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French supermini is comfortable and efficient, but feels dated and lacks quality compared to newer rivals
Our verdict on the new three-cylinder Citroen C3, which promises to return more than 60mpg
All-new model aims to inject some style into the supermini market. We try it out on British roads.
Can stylish new supermini give VW's Polo and Ford's Fiesta a run for their money?
The French firm has added the Latte special edition to the Citroen C3 line-up
It's great value new, but does Citroen's C3 five-door supermini make sense second-hand, too?
Smart, fast and frugal - by offering all three attributes, today's best superminis are minor miracles. And there's such stiff competition that no maker can afford to stand still - which is why Citroen has facelifted its C3.
How long do you sit in stationary traffic before turning off your engine? Two minutes? Five? Just think how much fuel you could save if your car switched off automatically whenever you stopped.
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