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This is an old car model that is no longer for sale by the local distributor since Dec 2019.
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1.2 PureTech EAT6 FEEL (A)
$96,999 (Nov 2019) spacer
17.9km/L 110 bhp 6-speed (A)
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1.2 PureTech EAT6 SHINE (A)
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17.9km/L 110 bhp 6-speed (A)
Specs | Features 
Citroen C3 Aircross
4 stars - based on 10 reviews
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Citroen C3 Aircross 1.2 PureTech EAT6 SHINE (A) Review
If you want a crossover that goes against the design grain, yet is as usable and practical as they come, the Citroen C3 Aircross is a worthy consideration.
What We Dislike
Build quality isn't great
Lacks refinement
Not particularly fun to drive
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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4.0
 
10 Consumer Reviews

 
Value for money yet surprisingly chuckable compact SUV at a very affordable pric... `
Owned it for close a year now and have no regrets buying, simply because of: 1) the very attractive pricing offered by C&C that comes with a raft of added-on benefits such as cam, leather upholstery, extended warranty, petrol vouchers and, most importantly, an unheard of overtrade margin; 2) mostly rave reviews already making rounds in European car forums, websites, media outlets, including one Jeremy Clarkson who tends to rubbish a lot of typical compact SUV variants (go read that article) in his Times' column; 3) the test-drive that pleasantly surprised me, since I was going in with nary an idea what to expect from a French car; 4) acres of space inside the cabin as opposed to its "Badgier" Rivals from Germany; 5) high-seating position that really makes a difference to spatial comfort and confidence on the road
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Fun and dependable `
I liked the car for several reasons when I bought it: the style, a good dependable brand I knew well from living before in Europe, a SUV feeling without heavy gas mileage adn the compact dimensions ideally for Singapore living. Having owned now for few months, I can testify that I definitely got a great deal and made a good choice. It's ideally for carrying children (I have two) around, enough boot space for a couple of suitcases and more than enought for everyday need. Mileage is good and I found a car that is never boring: i always have a little smile on my face when I pick it up, it does have style.
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Sleeper SUV `
Bought and got my aircoss on 23/08, love it every drive. Fuel consumption is ok like 460ish pump once pretty fun and cute car to own and drive
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A cute mini crossover for city driving `
Tested this car a while back. 1st impression: The engine is smoother than what I have expected. Although it has 110 horsepower with a century sprint timing of 11.8s on paper, it feel faster than that when I am driving it, probably due to the relatively high amount of torque available (250Nm to be exact). The only let down is the 6 speed auto gearbox, which seems a little undecided when downshifting, thus generating a slight vibration when slowing down at junction. Steering feel is average, with some level of feel back felt, but slightly too light for highway driving and enjoyment. Noise insulation is above average, from compact crossover perspective. Although all the part are well put together, the choice of material could be better. Overall, the plastics used on the door panel, dash board, and even roof lining, etc felt hollow, and cheapen the car. It lack the "Conti feel" So to speak. Space wise, the head room is respectable at both the front and 2nd row, but leg room is lacking in the rear. Given the 2,604mm wheelbase advertised, I am expecting more, honestly. Overall, it is still a fun car to be in, if you need much space, and can get past the choice of plastics in the cabin.
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$0 down payment, 100% ownership freedom.
  • Flexible 3 to 36 months
  • Fixed monthly fee
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