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Citroen C1 1.0 VTi 72 Feel 3dr del miles 19 plate - £7,440 @ Evans Halshaw
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Citroen C1 1.0 VTi 72 Feel 3dr del miles 19 plate - £7,440 @ Evans Halshaw

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Posted 28th Jun

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Still looking for a small city car for daughter & came across this small citroen which is the same car as the Toyota Aygo or Peugeot 108 & all built in the same factory.

Nice price for the spec @ on the road cash price of £7440


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This is the higher spec "feel" with air con, elec windows, 7 inch touchscreen at the centre of the dashboard, DAB digital radio/MP3 audio system with 4 speakers, Bluetooth® handsfree, USB socket and steering mounted controls.

NOTE the 5 door version also available for extra £550

7" touch sceen
  • Air con
  • Apple car play/Android Auto
  • Bluetooth Telephone preparation
  • Mirror link
  • DAB Digital radio
  • USB socket
  • Electric front windows
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Rear spoiler
  • Wheels
  • 15" steel wheels

The C1 Feel is the mid-range model of the C1 range and builds on the impressive standard specification of the entry level Touch model. With the C1 Feel, comfort and style take a step up with the addition of air conditioning, a height adjustable drivers’ seat and body coloured door handles and mirrors. The ‘Feel’ model is packed full of technology making every journey hassle free and safe, thanks to the 7 inch touchscreen at the centre of the dashboard, DAB digital radio/MP3 audio system with 4 speakers, Bluetooth® handsfree, USB socket and steering mounted controls.

The Feel model is in Insurance group is 6E.00
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Relieved to see 'Wheels' as one of the features. Had been wondering if they left them off for this price.
Depending on your daughters age you're brave buying her a new car. My sister in law got a new car after passing her test, after three years it had more scrapes than a razor blade at a rock concert.
Don't be put off by the Citroen badge - the engineering is Toyota's!
I had a Citroen C1 with this spec on a £99 per month lease deal with Gateway2lease. Was a great little runaround with cheap insurance and running costs. Would recommend, voted hot
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I had a Citroen C1 with this spec on a £99 per month lease deal with Gateway2lease. Was a great little runaround with cheap insurance and running costs. Would recommend, voted hot
Don't be put off by the Citroen badge - the engineering is Toyota's!
Depending on your daughters age you're brave buying her a new car. My sister in law got a new car after passing her test, after three years it had more scrapes than a razor blade at a rock concert.
TipsyNurse28/06/2019 21:10

Depending on your daughters age you're brave buying her a new car. My …Depending on your daughters age you're brave buying her a new car. My sister in law got a new car after passing her test, after three years it had more scrapes than a razor blade at a rock concert.


Just looking... More than likely will be much older version of c1 for her.

Good UK hot deals research tho
bigbendotcom128/06/2019 20:31

I had a Citroen C1 with this spec on a £99 per month lease deal with …I had a Citroen C1 with this spec on a £99 per month lease deal with Gateway2lease. Was a great little runaround with cheap insurance and running costs. Would recommend, voted hot




Me too! Loved it.
Excellent price
Relieved to see 'Wheels' as one of the features. Had been wondering if they left them off for this price.
The mrs got one of these in a lease so we could see if we would use a second car much and Id totally recommend one if your just staying in town but advise against it if you ever travel more than a few miles or plan on going on a motorway etc. The mrs has to travel 100 miles to see family and I didn’t trust such a small tinny car with her n the kids on a long journey so she took my car and then I went down the next day in it and travelling 100 miles was torture in it. Hers was £80 a month lease just to compare what lease v purchase costs.
Edited by: "toonsquirel" 28th Jun
To even suggest one of these could ever cost £12.4k is a joke. Built to a price and it shows, but at this price for a new car you can't really argue
The pic above is of the climate control from the top spec cars. The "Feel" has standard air con controls.

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toonsquirel28/06/2019 21:48

The mrs got one of these in a lease so we could see if we would use a …The mrs got one of these in a lease so we could see if we would use a second car much and Id totally recommend one if your just staying in town but advise against it if you ever travel more than a few miles or plan on going on a motorway etc. The mrs has to travel 100 miles to see family and I didn’t trust such a small tinny car with her n the kids on a long journey so she took my car and then I went down the next day in it and travelling 100 miles was torture in it. Hers was £80 a month lease just to compare what lease v purchase costs.


Which lease company did you use???
futura28/06/2019 21:56

To even suggest one of these could ever cost £12.4k is a joke. Built to a …To even suggest one of these could ever cost £12.4k is a joke. Built to a price and it shows, but at this price for a new car you can't really argue


To be fair the new Aygo (can’t say about C1/107 as I’ve not sat in one) are better built than the old models but you’re right in terms of price. These should be in the £9k ball park price
Besford28/06/2019 20:49

Don't be put off by the Citroen badge - the engineering is Toyota's!


Is that strictly true?
We have a 2014 Hyundai i10 which drives incredibly and is really well built. Worth looking at a second hand one of those too perhaps.
These C1/Aygo/107/Citigo/Mii/UP! etc were worth putting up with when the car tax was free, now it's £145, the same as 'proper' cars, dealers have to discount to shift 'em. Worth noting that Seat Mii will be electric only soon, that will be tax free, but a lot more than £7k to buy though.
m5rcc29/06/2019 07:23

Is that strictly true?


Yes, most of the work was done by Toyota, especially manufacturing wise. Which is what they excel at.

Got deal, but watch out for the shysters at Evans halshaw adding extras like tyre insurance, they're just a scam to increase profit
arrishort55529/06/2019 09:33

Yes, most of the work was done by Toyota, especially manufacturing wise.


Most of the work? Really? According to whom?

arrishort55529/06/2019 09:33

Which is what they excel at.


And Citroën and Peugeot don't excel in motor manufacturing? It's a joint venture.
This seems to be on a credit agreement, actual price pay is £8,698.81
spatter29/06/2019 07:33

We have a 2014 Hyundai i10 which drives incredibly and is really well …We have a 2014 Hyundai i10 which drives incredibly and is really well built. Worth looking at a second hand one of those too perhaps.


The i10 also has 3 seats in the back
m5rcc29/06/2019 09:41

Most of the work? Really? According to whom?And Citroën and Peugeot don't …Most of the work? Really? According to whom?And Citroën and Peugeot don't excel in motor manufacturing? It's a joint venture.


Correct. A new company jointly owned by the 3 car companies. Built in Hungary if I remember correctly. This is not just a Toyota with a different badge.
phatbhoy29/06/2019 10:08

Correct. A new company jointly owned by the 3 car companies. Built in …Correct. A new company jointly owned by the 3 car companies. Built in Hungary if I remember correctly.


Close! Czech Republic.

phatbhoy29/06/2019 10:08

This is not just a Toyota with a different badge.


I concur.
stphnstevey29/06/2019 09:58

This seems to be on a credit agreement, actual price pay is £8,698.81


Naturally some users on here would suggest to take out the finance in order to qualify for the substantial dealer discount, but then cancel it within a couple of weeks and pay in full just to get the discount.

I personally think it is completely unethical and dishonest given it is abusing consumer credit laws that are there to protect the customer if something goes wrong, not to abuse and profit from it.
Go for the Flair, more bang for your buck
The i10 is a great car also but voted hot for this one.
If buying second hand look for 17 plate or older to avoid the big car tax increase
m5rcc29/06/2019 07:23

Is that strictly true?


Largely (actually some of it is Daihatsu, controlled by Toyota). Possibly the Toyota content has been diluted over the previous generation(?) but they are still built down the same line with the same components and I really don't think Toyota would allow some of PSA's poor quality/reliability onto their forecourts with their 5 year g'ttee. I'd still go for a Mii/Citigo/UP! though, even if it cost a bit more: I'm not totally convinced about the 'German Engineering' thing but they are much more grown up cars.

Would be interesting to hear if anyone knows differently.
Besford29/06/2019 11:45

Largely (actually some of it is Daihatsu, controlled by Toyota). Possibly …Largely (actually some of it is Daihatsu, controlled by Toyota). Possibly the Toyota content has been diluted over the previous generation(?) but they are still built down the same line with the same components and I really don't think Toyota would allow some of PSA's poor quality/reliability onto their forecourts with their 5 year g'ttee.


Sure the 1.0 is a fifteen year old Daihatsu engine that has been revamped for EU6 NEDC regulations that still makes a racket and the interior of an Aygo feels cheap. So not too sure how much Toyota influence is there other than the design.


Besford29/06/2019 11:45

I'd still go for a Mii/Citigo/UP! though, even if it cost a bit more: I'm …I'd still go for a Mii/Citigo/UP! though, even if it cost a bit more: I'm not totally convinced about the 'German Engineering' thing but they are much more grown up cars.


I'd even avoid those as they are not much better. I'd opt for an i10/Picanto.
m5rcc29/06/2019 10:14

Naturally some users on here would suggest to take out the finance in …Naturally some users on here would suggest to take out the finance in order to qualify for the substantial dealer discount, but then cancel it within a couple of weeks and pay in full just to get the discount.I personally think it is completely unethical and dishonest given it is abusing consumer credit laws that are there to protect the customer if something goes wrong, not to abuse and profit from it.



Not sure if trolling here... But I'll bite anyway.

The same consumer credit laws allow for someone to withdraw from the finance with minimal interest accrued if they decide to pay in full.

As its all in the rules I don't follow how its unethical and dishonest.
Dranny198029/06/2019 13:45

Not sure if trolling here... But I'll bite anyway.The same consumer credit …Not sure if trolling here... But I'll bite anyway.The same consumer credit laws allow for someone to withdraw from the finance with minimal interest accrued if they decide to pay in full.As its all in the rules I don't follow how its unethical and dishonest.


But that's not the purpose of it, is it? The dealer gives the "contribution" to effectively keep customers into a two/three/four year replacement cycle that ultimately make the manufacturer more money.

So the rules are being abused by some people to benefit themselves.

However, you can counter by suggesting that if there is money available somewhere to fund a discount when a car is bought on finance, then that same money should be available for a discount as a cash buyer. In this, and most instances, it isn't.
m5rcc29/06/2019 10:14

Naturally some users on here would suggest to take out the finance in …Naturally some users on here would suggest to take out the finance in order to qualify for the substantial dealer discount, but then cancel it within a couple of weeks and pay in full just to get the discount.I personally think it is completely unethical and dishonest given it is abusing consumer credit laws that are there to protect the customer if something goes wrong, not to abuse and profit from it.


That's your perogative... But I'd suggest it's not unethical "sticking to the rules" of anything. That's the point of rules, right?
Edited by: "crabby09" 29th Jun
crabby0929/06/2019 13:54

That's your perogative... But I'd suggest it's not unethical "sticking to …That's your perogative... But I'd suggest it's not unethical "sticking to the rules" of anything.


Prerogative, you mean?

What you mean is because it's neither illegal or unlawful, it's OK.

Please tell me which rule says I can take out finance to benefit from a dealer discount with the sole intention of cancelling it by paying it off in full and keeping the discount?
Edited by: "m5rcc" 29th Jun
m5rcc29/06/2019 13:56

What you mean is because it's neither illegal or unlawful, it's OK. Please …What you mean is because it's neither illegal or unlawful, it's OK. Please tell me which rule says I can take out finance to benefit from a dealer discount with the sole intention of cancelling it by paying it off in full and keeping the discount.


Yup... Pretty sure that's exactly what I am saying.

In regards to your second statement - you're not serious, right?
crabby0929/06/2019 14:00

In regards to your second statement - you're not serious, right?


You said it was a rule. I'd like to know from you which rule actually states that.
m5rcc29/06/2019 14:02

You said it was a rule. I'd like to know from you which rule actually …You said it was a rule. I'd like to know from you which rule actually states that.


No... I suggested if you stick to the rules that are laid out you are entitled to make decisions that benefit you most - if you feel that's wrong then fine... But you're spiting yourself. No need to get upset with me because of it.
crabby0929/06/2019 14:06

No... I suggested if you stick to the rules that are laid out you are …No... I suggested if you stick to the rules that are laid out you are entitled to make decisions that benefit you most


Not when the rules are made for the purpose of consumer protection.

crabby0929/06/2019 14:06

But you're spiting yourself. No need to get upset with me because of it.


Who's getting upset? You're the one who replied to me and don't like my point of view!
Had one of these as courtesy car once, horrible little thing.

Cramped, uncomfortable and tinny, reminded me of an Austin Metro.
Edited by: "spoo" 29th Jun
m5rcc29/06/2019 14:09

Not when the rules are made for the purpose of consumer protection.Who's …Not when the rules are made for the purpose of consumer protection.Who's getting upset? You're the one who replied to me and don't like my point of view!


Guess we both go our separate ways... Me with an inflated pocket and you with an inflated sense of pride. Ciao.
crabby0929/06/2019 14:17

Guess we both go our separate ways... Me with an inflated pocket and you …Guess we both go our separate ways... Me with an inflated pocket and you with an inflated sense of pride. Ciao.


I don't buy new cars, so doesn't affect me either way...
m5rcc29/06/2019 14:09

Not when the rules are made for the purpose of consumer protection.Who's …Not when the rules are made for the purpose of consumer protection.Who's getting upset? You're the one who replied to me and don't like my point of view!


Do you mean protecting you from dealers who force you to take out finance out to get the price?

The dealer still gets the "finance introduction" payment from PSA finance anyway.

If the dealer is funny with you and doesn't want the sale there are always plenty of other dealer that will take your money.
GAVINLEWISHUKD29/06/2019 14:33

Do you mean protecting you from dealers who force you to take out finance …Do you mean protecting you from dealers who force you to take out finance out to get the price?


It's only forced if you allow them to force you. I guess some punters are more easily lead than others.

GAVINLEWISHUKD29/06/2019 14:33

The dealer still gets the "finance introduction" payment from PSA finance …The dealer still gets the "finance introduction" payment from PSA finance anyway.


Of course.

GAVINLEWISHUKD29/06/2019 14:33

If the dealer is funny with you and doesn't want the sale there are always …If the dealer is funny with you and doesn't want the sale there are always plenty of other dealer that will take your money.


Naturally.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 29th Jun
GAVINLEWISHUKD29/06/2019 14:33

Do you mean protecting you from dealers who force you to take out finance …Do you mean protecting you from dealers who force you to take out finance out to get the price? The dealer still gets the "finance introduction" payment from PSA finance anyway. If the dealer is funny with you and doesn't want the sale there are always plenty of other dealer that will take your money.


The finance commission is taken back if the finance is cleared quickly.
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