Citroën C1 cars for sale

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Search 1,383 Citroën C1 for sale

Search new and used Citroën C1 cars for sale on Parkers. You can browse thousands of cars for sale in the UK in our easy-to-navigate classified adverts. Then, using our search tools, narrow your search to find the perfect Citroën near you for a price that’s within your budget.


1,365 used Citroën C1 cars for sale

Buying used brings almost unlimited choices if you're looking to buy one of many Citroën C1 cars for sale. You can click the links below to search through a wide range of cars for sale across the UK. As well as that, you can use our search tools to tailor your results based on price, location, engine and trim – depending on your own personal preferences. With Parkers, you'll be able to find the right used car at the right price for you.


18 new Citroën C1 cars for sale

Do you have your heart set on a new car? Here, you can choose from a good supply of new Citroën C1 cars for sale by clicking the Cars for Sale classified links below. In addition to that, you can also use our search tools narrow your choice of models, engines and trims even further to find the perfect car for you near to where you live.

Nearly New

78 nearly new Citroën C1 cars for sale

Want all the benefits of a new car but at a significant cost saving in cash terms? Buying a nearly-new car generally brings you the remainder of the manufacturer's warranty, full main dealer support, and a used car with low miles on it. To search for nearly new Citroën C1 cars for sale on Parkers, click on the links below. You will find the best cars for sale near you, and by using our search tools, you can narrow your choice, and find the perfect Citroën C1 at the right price.


Citroën C1 PARKERS review

Cheap to buy and run and easy to drive

If owning the vehicle isn’t too important to you, you might want to consider leasing as an alternative to purchasing a car outright. You can search over 96 Citroën C1 lease deals available from just £0 per month at Parkers with national delivery available.
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Frequently asked questions about the Citroën C1

  • What is the Citroen C1?
  • Launched in 2014 in its second-generation guise, the Citroen C1 is a three- and five-door city car developed as a joint-venutre that also sired the Peugeot 108 and Toyota Aygo as part of what was known internally as the B-Zero project. Not only does the C1 have to go toe-to-toe with the other tiny hatchbacks it was devised in conjunction with, but also the likes of the Fiat 500, and the other trio of jointly-developed city cars: SEAT's Mii, Skoda's Citigo and Volkswagen's Up.
  • Which versions of the Citroen C1 are available?
  • Somewhat unusually these days, the C1 is still available in three-door form, although only at the cheaper end of the range. Most versions are more practical five-door cars, although interior space is identical whichever you choose. In a nod to its iconic 2CV model, Citroen offers the five-door C1 with a full-length fabric sunroof option called Airscape. It's not a full convertible as the roof frame remains in place and it only retracts back as far as the top of the tailgate at the back, but it's a refreshing feature all the same.

    It's also surprisingly quiet when closed. Engine choice is more restricted than when the Mk2 C1 was launched - now your only option is a three-cylinder 1.0-litre Toyota petrol producing 72hp. You'll have to got for an older model if you crave the 68hp 1.0-litre or the slightly punchier 82hp 1.2-litre alternatives. Standard transmission is a five-speed manual, although there's a version Citroen calls ETG available with robotised clutch. You drive it the same way you would an automatic, but it's much jerkier than a proper auto 'box. Best avoided unless you can't drive manuals. Trim levels generally match what you'll find elsewhere in Citroen's line-up plus a gaggle of special editions over the years.
  • Is the Citroen C1 good to drive?
  • Those of you with long memories may have fond recollections of the Citroen AX GT and Saxo VTS - sportier derivatives of the French brand's efficient and worthy small car ranges. Unfortunately, there's no zippier-guise C1 to satisfy such cravings these days. Here, it's all about stretching-out the cost of motoring. All, however, is not lost. Although the C1's not blessed with the best handling in the city car genre, it's hard to make a car of this size inherently bad to drive. A short wheelbase and overall lightness promote decent dynamics, limited usually by the skinniness of the tyres and relative lack of oomph from the engine. Still, you'll have a smile on your face maintaining momentum on a B-road, assuming you take it out of the city from time-to-time.
  • Should I buy a Citroen C1?
  • Although you can buy a brand new C1 for under £11,000, most customers are attracted by the very tempting finance offers - in fact the Citroen is a regular fixture in our Best Cars for £90/month feature. Being small and efficient, running one isn't going to cost very much, in spite of the lack of a diesel engine in the second-generation C1, while its relatively simple nature means it's very cheap to insure - no wonder it's so popular as a first car.

Citroen C1 owners' reviews

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Citroen C1 specifications

With so many versions of the C1 available over the years its worth looking over the specs data to see which one would suit you best.