In order to retain its top spot, French carmaker Citroën had over hauled its best-selling car, the C1. The new features of C1, includes, improved equipment levels, LED daytime running light, new bumper and to keep it under priced, the engine is the Citroën’s first sub-100kg/km petrol engine, ensuring that the C1 is exempted from road tax and London Congestion Charge.
Now, the new C1 is powered by a 1.0-litre, three cylinder petrol engine, which emits 99 grams of CO2 for a KM and has a impressive mileage of 65.7mpg (Miles per gallon) for manual version and the Automatic Electronic Gearbox version produces 104 grams of CO2 for a KM and has give a mileage of 62.8mpg.
Following the similar strategy, Peugeot, Citroën’s sister company has tweaked its 107 city car with the same engines of C1, and available to customers in three variants (trims), Access, Active and Allure. It will be available in market from next month and price starts at £7,995. Via: Telegraph.co.uk Source: Citroen UK, Peugeot