20 November 2003

Citroën’s new C2 is now available with a whole range of styling accessories. Catering to the aftermarket-crazed youth crowd, the Saxo replacement can now be personalized to individual buyers’ tastes.

The full ‘Bodystyling Kit’ includes front, side and rear skirts, door mouldings, and tailgate spoiler, which can also be ordered separately. New alloys, clear side indicators and fog lamp kit round out the exterior enhancements.

You can also funk up the cabin with aluminium-look trim, translucent gearknob, and a sunroof. New options now include 5-slot CD changer, widescreen sat-nav, Bluetooth enabling kit, and rear parking sensors.

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