The Citroën C3 brings an exceptional amount of colour and fun to the small car market at a fraction of the price of premium rivals
“The Citroën C3 brings an exceptional amount of colour and fun to the small car market at a fraction of the price of premium rivals”
Cool, quirky looks
Endless customisation options
Fun and useful ConnectedCAM
Diesel option is sluggish
Back seats don’t lie flat
Boot finish could be better
It’s always exciting when something a bit different enters the market. They did it a couple of years ago with the Cactus and now Citroen have brought something just as fresh to the supermini segment with their new C3.
Fully customisable from its bi-tone roof to the multi-coloured air bumps along the side – it’s clear from the very first glance that Citroen are on to a very good thing here.
Is it lame to call a car ‘on trend’? Is ‘on trend’ still on trend? Is fleek still a thing?
Basically, the new C3 is so achingly hip that it makes us want to use teenage snapchat lingo while we splash numerous filtered pictures of it all over our Instagram and Pinterests.
Like what you see?