Before the newly launched Citroen C3 Aircross goes live on sale to take the rivals such as Hyundai Creta, KIA Seltos, and Maruti Suzuki Breeza, experts at the CROX Times check out its performance, space, and features and tell you all the perks what is good and where the car lacks.
By Crox Times Desk: Standing in the very competitive Compact SUV market is not easy at all. This segment comprises the country’s best-selling cars with a range of INR 10 Lakh to INR 20 Lakh offering multiple powertrains.
For a relatively new brand to make its own presence in this segment is very tough, but Citroen C3 is all ready to take a stab as it is impressive in its styling, multiple and flexible configurations, space, and other major aspects.
The C3 don’t just look very stylish but it has everything that SUV lover desires in the segment. It rides on 17-inch diamond cut alloys and there are four color options with a dual-tone exterior treatment.
If we talk about the size of the car, the C3 Air Cross sits somewhere in the likes of the Hyundai Creta and three-row offerings like the KIA Carens. At 2,671mm, the wheelbase is longer than other mid-SUVs and plays a central role in providing more space for SUVs.
On the driving seat, you will notice a marked improvement as compared to C3.
There is a 10.2-inch touchscreen that looks superb in terms of its interface and user experience.
Citeron C3: Summing up
Space and a flexible 5+2 seating configuration help C3 Aircross apart from most other mid-size SUVs in the segment. Since the price of the car is not revealed by the company. If it would be a better option if it is under INR 15 Lakh, the Citroen C3 Aircross will be able to make it more comfortable and offer features comparable to the price of rivals.