Citroen adds froth to Pluriel
24 July 2006

Citroen has introduced a new special-edition C3 Pluriel, the Latte. But while like a latte the Pluriel comes with plenty of air on top, thanks to the convertible roof, the Latte special edition is not coffee-coloured. Instead, it gets an new ivory paint job, with aluminium-look roof arches.

Inside there is a leather upholstery – dark grey on the lower section of the seats and cream on the top. The Latte also gets plenty of equipment, with air-conditioning, electric folding door mirrors, a CD player, and of course a cupholder for your latte.

The C3 Pluriel Latte comes with a 75hp 1.4i petrol engine and costs £12,745 including the current £1500 cashback offer.

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