Citroen has revealed prices and full details of the facelifted C1 range, with the cheapest model starting from a VW up!-rivalling £7,995.
Only one engine is available – a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol unit with 67bhp – but cars come in three or five-door variants and an automatic gearbox is available, too.
Entry-level VT trim models are the cheapest, but you have to get a VTR model if you want air-con, electric front windows and LED daytime running lights.
Range-topping VTR+ adds 14-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth, fog lights, a leather steering wheel and tinted windows.
All manual-equipped C1s now emit just 99g/km of CO2, while the automatic model emits 104g/km.
The new Citroen C1 goes on sale from 2 April, and if you order now, Citroen will knock another £1,000 off every model in the range.