Thursday 24th May 2012
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The latest version of Citroen's city car the C1 goes on sale next month and this week the French manufacturer revealed how much cash customers will need to shell out to get their hands on the new model.

Prices will start from £7,995 for the 1.0i 68 manual three-door VT version of the C1, rising to £10,545 for the top-of-the-range five-door VTR+, which, among a host of other new Citroen car parts being added to the C1 range, features a new electronic gearbox system with steering-mounted paddle controls.

All but one of the new models produces less than 100g of CO2 per km, making them exempt from road tax in their first year, as well as the London Congestion Charge.

Meanwhile, even the entry-level model comes with a reasonable level of spec, including day-time running LEDs, air conditioning and electric front windows, while the VTR+ versions also come with 14-inch alloy wheels and Bluetooth connectivity.

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