Citroën is entering the seventh month of sales of the C3 in India and has already announced a third price increase. This will be effective from 1st April and will affect the C3 as well as the C5 Aircross due to new standards.
In fact, yesterday we presented a prototype of the C3, one of the probable explanations for which was the configuration of the engine with a view to the application of the new anti-pollution standards known as Stage 2 BS6. In view of these new standards, Citroën had to prepare the two engines offered on its versatile saloon in India, but also on the version of the C5 Aircross marketed in India.
The C3 range also sees a further price increase of 18,000 rupees or 200€, mainly on the Live and Feel versions, as the Feel Turbo version, the most powerful on offer in India, is not affected by this increase and therefore remains unchanged.
The new prices for the C3 now range from 616,000 rupees (€7,000) for the C3 82ch Live to 825,000 rupees (€9,350) for the Feel Turbo 110 version, up to 708,000 rupees (€8,000) for the C3 Feel 82. Note that the prices of the C5 Aircross should also increase, but the brand has not officially announced the new prices.