigned, while manual gearbox versions get a new-look gearstick. 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.

NEW 'CRÉATIVE TECHNOLOGIE' EQUIPMENT

The New Citroën C1 comes with a range of 'Créative Technologie' features. Technological treats, just for the driver, include steering-mounted paddle controls for the Electronic Gearbox System - a first for the C1. For even greater travelling comfort, the radio offering has been enhanced by a new facia matching the styling of the dashboard. Featuring a time display, the all-new CD audio system comes with a Connecting Box (optional from the second trim level and standard on top of the range models), which is able to read all MP3 formats and is equipped with a Bluetooth® function. It is accompanied by USB and jack hook-ups at the base of the central console.

ENHANCED WELL-BEING & SAFETY

The New Citroën C1 is a versatile performer. Complementing its existing on-road abilities, the model features new power steering settings and shock absorbers for more agility and ride comfort at low speeds. The new model will be available with a range of technologies for safer urban driving, including ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, Isofix anchorage points and ESP.

WORLD DEBUT IN BRUSSELS

The New Citroën C1 will make its official debut at the 2012 Brussels Motor Show.

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