Citroen’s entry into the city-car market is quirky and memorable with funky colours and a fun interior. The 1.2 engine is efficient and provides enough power for even motorway driving yet it retains the requisite amount of agility required for town usage.
Citroen C1 Interior
Falling in the funky city-car design is a colour coded dashboard and matched dots of colour all over. Plenty of storage and an easy to use set of controls finish the package off. The seats are comfy for long drives and the legroom isn’t too bad considering the size of the car.
Citroen C1 Drive
Citroen have upgraded a few bits of the vehicle underpinnings and the car feels firmer and more responsive for it. None of the engine choices are especially sporty but they all perform adequately and offer good economy and low CO2 emissions as a result.
Hire the Citroen C1
A car that makes good first impressions, eye-catching and fun to drive. The C1 is ideal for a low-cost runaround but can easily fit the role for a longer drive where you’ll save money on the vehicle and the fuel you use.