Citroen New C3 Overview
Funky good looks and a comfortable drive make the new Citroën C3 the perfect car for families. It has Advanced Comfort Seats and a specially tuned suspension so bumps in the road feel like nothing at all. It also has a suite of useful driving aids like Blind Spot Monitoring, Front Parking Assistance, Lane Departure Warning and Speed Sign Recognition so your daily adventures go without hiccup. Choose from Feel, Flair and Flair Plus trim levels. EcoLED headlights and a 7” touchscreen with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto come equipped as standard. Flair models get rear parking sensors, 16” diamond-cut alloy wheels and an Onyx black bi-tone roof, while Flair Plus models get upgraded 17” alloys and a rear parking camera. With so many top features, it makes no wonder the new C3 is such a popular car.
Smart 7” touchscreen
The new 7” touchscreen has Apple CarPlay & Android Auto so you can connect your smartphone and run apps on the display. You can also control your multimedia, navigation and telephone using a few simple voice commands.
11 driving aids
The C3 is available with Blind Spot Monitoring, Front Parking Assistance, Lane Departure Warning, Speed Sign Recognition, Active City Brake, cruise control, driver attention alert, coffee break alert and intelligent beam headlights.
A fantastic drive
The C3 is powered by a PureTech 83 or 110 turbocharged petrol engine or a BlueHDi 100 diesel engine. The engines are smooth and thanks to its specially tuned suspension, the C3 is extremely comfortable and refined even at high speeds.
You can have your C3 in seven body colours with a contrasting bi-tone roof. You can also add an upper spoiler and mud flaps. The interior can also be tweaked to your taste (we love the ‘Techwood’ ambience interior with its wood inlay).
Citroen New C3 Interior
Citroen New C3 Colours
Citroen New C3 Reviews
The Citroen C3 is a stylish city car with low running costs and plenty of equipment Carbuyer
The Citroen C3 is cheap to buy and run, plus there are enough big-car luxuries to keep you entertained. Telegraph
Similar to the old one underneath, but with a happier character and even lower running costs. Top Gear