The Citroën C3 was first launched in South Africa towards the end of 2019.
The new alloys surely are a strong focus point of the updated look with a much more eye-catching design than that of the current model. The grille gets more chrome with the bottom line forming the chevron, dropping down from the daytime-running lights on top towards the main headlight cluster. The updated C3 also features new scratch-proof Air Bump designs with silver effect inserts.
Citroën says noise-cancelling upgrades have been done to ensure an even more comfortable ride.
Under the hood of the C3 Feel, you will find the well-known 60 kW engine in the 1.2 PureTech engine connected to a five-speed manual gearbox.
The C3 Shine is a step up from the Feel with the 81 kW engine and a 6-speed automatic gearbox.
Above and beyond the Feel, it also comes with 16” Alloy Wheels, Auto Wipers, Rear Parking Sensors and the added twist of bi-tone body colour options. In addition, a 7-inch Touchscreen with Android Auto/Apple Carplay and Auto Dim Rear-view Mirrors.
The Citroën C3 Feel is now available in South Africa while the Shine will be here from May.
C3 1.2 Pure Tech Feel - R269 900
C3 1.2 Pure Tech Shine - R324 900
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