Citroen C1 restyled

Production Cars 11 Jan 2009
Citroen C1 restyled

Citroën has unveiled the restyled C1 city-car. Among the new features are a restyled front end, new body colours and trims and improved fuel economy.


Citroen C1 RestyledThe restyled C1 has a smaller bumper, available with sporty chrome touches, giving the car a more dynamic loook.

Inside, a new interior trim is available whilst two new metallic body shades, Electra Blue and Mica Green, have been added.

Since it was first launched in 2005, Citroën’s C1 has become Europe’s best selling sub-110g/km CO2 emitting car.

The entry-level 1.0 liter gasoline engine has improved fuel consumption of up to 62.8mpg on the combined cycle whilst the 1.4HDi can achieve 68.9mpg.

Citroen C1 Restyled Citroen C1 Restyled

(Source: Citroen)

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