New Citroen C1 comes with its own Rewards

2012 C1
Citroen's C1 will be launched with the carmaker's Reward scheme.

CITROEN’S revamped and restyled C1 goes on sale in the UK tomorrow (April 2) with on-the-road prices starting at £7,995 for the base model and reaching £10,545 for the top of the range five-door VTR+, which features the French carmaker’s efficient Electronic Gearbox System, complete with steering wheel-mounted paddles.

The full range of prices are:
1.0i 68 manual 3-door VT           £7,995
1.0i 68 manual 5-door VT           £8,345
1.0i 68 manual 3-door VTR         £8,995
1.0i 68 manual 5-door VTR         £9,345
1.0i 68 manual 3-door VTR+       £9,695
1.0i 68 manual 5-door VTR+      £10,045
1.0i 68 EGS 5-door VTR+           £10,545

And to give the C1 an initial sales boost into a competitive market place, Citroën has announced that all New C1 models will come with a £1,000 Citroën Reward, which effectively means the on-the-road prices begin at £6,995.
On top of this, VTR models can be purchased from £99 per month with Elect 4 Personal Lease, which includes one year’s free insurance for drivers aged 21-75. The free insurance offer is also available on VTR models funded with Elect 3 finance.
Appealing to a wide range of drivers, Citroën’s C1 is stylish, frugal — up to 65.7mpg on the combined cycle — and practical, ideal for nimble urban driving. Yet it is spacious enough for four adults with a plethora of storage compartments. Environmentally considerate, the new C1 boasts CO2 emissions from just 99g/km, making it exempt from the London congestion charge and first year VED.
As well as being the first Citroën petrol model to emit less than 100g/km of CO2, the C1 is well specified, even from the entry-level VT trim. VTR versions add day-time running LEDs, air conditioning and electric front windows. The VTR+ trim also includes 14-inch alloy wheels, Connecting Box (Bluetooth and USB socket), front fog lights, leather steering wheel and dark tinted windows.