Citroen has given its C1 city car a restyled front end, new body colours and trims, lower CO2 emissions and improved fuel economy for 2009
Since its 2005 launch, C1 has become Europe’s best selling sub-110g/km CO2 emitting car. The new model cuts emissions to106g/km.
And Citroen says the revised one-litre petrol-engined C1 can now deliver up to up to 4.5 litres/100km (62.8mpg) on the combined cycle, with the 1.4HDi diesel returning 4.1 lites/100km (68.9mpg).
Citroen doesn’t sell the C1 in New Zealand.