|On The Road Price (£2500 Discount Included)||£13,780.00|
|47 Monthly Payments||£169.00|
|Term of Agreement||48 Months|
|Total Amount of Credit||£11,522.27|
|Total Charge For Credit||£1,265.73|
|Optional Final Payment||£4,845.00|
|Total Amount Payable||£15,165.73|
|Fixed Rate of Interest (p.a.)||3.9%|
|Excess Mileage Charge||3.5ppm|
The ConnectedCAM Citroën™ on New C3 means you can film spectacular scenery, unusual locations and cityscape. This new system uses a camera fitted behind the rear-view mirror to film what the driver sees through the car windscreen. It provides a video log of your everyday driving experiences: - Just click to take a photo and share it on social media. The camera films and stores what’s happening in front of you, so it could also provide valuable information in the event of an accident.
New Citroën C3 comes in a wide range of body colours (nine) : Almond Green, Arctic White, Cobalt Blue, Shark Grey, Aluminium Grey, Ruby Red, Perla Nera Black, Power Orange and Soft Sand. These mix and match subtly or spectacularly with a choice of roof colours (three): Onyx Black, Aden Red, Opal White. And there are a total of 36 possible combinations in all. Something for everybody!
You're able to customise New C3 in numerous ways : monotone or bi-tone? With or without Airbump®? Bright or muted interior? The choice seems almost limitless.
This uncluttered interior mood features light colours for the seats and dashboard, expressing simplicity, wellbeing and brightness.
This interior ambience, with colour features on the seats and dashboard, radiates the sort of energy and vitality typically associated with an urban environment.
This trendy interior ambience is a fashion statement, with upholstery featuring an elegant blend of fabric and leather-look.
New Citroën C3 offers both driver and passengers an exceptionally bright interior, enhancing the sensation of space and contact with the world outside. The amount of brightness is adjustable using the sunroof blind.
Seating in New Citroën C3 is eminently comfortable. You could almost be in your living room! And the dashboard design enhances the impression of space and width.
The interior style has a decidedly non-automotive feel, with leather strap door handles and a tactile dashboard.
New C3 comes with a choice of environment-friendly petrol and diesel engines giving the performance you expect in terms of pure driving pleasure plus fuel economy.
When on gradients of 3% or more, Hill-start assist technology stops you rolling backwards when the brake is released by holding the vehicle for about two seconds.
In addition to the connected radio, navigation system helps you avoid traffic jams, improve the guide with the representation of the 3D mapping. The major European cities are mapped in 'FULL 3D ', that's to say many buildings and monuments are already materialized, textured and three-dimensional.
The blind-spot monitoring system detects whether there is a vehicle in the blind spot, and shows this as a pictogram in the wing mirror. This system, which uses the same principle as a reversing sensor, is a valuable safety feature on busy roads and motorways.
For trouble-free manoeuvring, when the reverse gear is engaged an image of the rear of the vehicle is shown on the 7 inch touchscreen. Colour markers highlight the distance between the car and any obstacles.
Touch - Trim level key features
Feel -Trim level key features
Flair -Trim level key features
Flair Nav Edition - Trim level key features
Feel Nav Edition -Trim level key features
Origins - Trim level key features
The Citroen C3 is an extremely popular option in the small car segment. It brings a strong reputation for value-for-money, ease-of-use and low running costs too. Though the influx of SUVs and crossovers into the general new car market is hard to ignore - with Citroen taking advantage of this too - there’s still a place for the standard hatchback.
It’s why Citroen has given its C3 a thorough remodelling, with a fresh new look and more interior features. Let’s dive in and see what’s on offer.
Citroen has been having a big push on the comfort levels in its cars. It’s why, inside the new C3, you’ll find seats which are heavily padded and great to sit in. They’re called Advanced Comfort seats, and have been designed to take the backache out of long journeys - quite literally. Usually an optional extra for much of the range, top-spec C3 models do benefit from these seats being fitted as standard.
There’s space for five inside the C3, while there’s a good degree of boot space too - 300 litres, in fact. It’s a far more spacious car than you might think given its compact exterior proportions.
The outside of the C3 is still recognisable as a Citroen; the French firm gave it a relatively understated lift over the outgoing model. The LED light ‘pods’ are larger at the front - and so is the grille - while the rear lights have been given a smoked effect.
The side ‘Airbumps’ remain - and are still a great way of avoiding car park dings - while a series of new colour packs allow you to get the C3 to look just how you want it to.
The main technological offerings in the C3 are based around a seven-inch colour touchscreen located in the middle of the dashboard. It’s here where you’ll gain access to features such as satellite navigation and media controls. It’s even capable of displaying the price of fuel at nearby petrol stations.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both included too, allowing you to seamlessly link your smartphone to the car’s system.
The engine line-up available with the C3 is simple and easy to understand; there are two petrol engines and one diesel. The two petrol engines - both 1.2 litres in capacity - bring either 82bhp or 109bhp in the turbocharged version. The former is available with a five-speed manual gearbox, while the latter arrives with a six-speed instead. Both are efficient and quiet options, with either providing enough grunt for most occasions.
We’d argue that the petrol will be the best fit for this Citroen, though those who are planning on undertaking longer journeys will appreciate the long-distance refinement that you get with a diesel. The diesel will be the choice for high-mileage C3 owners, where it’ll provide a more efficient engine option. Citroen claims that it should return up to 67mpg, in fact.
There’s also the option of either a six-speed manual or automatic gearbox, furthering the C3’s appeal.
Trim Levels for the New Citroen C3
There are several well-specified trim levels to choose from with the C3, with each offering plenty of standard equipment and technology. Let’s have a look through them in a bit more detail.
Feel marks the entry point to the C3’s range of trim levels, but it’s still packed with features like automatic air conditioning and that seven-inch infotainment screen included as standard. Even cruise control comes as standard, helping to make longer trips behind the wheel less of a chore.
It also gets a contract black pack, which brings a black front bumper and Airbump highlight, both of which help to bolster the car’s looks.
Flair is up next, and it adds 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels to the C3’s overall package as well as parking sensors - a useful addition for those who are planning on using their C3 in urban areas where tight parking is often a frequent occurrence.
The visibility pack is added too, which brings automatic wipers and lights.
Finally, there’s Flair Plus. As well as all the previous features we’ve mentioned, this trim adds the full advanced comfort package as well as a complete satellite navigation package and a reversing camera.
The C3’s safety levels are also bolstered with the inclusion of Active Safety Brake, which can apply the brakes if the car detects a hazard ahead.
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The Citroën C3 has inherited the styling and funky looks of its crossover cousin the C4 Cactus, making it a more appealing prospect for young drivers who need more usable space than the brand’s offerings lower down the range.
You’ll spot those airbumps on the side and signature lights from the Cactus, but it’s all round more compact and designed for negotiating city streets. With an economical engine, fun driving style and an attractive price, it’ll make a great option for drivers looking for something a bit different but easy to live with.
The 110 PureTech engine in our test car gives a great combination of usable power and economy, with 108bhp and 205Nm of torque. It will achieve 51.4mpg around town, 70.6 on the motorways, giving a combined figure of 61.4mpg. Its 103g/km emissions will put it just outside the golden sub-100g/km for free road tax, but owners will still only have an affordable £20 annual payment, although that’s subject to change when the new road tax rules come into force in April.
The C3 makes a fantastic companion for around-town driving, as you’d expect from a car in this segment. With a tight turning circle and light kerb weight the C3 is ideal for manoeuvring around city streets. However, paired with the PureTech 110 engine, it also makes a compelling case for itself on motorways too. In this combination, and with a manual gearbox, the C3 has reasonable pace to keep up with most cars and will help the miles fly by. The only time it feels a bit unsteady is on country roads. Here the light steering of the C3 isn’t quite as direct as you’d like to complete a winding stretch with ease.
Compared with the previous generation, the looks of the C3 have been seriously updated. It’s been given a futuristic appearance with stylised lights, wheels and black bumpers. An attractive addition that PSA has tapped into with sister brand DS is customisation options, and on the C3 there are now 36 colours to choose from. The Citroën badge might not have the appeal of some of its rivals, but the transformation achieved with this car is sure to turn heads. Inside, Citroën has kept the C3’s interior practical and usable with textile fabrics and a clearly laid-out interior.
Space in the C3 is limited but reasonable. The doors open wide to give you great access to both the front and the rear seats, and once you’re inside you’ll find the space is well laid out too. The rear seats aren’t really designed for three adults but at a squeeze they can fit in. Boot space is also fairly reasonable, and for a weekend away you can easily pack two small suitcases.
Our C3 Flair test car has an attractive starting price of £16,285 and the range of options only add around £1,500 to the total. It was kitted out with the stunning Orange Power paint and Opal White roof, costing £495, the diamond-cut ‘Cross’ alloys are £200, while blind spot monitoring is only £100. The seven-inch touchscreen is a slightly pricier option at £500 but gives you easy connectivity to your phone for calls or music and sat nav. Finally, keyless entry and start was also added to our car for £250, which is not a necessity but it’s a great feature that makes life easier.
Citroën is targeting young drivers and young families with this five-seater, five-door hatchback, and it’s sure to attract them with its interesting looks, easy accessibility and an attractive price point. It’s ideal for families with young children or those who haven’t been driving for long, as it offers a comfortable drive.
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