Citroën has presented a mild facelift for the C3 supermini this week at Geneva Motor Show.
Citroën has presented a mild facelift for the C3 supermini this week in Geneva.
The French designer didn't fiddle a lot with the C3's design as the facelift brings minor revisions to head/taillights and both bumpers, with the front one incorporating LED daytime running lights. A "Zenith" windscreen extending to the roof is available for those who want better visibility.
On the inside Citroën is offering more upholstery options, chrome detailing, as well as a soft-touch thermo-coated dashboard. For more money clients can opt for a reversing camera and parking sensors.
Power comes from the same 1.0- and 1.2-liter three-cylinder engines producing 68 HP (50 kW) and 82 HP (60 kW), respectively. There's also a more potent VTi 120 pumping out 120 HP (88 kW) which can get a manual or an automatic gearbox.