Citroen C3 Review: The Best Small Car For Young Drivers

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Citroen has finally launched its much-awaited affordable model, the Citroen C3 in India.

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Starting with the design, the Citroen C3 looks like a small micro-SUV that rivals the likes of Tata Punch, and other SUVs such as Nissan Magnite and Renault Kiger.

Moreover, the quirky design language adds a lot of youthfulness and character to the Citroen C3.

In addition to that, this quirky design is further extended to the interior of the car with its colourful and quirky dashboard.

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It looks pretty premium and inviting with its small yet chunk-looking flat-bottom steering wheel

wide touchscreen infotainment system, and digital instrument cluster.

Headlamps do not feel cheap as it does come with a split design theme and also sports a LED DRL to brighten things up.

The top-end model uses a similar engine, but with a turbocharger and this 'PURETECH 110' engine pushes out 108.4bhp of peak power and 190Nm of peak torque.