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The Citroen C1 is a fun and cheap rival to the Volkswagen up! and Kia Picanto - but it is showing its age
Do updates to the Citroen C1 go far enough to keep it competitive?
New look and greater efficiency make baby even bigger in the city.
French firm gives its entry-level model a luxurious makeover.
The C1 Airplay comes with a free Apple iPod Nano digital music player and sturdy holder
Citroen’s C1 has now morphed into something more like a supercar
We're all in favour of saving fuel, but for some, maximising economy is an obsession. Citroen's C1 is the penny pincher's perfect car - and now it is even more frugal.
At last! Citroen's C1 has hit UK roads, and at £6,495 the three-door 1.0-litre petrol Vibe is the cheapest of the new family of PSA-Toyota-built city cars.
Small car buyers have never had it so good. Hot on the heels of the Toyota Aygo comes Citroen's new entry-level model, the C1. It is the product of the city car family developed jointly by PSA and Toyota, which is completed by the Peugeot 107.
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