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CITROEN C1 5 Doors Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 2005
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Hatchback
 

2014 - Present

The PSA french group made a joint-venture with Toyota to build a small city-car. The result was a trio: the Citroen C1-Peugeot 108-Toyota Aygo. All three vehicles were built on the same factory, but with some aesthetic differences. That was a cross-brand badge-engineering. For the 2014 triplets, the PSA and Toyota agreed to make a different styling so that the buyers will feel like they had a...

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gasoline engines:

  CITROEN C1 5 Doors 1.0L VTi 5AT (68 HP)

  CITROEN C1 5 Doors 1.0L VTi 5MT (69 HP)

  CITROEN C1 5 Doors 1.0L VTi S&S 5MT (69 HP)

  CITROEN C1 5 Doors 1.2L PureTech 5MT (82 HP)

2012 - 2014

Introduced in 2005, the supermini Citroen C1 was a badge-engineered Toyota Aygo or Peugeot 107, all three of them being built in the Czech Republic on the same assembly lines, and they had to be refreshed along the road. Thus, Citroen released the C1's facelifted version in 2012 and hoped to keep it longer on the market. Europe was an appropriate market for this kind of supermini vehicle...

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gasoline engines:

  CITROEN C1 5 doors 1.0L 5AT (68 HP)

  CITROEN C1 5 doors 1.0L 5MT (68 HP)

2009 - 2012

Citroen introduced a facelifted version for its smallest vehicle in the lineup, the C1. Starting with January 2009, Europe switched to the Euro 5 emission standards, and the carmakers had to comply with the new regulations. The French carmaker introduced the C1 precisely in January 2009, with improved engines and different styling. The C1 was available in a five- or three-door configurati...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN C1 5 Doors 1.0L 5MT (68 HP)

  CITROEN C1 5 Doors 1.0L 5MT (68 HP)

2005 - 2009

The Peugeot-Citroen-Toyota’s love child, the Citroen C1 was unveiled to the public in 2004 at the Geneva Motor Show The joint venture’s attention was turned towards the mini segment and it was a great deal for everyone involved, sharing knowledge and costs to develop three of the most loved city cars: Citroen C1, Toyota Aygo and Peugeot 107. For Citroen, the C1 was considered to have repla...

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