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Pre Reg Citroen C1 1.0 VTi Touch 72hp 3 Door (with delivery miles) @ £7,323 @ Pentagon Motor Group
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Pre Reg Citroen C1 1.0 VTi Touch 72hp 3 Door (with delivery miles) @ £7,323 @ Pentagon Motor Group

£7,323£10,27029%Pentagon Motor Group Deals
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Posted 27th Sep

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Been keeping an eye out for another c1 deal & found this via the Pentagon motor group. The cars are Pre registered with delivery miles Citroen C1 1.0 VTi Touch 72hp 3 Door @ £7323.

It's a 1 litre petrol engine with a 5-speed Manual transmission & is capable of returning fuel efficiency of 57.3mpg and CO2 figures of 85g/km.
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Brilliant little city car basically the same car as Toyota Aygo & Peugeot 108 (although spec's can diiffer)

Spec includes

• 14 inch ‘Star’ wheel covers

• Black door mirrors

• Rear spoiler

• Grey ‘Mica’ cloth

• MP3 audio system with 2 speakers and USB socket

• Driver’s, front passenger’s, front lateral and curtain airbags

• ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and

Emergency Braking Assistance (EBA)

• Electronic Stability Control (ESC)

• Two rear ISOFIX mounting points

• LED daytime running lights

• Hill Start Assist

• Remote central locking with deadlocks

• Puncture repair kit

• Variable assistance power steering

• Height adjustable steering wheel

• Front electric windows
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smellybum7827/09/2019 20:55

Wasn't this the price when first arrived - £7000?


72hp, I don’t think arrived yet.
£7k for a new car with a toyota engine sounds ideal to me. Keep it for 4 years and thats under £2k a year it will cost and you will be able to sell it for about £3k depending on condition/miles etc. in fact that works out at around £1000 per year which is better than most comparable lease deals
ryan_reynolds28/09/2019 08:54

Why would anyone waste money on this. Buy a BMW audi or Mercedes



I’ll stick to my Bugatti thanks!
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Wasn't this the price when first arrived - £7000?
smellybum7827/09/2019 20:55

Wasn't this the price when first arrived - £7000?


72hp, I don’t think arrived yet.
A little too poverty spec.
Need to go with the "Feel" or with the 108 badge the "active"

Very reliable motor mind.
£7k for a new car with a toyota engine sounds ideal to me. Keep it for 4 years and thats under £2k a year it will cost and you will be able to sell it for about £3k depending on condition/miles etc. in fact that works out at around £1000 per year which is better than most comparable lease deals
Why would anyone waste money on this. Buy a BMW audi or Mercedes
ryan_reynolds28/09/2019 08:54

Why would anyone waste money on this. Buy a BMW audi or Mercedes



I’ll stick to my Bugatti thanks!
I suppose if you intend to keep long term this is very good value. Low running costs and even 10 year old ones seem to hold their value very well. Only thing is the cheap road tax is gone now, so you have to factor in you are paying £100 a year more in road tax with this than buying a second hand one that fell into the previous low tax bracket. For that reason would probably go for a second hand low milege one.
The designer couldn't decide which set of headlights to put on the car so they just stuck both choices on there.
MisterNippy28/09/2019 11:49

I suppose if you intend to keep long term this is very good value. Low …I suppose if you intend to keep long term this is very good value. Low running costs and even 10 year old ones seem to hold their value very well. Only thing is the cheap road tax is gone now, so you have to factor in you are paying £100 a year more in road tax with this than buying a second hand one that fell into the previous low tax bracket. For that reason would probably go for a second hand low milege one.


Why has the cheap road tax gone. Thought it £0.00 for this car
milko28/09/2019 19:11

Why has the cheap road tax gone. Thought it £0.00 for this car


The road tax was reworked 2 years ago, so cars produced since then fall into that.
ryan_reynolds28/09/2019 08:54

Why would anyone waste money on this. Buy a BMW audi or Mercedes



And waste your pension fund instead
72hp? Ouch
duncanb197328/09/2019 05:10

£7k for a new car with a toyota engine sounds ideal to me. Keep it for 4 …£7k for a new car with a toyota engine sounds ideal to me. Keep it for 4 years and thats under £2k a year it will cost and you will be able to sell it for about £3k depending on condition/miles etc. in fact that works out at around £1000 per year which is better than most comparable lease deals


Its a wheelbarrow though
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