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2012 Citroen C3 comes with Zenith winscreen

Citroen Australia is introducing the new 2012 C3, which now comes standard with the Zenith panoramic windscreen. Power increases have also been made to the diesel variant. The special windscreen recedes past the A-pillars and into the roof area to provide an open-air feel. It's 36 per cent larger than a conventional windscreen, and was previously only available as an option...

Citroen C3 Picasso recalled over 'passenger brake' fiasco

The Citroen C3 Picasso is currently involved in a safety recall fiasco in the UK. The compact French people mover has a unique feature that means the vehicle’s brakes can be applied by the front-seat passenger. Don’t expect to find that in any of the product brochures. The C3 Picasso is built as a left-hand drive vehicle and then converted to right-hand drive for the UK...

Video: 2011 Citroen C3 better equipped than an old bomb

Citroen has released a clever little commercial for the new Citroen C3 to highlight the vehicle’s standard features. The advertisement shows the owner of an old no-frills runabout pretending it has all the features of the 2011 C3...

2011 Citroen C3 launched in Australia

UPDATED November 16, 2010, at 4:30pm. The long-awaited 2011 Citroen C3 has been launched in Australia and - with a starting price of $19,990 (plus on road costs) - is hoping to revive local interest in the brand. General manager of Citroen Australia, Miles Williams, said he believed the new C3 would attract young buyers, female drivers and many more to the French brand in Australia...

Citroen C3 Minispace spy photos

As a direct competitor to Skoda Roomster, Opel Meriva, Nissan Note and Renault Modus, the car photographed here in the mountains of Spain is the all-new Citroen C3 Minispace.     A concept of this new vehicle, the C3 StreetLounge, was seen in 2006, so this is further proof that Citroen will launch the car by 2009...

Citroen C3 – As economical as a hybrid

Toyota, watch out. The Prius could soon be knocked off its pious perch with the release today of the Citroen C3 HDi. Claiming a combined cycle of just 4.4 litres per 100 km, the C3 HDi boasts the same economy as its hybrid rival, yet costs half as much to buy outright...