10.11.2011 Citroen announces 87 gCO2/km C3
Citroen has announced the introduction of its most CO2 efficient conventionally powered model to date – the new C3 e-HDi 70 Airdream EGS VTR+.
With emissions of just 87 g/km and combined cycle economy of 83.1 mpg, this new version of the C3 supermini is now Citroen's most fuel and CO2 efficient diesel powered car, ranking it amongst the very best in its class.
First displayed at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show in September, the highly specified e-HDi 70 Airdream EGS VTR+ is available to order from this month with an on the road price of £15,290, complete with the C3's renowned panoramic Zenith windscreen.
The new model uses Citroen's innovative e-HDi micro-hybrid start-stop technology, combined with a refined and efficient 68 hp HDi diesel engine, to deliver fuel economy of up to 88.3 mpg in extra urban driving.
Jules Tilstone, Citroen UK's Marketing Director, said, "Citroen is committed to driving down the cost of motoring and this new model is a perfect example of that. With impressive fuel economy, low CO2 emissions, a BIK rate at just 13%, free car tax and the benefit of no London Congestion Charge, this stylish model is a financially and environmentally attractive addition to the Citroen range."
Jules continued, "Underlining the brand's firm environmental commitment, a full 50% of Citroen cars sold this year emit under 130g/km of CO2 and there has been a five-gram decrease in average CO2 emissions for the European range as a whole."
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