Citroën is claiming class-leading space, modular design and innovative technology solutions for its new compact SUV which officially goes on sale on 1 November.
The C3 Aircross marks the beginning of Citroën’s SUV offensive in Europe and enters the increasingly popular B-SUV segment.
The new car is highly customisable, offering a total of 85 personalisation combinations across three trim levels: Touch, Feel and Flair, while power comes from a range of PureTech petrol and BlueHDi diesel engines mated to either a manual transmission or the latest generation EAT6 fully automatic gearbox.
Designed for ease of use, Citroën’s new SUV features the latest Grip Control technology with Hill Descent Assist and delivers continuous connectivity with the range debut of Wireless Smartphone Charging.
In total, the C3 Aircross presents 12 different technologies including voice controlled 3D navigation, keyless entry and start, a reversing camera, lane departure warning and blind-spot monitoring.
Citroën says it offers best-in-class space for maximum passenger comfort, as well as a modular boot space with a volume of 410 litres which can be further extended up to 520 litres with the sliding rear bench option available on the Flair trim level.
The new Citroën C3 Aircross is available to order in the UK now, with pricing starting from £13,995 on the road for the Touch PureTech 82 manual, rising to £19,720 for the BlueHDi 120 S&S manual.