Look at the brochure prices and you’ll be pleasantly surprised, because the C3 Aircross costs less to buy outright than an equivalent Seat Arona or Kia Stonic.
If you’re signing up to a PCP finance agreement, as the majority of buyers in this class choose to do, the C3 Aircross is good value for money compared with most other small SUVs. You’ll spend roughly the same per month than you would on an Arona and far less than on a Stonic.
However, the C3 Aircross won’t hold onto its value as well as many rivals, while CO2 emissions and fuel economy are good rather than exceptional. In our real-world True MPG tests, the 1.2 Puretech 110 averaged 43.5mpg, whereas the Arona 1.0 TSI 95 managed 45.5mpg.