With the new generation of the C3, Citroën is making a big splash by offering a particularly affordable electric car with no compromises in terms of autonomy, recharging, equipment, style and comfort. If the new ë-C3 is one of the cheapest electric cars on the market in France, it is also one of the most accessible in its segment in the Netherlands.
Starting at €23,300 in France, the new Citroën C3 will be sold in the Netherlands at the same prices as in six other countries on the European market, in line with the brand's new strategy, which represents a major change on this market. to the extent that electric cars in the same segment are sold at very high prices. And to go one step further, Citroën is offering this C3 as a rental, making it the most accessible car in its segment.
Indeed, the new ë-C3 is offered in its You version from €359/month, from which a subsidy must be deducted, bringing it down to €298/month, which is very far from what the brand manages to offer in France with a new electric C3 below the €100/month mark. However, compared to its electric competitors in the same segment, the difference is very much in favour of Citroën's new versatile saloon. For example, the Peugeot e-208 is offered from 509 €/month, while the Opel Corsa is just below at 495 €/month, almost 150 €/month more expensive than the new C3 which, despite its superior finish, is more accessible than the lower-priced versions of its cousins. In fact, the new ë-C3 in Max trim is sold in the Netherlands from €429/month, although the Peugeot 208 and Opel Corsa are well above this price.
The all-new Citroën C3 heralds a new era in electric mobility, making it much more affordable without compromising on customer expectations. With a range of 320 km and fast recharging, the electric C3 meets the needs of customers in this segment, but also offers unparalleled style and comfort thanks to its Advanced Comfort suspension and seats. However, thanks to the brand's efforts, the new C3 will be the most accessible car in its segment in the Netherlands, with a considerable lead over its direct competitors, which should undoubtedly allow it to increase its sales.