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Excellent

Great road handling and very eco friendly

only one - no door on storage area

The new boy in my life – C1 in a slinky black shade. Having lost my car to the garage for the week ( yet another expensive MOT bill looming!!) I have had the pleasure and yes it has been a pleasure to drive my partner’s car. The C1 ( or loving referred to as the Micro-machine by my son). I have...

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“Cure for Summer Madness”

published 28/09/2006

Great engine, Neat interior, Character, Economy, V...

Low speed ride, No auto light for passenger door, ...

Having learned quite a lot in a hurry, part of me hopes that this account can save a few people from themselves, or at least from their partners. The other part just says this is a great little car ........ The road I took to buy a C1 was rather tortuous, not to say bumpy, and started with the...

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Not for me

“Life's Too Short”

published 18/01/2008

Cheap good looking spacious little car with good M...

Price isn't everything

There are something's in life which I have never been able to fathom; I mean on a really fundamental level, I just cannot begin to comprehend them. Take the humble outside toilet, for example. I know back in the olde worlde days things were very different, but just how on earth did anyone ever...

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Super

Epic fuel economy

Uncomfortably loud on the motor way

If all you want is a cheap and chearful run about, the Citroen C1 should be a contender. I own a Vibe in red which is the bottom of the range model. Features, or lack of. Electric windows, Electric mirrors, Central locking, Air con, are just some of the things this car doesn't have. Which I do...

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Excellent

“Small car with a big heart.”

published 16/04/2007

Great to park, simple controls.

A bit "Girly"

I love my car! I have a land rover Discovery for driving round the farm, towing etc. & had a Citroen Picasso for everyday use but with a daughter who will be 17 soon and the hoo-ha about climate change felt I should get something more morally acceptable to use when a big vehicle isn't needed. So...

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Excellent

Smart and cheap to run

Doesnt come with glovebox lid as standard.

I currently own a Citroen C1 VTR in metallic Carlinite Grey and I love it. It is very comfortable inside and quite spacious to say it is small. The interior may be cheap but it is rather funky and looks modern. The boot is quite small, but for a girl, I just use the back seats to put all my...

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“Citroen C1 - Vibe”

published 30/04/2007

Cheap to buy and insure, nippy and very economical...

No central locking on the basic model!

Recently my R reg Citroen Saxo decided that it had had enough and finally gave up on me. I was therefore confronted with the task of searching for another car. I needed something that was cheap to buy and cheap to insure, (as i am a 23 year old man!) It didn't take me long to come across the...

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Excellent

“Exceptional little car...”

published 17/09/2006

cheap to run, suprisingly spacious

Not many colour options

My wife has just brought a C1 Airplay and I have to say im pleasantly suprised. Interior: Its decievingly spacious inside comfortably fitting four adults. It has 12 storage compartments in the dash, central console and doors . The seats are very comfortable and the dash well designed, but what...

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Excellent

“C1, Drive 1, Love1”

published 19/07/2009

V. inexpensive to run, Parking a doddle, Fun

It's not a Lotus for the price of a C1 !!

After a year of expensive repair bills and an anticipated large bill for MOT pass, we decided to look into replacing the car. 5 yr finance and a small deposit meant we'd spend less in a year for the purchase than the repairs totall for past year. Not forgetting the £35 Road tax for the year, v...

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Super

Great for short journeys

Long Journeys are it's' Achilles heel, some of the...

I purchased a Citroen C1 as my previous car, a Vauxhall Tigra, was eating up too much fuel. The C1 certainly uses less petrol than a Tigra, so in a nutshell does what I bought it for. The C1 is quirky with a very polished design, and the best looking of the 106 the C1 and the Aygo (all the same...

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published 27/05/2007

I have had my C1 for 12 months now and have had no problems at all. It is only a 2 door but as I have no children I do not need a 4 door. It is very cheap to run, good fuel economy, 35 POUNDS A YEAR ROAD TAX and my fully comp insurance was very cheap also. Would have liked a glove box as there is no place to hide things from view, just a shelf. The back window seemed to be constantly dirty but my husband has now fitted Citroen mud flaps for 27 pounds so hope that solves the problem. A very good little car for the money

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Good

“Style without the price tag”

published 28/05/2009

Cheap, reliable, aux jack in FM radio, fuel effici...

No glovebox, very limited boot space, slow to pick...

The main reason I decided to buy this car back at the start of last year is because my 16 year old Vauxhall Nova suddenly packed in and the insurance company said it wouldn't be worth their while repairing it. When I was looking for a new car i wanted something which was quite cheap, and this...

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“Amazing Little Car”

published 07/04/2006

Very economical,low road tax (£40 per year), easy ...

Slightly noisy because it has 3 cylinders

The Citroen C1 is new on the market so you don't see many around.I loved this car as soon as I saw it. I have the 3-door version.Don't be fooled by its small size as there is far more room inside than you would expect. The front seats slide back and forward very easily, unlike some which tend to...

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Handling, space for the size of the car, fuel cons...

Looks and features.

Right now, I'm 20 and have had the Citroen C1 since the month I passed my test, almost three years ago. At first I was wary of getting it as, lets be honest, it's not the best looking car in the world! I was, however, persuaded after hearing the price of it (Just £120 per month) and knowing that...

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Excellent

“Fun and economical.”

published 31/10/2007

Economical, nippy, full of character -fun to drive...

Small boot -but it's a small car!

This is great little car! Exceptional economy, £35 VED and group one insurance all make this car a sensible choice for those with one eye on the budget. Don't be put off by the 1 litre engine, 68 bhp is more than enough for a car of this size and weight. The car is nippy around town, handling...

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