Citroen revises C3 Picasso
12 December 2012
Author: Jack Carfrae
Citroen has revised the C3 Picasso, adding new styling, a slightly more powerful diesel engine and extra technology.
The French firm has tweaked its mini-MPV with new 15-inch alloys, a new front bumper and badges and LED daytime running lights on VTR+ and Exclusive models.
The HDi 110 engine has received an additional 5hp and is now known as HDi 115. Despite the slight power hike, it returns the same economy and emissions as before at 58.8mpg and 125g/km.
Additional trim options and the company's new satnav system known as eMyWay, which is said to have more functionality than the previous unit, are now available as options for the interior.
The satnav system can now also be specified with a reversing camera and rear parking sensors, too.
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