What is VTi Citroen?

Variable Valve Lift and Timing injection
VTi – a petrol engine (VTi stands for Variable Valve Lift and Timing injection)

What are the different Citroen C1 models?

There are five trim levels, Touch, Feel, Furio, Flair and Flair Edition in order of rising luxury, with only two available on the semi-convertible versions.

Is the C1 the same as Toyota Aygo?

THEY’RE the same but different. Three city cars from three manufacturers built on the same platform at the same Czech factory. About 70 per cent of the new Toyota Aygo, Citroen C1 and Peugeot 108 are identical, including bodyshell, engines and gearbox. Only the finishing design touches differ.

Does a Citroen C1 have a Toyota engine?

What is it like to drive? The last C1 was only available with the Toyota-sourced 1.0-litre engine. Now Peugeot-Citroen has doubled the choice by offering its own 1.2-litre.

Is a Citroen C1 a good first car?

If you’re looking for a first car that stands out from the crowd, the Citroen C1 could be the ideal choice. Citroen is known for their quirky and unique styling which challenges the norm of car design, and the C1 is certainly no exception. Its dynamic lines and cheeky gaze give the car a youthful and fun look.

Where can I find all the specs for the C1?

On this page, you will find all the key specs for the C1 from overall fuel efficiency in MPG and its top speed in MPH, to running costs, dimensions, data and lots more. With Parkers you’ll find the most comprehensive source of car specs online.

Is the Peugeot C1 still a bargain?

The new pocket-size C1 doesn’t quite feel quite so bargain-bucket as the last one did did. Just as well, the tiny-car world has moved on.

What was the opposition to the VW C1?

When the original C1 came out nine years ago (with its near-clones the Toyota Aygo and Peugeot 107) the opposition was a bit feeble. Only the last-generation Panda, and some rather ropey Korean fluff. You couldn’t buy a Twingo in Britain then, and VW was letting itself down badly with the Fox.