Citroën describes its facelifted C3 as “The new face of French chic”. Building on its already unique looks, the facelifted model adds subtle changes to the exterior.
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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