The monthly Naamsa stats generally make for rather interesting reading. But, naturally, we tend to focus on the best-performing vehicles in terms of sales. Indeed,… Read more →
If we were to list the most fuel-efficient vehicles currently on sale in South Africa, the top ten would be made up mostly of posh… Read more →
The Citroën C1 isn’t proving particularly popular in South Africa, with just a single unit being sold last month. Although the little city car is undoubtedly doing… Read more →
Dashcam footage from the Scotland shows a newly qualified driver stall her Citroen C1 some 13 times while trying to negotiate a roundabout. Eventually, the… Read more →
The new, compact, Citroën C1 has arrived in South Africa. For now only two models will be offered, while the thrid, entry-level model, will join… Read more →
If you think this “concept” looked like a beefed-up Citroën C1, you won’t be mistaken. In essence this latest concept from Citroën seems to be… Read more →
Click here for Part 2. With the 84th Geneva Motor Show in full swing from today, we bring you some of the standout vehicles making… Read more →
It was really inevitable. Shortly after Peugeot showed its 108 and Toyota its Aygo teaser, Citroën has released the first details of its new C1…. Read more →
Citroën recently updated its C1 and I recently spent the weekend with the Seduction model. I like the car. I really do. But only 22 units were sold last month. A modest amount when you compare it with the 165 Toyota Aygos sold. Even though this is a tough segment, I’ve spent enough time with the C1 to have developed some hope that it will make significant inroads.
PSA Peugeot Citroën has given its two mechanically identical twins a second facelift 7 years into their life cycles, as well as a more frugal 1,0-litre engine and extra kit in the cabin.