The Citroën C3 Black and C3 White are based on the 1.4i VT model and will go on sale in January
19 December 2011

Citroën has introduced two new special editions to the Citroën C3 range, which will be known as the C3 Black and C3 White.

As their names suggest, both variants will be distinguishable by a colour scheme of either ‘Obsidian’ black body or ‘Polar’ white. They are mechanically the same as the 72bhp 1.4i VT version of the hatchback, which the two new cars will replace in the range.

See a picture of the Citroën C3 White and C3 Black

Both models are £300 less than the outgoing variant, but will feature more kit as standard, including aircon, 16in alloys, front fog lights, a white dashboard and door mirrors and chrome inserts on the lower front bumper.

The Citroën C3 Black and C3 White are only available with manual transmission, with fuel economy figures at 47.1mpg and Co2 emissions of 139g/km.

The C3 Black and White will go on sale at the start of January. The C3 White costs £11,990, with the C3 Black priced at £12,430.

Tom Heron

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