Citroen C1 1.0i Rhythm Reviews

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★★★★☆

“Citroen C1 Basic 2007”

Written on: 13/05/2013 by ken.webb (8 reviews written)

Purchased new in 2007 and traded in a couple of weeks ago, this car has been the family runaround, school runs, shopping trips plus the annual UK holiday, days out etc etc. Capable of 60 MPG and with £20 road tax and low insurance it really is a budget car! Saying that, it also pops along on the motorway at a healthy 85mph for hours at a stretch. No electric windows or central locking or anything else to go wrong, with only annual servicing required it has cost a minimum in repairs during… Read Full Review

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“Good little city car”

Written on: 19/04/2012 by pinguandgromit (1 review written)

Hi. Everybody. I purchased a Citroen C1 car and I must admit it is cheap to run. Regarding petrol and road tax. The seats are quite comfortable and it is a nippy car to drive. The disadvantages I found were that the parcel shelf does not stay up and can be quite annoying. The car cannot handle wind and not really suitable for motorways. If I use them. I never use the third lane anymore as the car struggles to overtake other cars. I found reversing was abit of a nightmare as I'm petite. I… Read Full Review

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“Great little car, providing you know what you're buying”

Written on: 10/01/2012 by theberengersniper (2 reviews written)

I've owned my C1 (Rhythm model) for 6 months and i've been delighted with it. Prior to the C1 I owned large family-size cars and I was apprehensive about the move to something so small, but I needn't have been. My car is used for a daily 60-mile commute along the motorway and it's great for the task. The C1 is Citroen's version of a join partnership between Citroen, Peugeot and Toyota. The C1, 107 and Aygo models respectively are mechanically identical, with only minor cosmetic differences to… Read Full Review

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“Perfect city commuter car, min eco figs. 49mph on...”

Written on: 12/10/2008

Perfect city commuter car, min eco figs. 49mph on short runs through city with air con blasting out to 68 mph on a long run down A1 at 56mph.
Masses of room for 3 passengers + luggage room with 4th seat folded down. Dash reflection on windscreen in bright sunshine makes it seem like looking through a net curtain if you wear glasses. But you get used to it… Read Full Review

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