Citroën C1 is the bestselling car in the UK
With several design awards, the Citroën C1 offers impeccable driving comfort. AutoUncle has 3,290 used Citroën C1 for sale in the UK, compiled from several dealership websites and online marketplaces, which means you get to have nearly a complete overview of all pre-owned Citroën C1 for sale in the country.
How much does a used Citroën C1 cost?
There exist four main factors that have an impact on what a used Citroën C1 costs: the year the model is from, the car's fuel consumption, the car's mileage and the vehicle's equipment variant.
The oldest and cheapest Citroën C1 here on AutoUncleis can be purchased for £995, and the newest and most well-equipped model costs around £11,995.
Equipment for Citroën C1
The latest generation of the Citroën C1, named C1 2ND GEN, was introduced in 2014 and comes in the following equipment variants:
- Citroën C1 Flair (872 cars for sale)
- Citroën C1 Feel (775 cars)
- Citroën C1 Shine (239 cars)
- Citroën C1 Furio (28 cars)
- Citroën C1 Touch (22 cars)
In order to find the best sale price, it is crucial that you only compare with the offers of cars with the same equipment variant and engine size. If you don't, you could reach a wrong conclusion on which car to acquire.
You can save an average of £6,579 if you buy the lowest priced equipment variant, called Touch, compared with the costlier Shine.
The Citroën C1 outperforms similar cars in fuel efficiency
A standard mini car in the United Kingdom drives 39 miles per gallon, but the latest generation of the Citroën C1 outshines the average with a MPG of 66 miles.
Number of Citroën C1 for sale on AutoUncle by fuel type:
The bestselling colour is white
The colour white is the most commonly preferred option and right now, you can find 495 cars in that colour.
White is the bestselling colour, but beware that it has some disadvantages. For one, white cars have a tendency to attract dirt, which means that you need to wash them regularly to keep them looking their best.
The recent Citroën C1 is offered in 12 different shades and they are white, red, grey, blue, black, green, orange, brown, beige, silver, purple and gold.
The Citroën C1 exists exclusively in the hatchback body type
Hatchbacks are compact cars that offer a great driving experience, not to mention the flexibility of ample space. They’re fuel efficient and easy to park, which makes them popular with people living in cities.
Top competitors to the French Citroën C1
While being super popular, the French car has some competitors and the following cars in particular are good alternatives to the Citroën C1.
Top competitors to the Citroën C1
- Fiat 500
- Toyota Aygo
- Kia Picanto
The bestselling mini car and top competitor to the Citroën C1 is the Fiat 500. There are 8,746 of this car for sale in the UK right now and the average selling price is £ 7,995.
The Toyota Aygo is the also a popular car within the segment and you will find 5,988 cars for sale, and last but not least, the Kia Picanto, as the fourth most popular car in the segment, also a good alternative to the Citroën C1. There are currently 3,082 of this car for sale in the UK.