From £144.58 Per Month
The Citroen C1 is a city car with a big personality. Quirky, nimble and even a little bit cheeky, the Citroen C1 is perfect for whizzing around the city and petite enough to snuggle into the tightest parking spaces. Car leasing deals on the Citroen C1 are ideal for new drivers or 21st-century urbanites who want a stylish and economical run-around.
Citroen C1 hatchback comes with two trim packages. Feel trims include a 7-inch touchscreen with smartphone compatibility and black centre wheel caps are standard, with active city brake technology as an optional extra. Flair customers get the benefit of a reversing camera, front and lateral airbags for total protection, and dark tinted rear windows with chrome trims. The special edition Airscape hatchback comes with the same trim packages.
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Leasing a Citroen C1
The Citroen C1 hatchback hit British roads in 2005 as a rival to the Toyota Aygo and Peugeot 108. It became a popular choice for first-time drivers looking for an easy to handle car with low running costs. The C1 got its first facelift in 2009, followed by another makeover in 2012, which included a new bumper and improved fuel economy. 2014 saw the release of a sleeker-looking Citroen C1 with a host of added safety features. The C1 range also includes the Airscape Flair, which comes with a retractable canvas sunroof.
You'll have two choices of engines with a C1 car lease. This ideal urban ride is powered by either the 1.0-litre engine for the VTi 72 JCC or the slightly larger 1.2-litre PureTech. Each 3-cylinder petrol engine includes stop/start technology to deliver economy of up to 59 mpg and minimise CO2 emissions without impacting driving performance.
Every brand new Citroen C1 is equipped with a range of driver assistance system and entertainment features. Active city brake uses camera and radar technology to apply the brakes if you get too close to another vehicle. A lane departure warning system and reversing camera also reduce the likelihood of bumps and collisions. The 7-inch touchscreen connects to Apple and Android devices via the mirror screen function. It also lets you take calls, send or receive texts, and switch between playlists without taking your focus off the road.
Citroen recommends servicing a C1 every 12months or 12,000 miles, so keep an eye on your annual mileage. All vehicles in our Citroen C1 lease deals are covered by a three-year manufacturer's warranty. It takes care of any repairs and provides a replacement vehicle.
The C1 is a great city car, but it's not your only option. Check out lease deals on the Volkswagen UP. Practical and cheap to run, it's the perfect starter car for city dwellers. Alternatively, we've got some great offers on the Peugeot 108. With an engine that's very similar to Citroen's VTi 72 origins, it handles just like a C1.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The monthly price of your Citroen C1 lease deal - for the C1 Flair 5dr, for example - depends on lease length, the initial payment size, engine specs, and any excess mileage. Usage will also affect the overall costs. For example, a personal lease will be inc VAT for the monthly payments and business customers with a company number and are VAT registered can claim back their VAT. Road tax is included.
Buying a new car feels great - such as the C1 Touch 3dr, for example - but it's also expensive, and every new vehicle begins to lose value straight away. After three years, most new cars have depreciated by 40%. Lease car customers only pay off the cost of depreciation. Plus, they always have the option of a hassle-free trade-in when they fancy upgrading to the latest model.