Ah, the Citroen that your Citroen dealer lends you while your DS5 is in for crash repair? A discourtesy car.
Stop it. The new pocket-size C1 doesn't quite feel quite so bargain-bucket as the last one did did.
Just as well, the tiny-car world has moved on.
Sure has. When the original C1 came out nine years ago (with its near-clones the Toyota Aygo and Peugeot 107) the opposition was a bit feeble. Only the last-generation Panda, and some rather ropey Korean fluff. You couldn't buy a Twingo in Britain then, and VW was letting itself down badly with the Fox.