The Citroen C1, which as all reputable used Citroen dealers will know is one of the UK’s slowest-depreciating cars, has received a make-over.
In terms of looks it now has a re-styled front end, new body colours and trims. In terms of performance it now has lower CO2 emissions and enhanced fuel economy.
Its manufacturer believes that the city-car has achieved a more dynamic look thanks to a more compact bumper, which is offered with sporty chrome touches.
Two new metallic shades, Electra Blue and Mica Green, have also been added to the C1 colour palette.
According to recent data provided by Eurotax Glass’s, increased demand has resulted in the C1 becoming one of the UKs slowest-depreciating cars.
The car clearly scores highly with its green credentials; the new model has CO2 emissions which are as low as 106g/km.
It has been a busy year for Citroen, which has renewed or revised, six of its flagship models the C1, C2, C4, C5 and C8, together with the Berlingo Multispace.
Written by Carrie Noyer