Sister car to the Toyota Aygo and Peugeot 108, the Citroen C1 offers the French company's unique stylish take on the small city car. Read our review to find out what it's like...
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The new Citroen C1 will be priced from just £8,245 when it goes on sale this July. The C1 will be available in three trim levels - Touch, Feel and Flair - and in fabric-topped Airscape form.
The new Citroen C1 will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. The C1 is the sister car to the Peugeot 108 and Toyota Aygo which will also make their appearance at the show.
The Citroen C1 Connexion special edition is the first car to be fitted with 'Black Box' style telematics system as standard. It also features a free insurance offer for the first year of ownership for 19-75 year olds
The Citroen C1 has been given a new look for 2012, plus enhanced levels of equipment and a more frugal engine leading to emissions from just 99 g/km
Directly replacing the previous VTR models, the new VTR+ trim provides enhanced standard specification in the form of a highly attractive Leather Pack plus other goodies
Citroen is introducing a nautical new special edition of the sub 110g/km CO2 emitting Citroen C1, dubbed the Splash
Citroen's C1 city-car has been given a new look for 2009, featuring a restyled front end, new body colours and trims, as well as lower CO2 emissions and improved fuel economy
Citroen have announced changes to the C1 that will give the city-car new exterior styling, better fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions together with an upgraded interior
Citroen has introduced three new C1 models - 3 and 5-door versions of the C1 Airplay, and a 3-door version of the range topping Rhythm model
Citroen has announced that its new diesel C1 is now on sale in the UK as a five-door model for £8,455