The all new Citroen’s C3 has a starting price of Rs 5.71 lakh (ex-showroom)

The entry-level Live trim of Citroen’s C3 has a starting price of Rs 5.71 lakh (ex-showroom) in India. Since Citroen’s second vehicle for the Indian market was introduced a few months ago, the anticipation around their first mass-market vehicle has been intense. You can read our review of the Citroen C3 here, but we’ve already had a chance to drive it for a while.

The C3 will be offered in two grades and two powertrain options overall. The standard Live trim and the top-of-the-line Feel trim will only be available on the 1.2-liter naturally aspirated gasoline engine. The 1.2-liter turbo engine costs Rs. 8.06 lakh and is only offered with the Feel trim, which is the top of the line (ex-showroom).

 

The cost of a Citroen C3 (ex-showroom)

C3 1.2 gasoline C3 1.2 petrol costs Rs. 5.71 lakh to live, and Rs. 6.63 lakh to feel. Feel Vibe pack: C3 1.2 fuel, Rs. 6.78 lakh Feel dual tone – C3 1.2 petrol, Rs. 6.78 lakh Feel two tones Vibe pack: C3 1.2 petrol turbo, Rs. 6.93 lakh Feel two tones Vibe pack costs Rs. 8,06,000.
When it comes to available engines, the 1.2-liter three-pot naturally aspirated petrol produces 83 bhp and 115 Nm and is paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. While the 1.2 litre forced induction engine, which produces 110 horsepower and 190 Nm of torque, comes with a 6-speed manual transmission.

Although it is not currently available, an automatic transmission option will probably be added to the roster in the near future.

The Tata Punch, Renault Kiger, Nissan Magnite, Maruti Suzuki Ignis, as well as B-segment hatchbacks like the Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai i20, are just a few of the elevated hatches that the C3 will now compete against.

The debut of the New Citroen C3 in India is a moment for which we at Stellantis can all be quite proud, according to Roland Bouchara, CEO & Managing Director of Stellantis India. We are certain that the New C3’s Customized Comfort USP will make it appealing and distinctive for customers as Citroen enters the mainstream B-hatch sector in India with this launch. This is the first model in the family of C-Cubed automobiles that was created in India by Indians. With more than 90% of the New C3’s components coming from domestic suppliers, we are utilising our solid supplier network, our R&D centre in Chennai, the Vehicle Assembly Plant at Thiruvallur, and the Powertrain Plant at Hosur in the Tamil Nadu state.




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