Since its launch on the Brazilian market last year, the Citroën C3 has been one of the most accessible cars on the market, convincing more than 30,000 buyers. To go even further, Citroën has just launched a new version that makes the C3 the most accessible automatic car in Brazil.
This new offer is based on a new Live Pack version equipped with a 1.6-litre petrol engine developing up to 120 bhp and mated to a six-speed automatic transmission with sequential gearshift and Eco mode. Well-known on the market, this automatic transmission combines robustness, efficiency and performance with low running costs, reinforcing the 360° accessibility present in all Citroën models. It proves this with a purchase price of 93,990 reals or 17,780 euros, making it the cheapest automatic car in Brazil.
However, if it is the cheapest, this C3 Live Pack 1.6 automatic shares the elements of its manual sister, including the fast and intuitive Citroën Connect 10" touchscreen with Android Auto and wireless Apple Carplay, electric steering, air conditioning, electric front windows and central locking (with remote control) as well as ESP and hill start assist. It also adds 15-inch alloy wheels, an alarm and front seats with adjustable head restraints.
This new C3 completes the range and will be positioned between the C3 Feel 1.0 and the C3 Feel Pack 1.6 Automatic, making it a unique alternative for those looking for a comfortable, accessible model with great versatility. This should also make the C3 even more competitive in a highly competitive market segment, enabling it to make further progress in terms of sales.