The Citroen C1 is a small super-utility car (3.43 x 1.63 meters) born in 2005 and based, in both generations, on the same structure as the Toyota Aygo, as well as the Peugeot 107 and 108. Measuring 3,43 x 1,63 meters and sold as a 3-door or as a 5-door, the 1st gen. C1 stands out for its modern design, which has many differences compared to that of the Saxo, which was previously the base model of the Citroen range. The abundant use of plastic in the construction of the body makes the C1 very light (between 800 and 900kg depending on the equipment) but does not compromise the overall safety of the car: at the 2005 Euro NCAP crash tests the C1 scored a score four out of five stars. Just like the car itself, the size of the boot is also small: just 139 liters, which become 751 when the rear seat is folded down. In the 1st gen. the engines available are two: a four-cylinder 1.4 54HP diesel and a three-cylinder 1.0 68HP petrol. There are therefore no sports variants. The first generation of the Citroen C1 received two small restyling (called Phase II and Phase III) in 2008 and 2012. In 2014, the advent of the 2nd gen. brought radical aesthetic changes to revive sales that had drastically dropped in previous years. The new interior design features playful colors and a new internal LCD. Among the engines remained, even if adapted to the new anti-pollution standards, the 68HP three-cylinder petrol engine introduced in 2005 and an Airscape 72HP and a PureTech 82HP we’re added. Also for the 2nd gen. there is a lack of models quoted for sportsmanship.

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๐ŸŽ๏ธ Citroen C1 I
๐Ÿ“ France
๐Ÿ› ๏ธ Four-cylinder 1.4 HDi 130NM 54HP
๐Ÿ’จ 15,6 seconds
๐Ÿ” 154km/h
๐Ÿ’ถ No longer on sale
Our votes:
โญโญโญ๏ธโšก (3,5/5) for the 1st gen.
โญโญโšก (2,5/5) for the 2nd gen.