Citroen C3 emissions cuts | Car Talk - Car News Oct 2020

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10:41 Monday 19 Oct 2020

Improvements to the Citroen C3 range has seen CO2 emissions cut by up to 7g/km on selected models.

Models fitted with a PureTech 3-cylinder petrol engine gain new batteries and fuel consumption meter as part of an improvement programme carried out by Citroen’s engineers.  The biggest improvements come to the entry-level PureTech 83 Stop & Start manual model, which also gains a new alternator and sees its CO2 emissions fall to 123g/km.

Despite the improvements, there is no increase in prices, and the range continues to start from £16,280 on-the-road.

 

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