New Citroën C3 comes to Ireland

The new Citroën C3 is now available to order in Ireland now with pricing starting from €15,490.

Described by the manufacturer as “everything you would expect a modern Citroën to be - colourful, stylish, brimming with new technologies, supremely comfortable with a bold, fun-loving personality” the new C3 will come with a choice of three generously equipped trim levels, Touch, Feel and Flair.

Starting at just €15,490, the Touch Trim includes a very high level of standard equipment including features such as a USB socket for media streaming & Bluetooth handsfree, safety features including Lane Departure warning and coffee break alert, as well as comfort features including cruise control and power steering. Stepping up to Feel Trim, from €16,990, brings added styling features such as 16-inch alloy wheels and LED daytime running lights; more intelligent and useful technology including Mirror Screen with Apple Car Play and a 7-inch touch screen; and automatic air conditioning.

In addition, for the Irish launch customers can avail of a free Style Pack worth €500 bringing the distinctive Airbump® and Bi-Tone roof to the Feel trim level.

The top of the range Flair starts from €18,990 brings even more extras including; black Airbumps as standard, 17-inch alloy wheels, ConnectedCAM Citroën, automatic lights & windscreen wipers, rear parking sensors and a reversing camera.

ConnectedCAM Citroën uses a fully integrated camera, located behind the rear view mirror, to capture images and video that can instantly be shared on social media channels, or saved as evidence in the event of an accident.

The C3 now also offers more options such as voice controlled 3D navigation, a reversing camera, keyless entry and start and blind-spot monitoring.

Finally, the efficient, high-performance powertrain options continue the technological theme with PureTech petrol and BlueHDi Diesel Euro 6 engines as well as the latest generation EAT6 fully automatic gearbox available as part of the range. With this engine line-up sales of petrol engines are expected to increase.

Managing Director, Chris Graham, Citroën Ireland commented: “We are very excited about the potential of the New C3, offering such a high level of technology and a host of stylish options at a competitive price, we expect it to attract many new customers to the Citroën showrooms.”


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