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Citroen C3 (2010 - 2017)

4

1.2 puretech 65 edition exclusive

reviewed by Anonymous on 21 August 2019
4
Overall rating
3
How it drives
4
Fuel economy
4
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
3
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
4
How you rate the manufacturer
4
Overall reliability

Comfortable unexciting drive with a few extras.

Hi,
I have had Citroen/D'S cars for a few years now. Mainly because my local dealership are 2 miles down the road. I have to say that I have found them reliable and easy to live with.
The 2015 C3 I currently own is a sensible car. Dullish to drive but comfortable and relaxing on. short or long journeys. It feels steady on the road but a little wary of tight corners at speed. Although it is a non turbo it is multi point injection and in second and third gears gives a surprising boost with high revs. At 300 litres the boot is large enough for the weekly shop and the rear seating is enough for two adults. Space up front is more than adequate, though the central armrest does get in the way of gear changes in the five speed manual gearbox. The zenith windscreen is useful and let's in plenty of extra light into the cabin. Fuel consumption varies between 41-51 mpg. All in all a good choice for unadventurous drivers with low insurance/fuel consumption costs in mind.own
Mike.

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Price£11,580–£17,040
Road TaxA–B
MPG60.1–83.1 mpg
Real MPG76.1%

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