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Citroen C3’s Introductory Pricing Comes To An End


Prices of the hatchback have been upped by up to Rs 17,000 for some trims

 

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  • First price hike for the hatchback since its launch.

  • The 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol powered trims get an increment of Rs 17,000. 

  • Top-spec Feel Turbo Dual Tone Vibe Pack receives a price bump of Rs 9,000.

  • The hatchback is offered in two broad trims: Live and Feel.

It’s been around two months since French marque Citroen launched its first mass market offering for India, the C3. Now the carmaker has decided to put an end to the hatchback’s introductory pricing and has upped the C3’s asking price across its variant lineup. 

Here’s how much dearer the hatchback has become:

Variants

Old Price

New price

Difference

Live

Rs 5.71 lakh

Rs 5.88 lakh

+Rs 17,000

Feel

Rs 6.63 lakh

Rs 6.80 lakh

+Rs 17,000

Feel Vibe Pack

Rs 6.78 lakh

Rs 6.95 lakh

+Rs 17,000

Feel Dual Tone

Rs 6.78 lakh

Rs 6.95 lakh

+Rs 17,000

Feel Dual Tone Vibe Pack

Rs 6.93 lakh

Rs 7.10 lakh

+Rs 17,000

Feel Turbo Dual Tone Vibe Pack

Rs 8.06 lakh

Rs 8.15 lakh

+Rs 9,000

  • All variants, except for the top-spec Feel Turbo Dual Tone Vibe Pack variant, have received a price hike of Rs 17,000. 

  • The aforementioned end of the line trim has become dearer by Rs 9,000.

  • The hatchback now retails between Rs 5.88 lakh and Rs 8.15 lakh (ex-showroom).

Citroen’s only hatchback for India is offered with multiple powertrain options. There is a choice of a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine and a 1.2-litre turbo-petrol unit producing 110PS and 190Nm. The former is paired to a five-speed manual and puts out 82PS and 115Nm, while the turbo-petrol unit is geared using a six-speed manual. The hatchback gets no diesel engine or automatic transmission options.

Citroen offers the C3 with a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, height-adjustable driver seat, four-speaker sound system, a digital instrument cluster and steering-mounted audio controls. On the safety front, it gets dual airbags, ABS with EBD and rear parking sensors.

Also Read: Here’s A Closer And Clearer Look Of The Upcoming Citroen C3 EV

With introductory prices chucked, the hatchback is now sold from Rs 5.88 lakh to Rs 8.15 lakh (ex-showroom). At this price range, it competes with the Maruti Wagon RCelerioTata Tiago and Hyundai Grand i10 Nios. Considering its dimensions, you can also regard the French hatchback as an alternative to the Nissan Magnite, Tata Punch, and Renault Kiger.

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