Road Tests | Citroen C3 review 2017

Citroen C3 review 2017

Published on Aug 15th 2017 Daragh Ó Tuama 165 views

This is Car Buyers Guide’s Citroen C3 review 2017. Daragh Ó Tuama took the all new Citroen C3 for a drive in the sun in Ireland, appropriate weather for a car in “Power Orange”. The new C3 offers 9 colours as well as 3 different roof colours. Another distinguishable exterior feature are the Air Bumps, which provide style and safety.

When it comes to space and practicality, the C3 struggles to challenge its competitors. Legroom and headroom in the back are compromised and the load lip into the boot will make it tricky to pack in any heavy luggage. However, it shouldn’t be scrutinised for this too much, after all, it is a supermini! If you are looking for more space, perhaps consider the Seat Ibiza.

Inside, the C3 mimics the styling of the exterior. The model Daragh was driving also includes a 7-inch touch screen and in-built dash cam. This is what Citroen calls the Connected Cam.

Though the 1.6l BlueHDi 75bhp isn’t sluggish, it is quite loud. There are also petrol engines available, including the award winning 1.2l puretech.


0 comments

Login to leave a reply

Login with Facebook Login with Twitter