Citroen has recently released the facelifted version of its entry-level model, the C1, in a joint effort with Peugeot, which has given us the revamped 107. The refresh means that the C1 now looks a little bit sleeker, comes with a more efficient engine and offers more equipment.
The front fascia has been redesigned and now comes with more elegant styling cues, also incorporating a set of LED daytime running lights, while customers can opt for a new type of lightweight alloy wheels, which come in a 14-inch size.
The 2012 Citroen C1 uses a 1.0-liter three-cylinder petrol engine that delivers 70 hp and only emits 99 grams of CO2 per km when matted to a five-speed manual gearbox. If you opt for the Electronic Gearbox System, the CO2 emissions increase to 104 g/km.
The list of interior changes includes new materials, while the top equipment level comes with an optional Leather/Alcantara finish.