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Used Citroen C1 2014-present review

Used Citroen C1 2014-present
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Which used Citroën C1 hatchback should I buy?

If you only do a limited number of miles per year and mainly stick to town driving, there isn’t much reason to go beyond the 1.0-litre petrol. The 1.2 does have a bit more power for similar fuel economy, but you need to spend more to buy one.

The entry-level Touch model gets electric front windows, LED daytime running lights, a trip computer and USB socket for media, but it’s a little too spartan, so we’d recommend finding the next model up, the Feel, which comes with the neat 7.0in touchscreen, air conditioning and height adjustment on the driver’s seat.

The top-of-the-range Flair adds alloy wheels, a reversing camera, a speed limiter, foglights and heated and electrically adjustable door mirrors. A lot of C1s were sold with this specification, so it's a good choice, but don’t pay over the odds for one.

Our favourite Citroën C1: 1.0 Feel

Used Citroen C1 2014-present

Which used Citroën C1 hatchback should I buy?

If you only do a limited number of miles per year and mainly stick to town driving, there isn’t much reason to go beyond the 1.0-litre petrol. The 1.2 does have a bit more power for similar fuel economy, but you need to spend more to buy one.

The entry-level Touch model gets electric front windows, LED daytime running lights, a trip computer and USB socket for media, but it’s a little too spartan, so we’d recommend finding the next model up, the Feel, which comes with the neat 7.0in touchscreen, air conditioning and height adjustment on the driver’s seat.

The top-of-the-range Flair adds alloy wheels, a reversing camera, a speed limiter, foglights and heated and electrically adjustable door mirrors. A lot of C1s were sold with this specification, so it's a good choice, but don’t pay over the odds for one.

Our favourite Citroën C1: 1.0 Feel

Used Citroen C1 2014-present
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