2015 Citroen C1 Reviews, Prices and Pictures – Welcome to Neocarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the Citroen C1 Concept. 2015 Citroen C1 changes is one brand new car from Citroen that was released in 2015. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Citroen C1 Release Date.
The last-generation Citroen C1 (and its Peugeot 108 and Toyota Aygo sister cars) sold extremely well, but this time around competition is much stiffer in the city car category with the Volkswagen up!.., Skoda Citigo and Hyundai i10 to see off.
The C1 gets off to a good start with its distinctive take on the split headlight arrangement from Citroen, and various contrasting colour options, inside and out.
Typically the new Citroen C1 can be acquired as a 3-door and 5-door vehicle, as a hatchback or perhaps an open-top vehicle together with Airscape. The dynamic, vibrant styling is underlined simply by the visual continuity in between the windscreen and aspect windows, with black windshield pillars and, depending on reduce, chrome-finish weatherstrips. The front side end gains the capabilities identifying the new company models. The two-part headlamps and round inserts produce a smiley front end using a cheeky gaze. The straight daytime-running LED lights produce a light signature emphasising typically the car’s cheerful gaze and also strong character. The a glass tailgate and square lighting add momentum to typically the rear end, creating a 3 dimensional effect.
The 2015 Citroen C1 will be available in two variants. Customers will be able to choose between a regular hatchback model and the version with a large fabric roof that opens. Literally the entire roof can be rolled back so that you can enjoy driving during hot, sunny days.
After reading this review, you can see the pictures in the gallery at the bottom. A couple of pictures are showing what it looks like when the roof is open.
If I understand correctly, the hatchback model will come with 3 doors, while the Airscape model with the roll-back top will have 5 doors. Although it is possible that both hatchback and open-top models will come with a choice of 3 or 5 doors.
2015 Citroen C1 Price
2015 new Citroen C1 – sister car to the Peugeot 108 and Toyota Aygo – heading for a debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. 2015 Citroen C1 to the price, we do not get accurate information. If you want to know the price of 2015 Citroen C1, follow the development of our blog. We will provide information about the price of this car as soon as possible to you loyal readers of our blog.
2015 Citroen C1 Interior
The most efficient option is the stop-start equipped e-VTI 68 Airdream with a five-speed manual with claimed CO2 emissions of only 88g/km. The same engine is offered with a five-speed ETG automated manual gearbox, but our choice is the new 82bhp 1.2 PureTech engine with a five-speed manual gearbox that offers significantly better performance across the rev range, but still manages to return 65mpg and 99g/km.
The dashboard will be characterized by the clean and structured lines. In the center console there will be a 7-inch touchscreen display that will allow you to use all multimedia functions. It will feature a Mirror Screen technology, that will let you to transfer all the content from the screen of your smartphone on display in the car. You will have access to all your media files and contacts. Just connect your device via a USB port.
Some of the features worth mentioning are: an automatic A/C control, heated front seats, power adjusted front seats with memory function, cup holders, spacious glovebox, reversing camera, hill start assist, USB connection port, GPS navigation, electric power steering, etc.
Three trim levels are offered Touch, Feel and Flair. The seven-inch screen standard on all but base level, while the ‘Feel’ model is expected to be best-seller and comes with air-con, DAB and body-coloured wing mirrors and handles and standard.
Now, once again take a look at the photo above. I do not know about you, but the front end reminiscent of the face, where the LED headlights and daytime running lights are the eyes with eyebrows. The front bumper looks kinda bulky, with large trapezoidal air intake.
2015 Citroen C1 Exterior
The split headlight design is an interpretation of the same theme you’ll find on the new C4 Cactus, while vertical LED lights are integrated neatly into the front bumper.
At the rear, square 3D-effect taillights and a blacked-out glass tailgate are also distinctive, while the bit between is shared with the Aygo and 108. It’s a similar story with the interior design that’s replicated for all three sister cars, with the exception of badges.
With colour-coded trim for the centre console and gear lever surround, as well as flashes of exterior colour on the doors and the option of striped seat upholstery, the C1’s interior is a cheery place to spend time.
Other engine choice include a 1.2-liter 3-cylinder VTi 82 engine PureTech engine that will be able to develop 82 horsepower and 118 Nm (~87 lb-ft) of torque. It will also be mated to a 5-speed gearbox. With this engine, the car consumes about 4.3 liters per 100 km (it is about 65 mpg combined by EU standards, or 54.1 mpg by US standards) and emits 99 g/km of CO2 emissions.
That means a supple ride that irons out small imperfections in the surface well but can become a little bouncy over a series of consecutive humps, and light steering that offers barely any feedback but is a doddle to use around town. The soft suspension and numb steering mean body control is fairly loose in corners, but then parking is especially easy given the cars dinky overall length of 3.46m.
2015 Citroen C1 Engine
The engine to go for would be the more powerful 1.2-litre engine, it may only have an extra 13bhp but as the car is so light you really notice the extra oomph. Both engines thrum a little at idle but once up to speed they soon settle, although the 82bhp motor is a lot more settled at higher speeds. If you’re mainly going to be driving the car around town and over shorter distances, the 1.0-litre engine is still a good choice and almost 70mpg is an impressive stat.
Although the styling is entirely new, the C1’s platform is carried over from its predecessor, so the rear seats are still cramped and the boot is still small. However, a new 1.2 three-cylinder PureTech engine gives a welcome dose of performance (but still slips under the 100g/km barrier for CO2 emissions), while the lack of weight means it feels agile around town.