C-Series Citroen

specials on the way

Citroen C3 Aircross C-Series
Citroen C3 Aircross C-Series
Citroen C3 Aircross C-Series seats

A NEW range of special edition models is on its way from Citroen with the French maker aiming to build on the success of last year's Origins collector's edition models which celebrated the brand's centenary.

A number of models in the Citroen portfolio will be available with the new C-Series special edition badge next year, starting with the C3 Aircross compact SUV.

Tthe C3 Aircross C-Series will cost £19,950 - some £1,035 more than the Feel model on which it is based, but will feature unique styling details, both inside and out, and enhanced levels of standard equipment.

Exterior styling enhancements include a unique Regal Red colour pack complete with coloured headlamp surrounds and matching door mirrors complemented by a bi-tone black roof and 16-inch ‘Matrix' gloss black alloy wheels. To complete the look, 3D C-Series badging adorns the front doors.

Inside there's a dashboard insert made from soft-touch material, unique door sill trim and satin chrome air-vent surrounds while the seats come with white topstitching, a horizontal Regal Red contrasting stripe on the upper part of the seatbacks and a C-Series logo.

Additional standard equipment on top of the spec of the Feel version includes automatic air conditioning, automatic windscreen wipers, auto dipping rear view mirror, rear parking sensors and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Power comes from Citroen's 1.2 litre, 110bhp Stop & Start engine, paired with a six-speed manual transmission.

Production of the new C3 Aircross C-Series doessn't start until February, but Citroen dealers are taking orders now.

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