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Take the plunge.

CITROEN is inviting buyers to splash out on a new version of its C1 city car, which offers a boat-load of extra equipment for less than its normal price.

The new Splash special edition is based on the entry-level 1.0i VT model, which normally makes do with only the bare essentials.

In order to have air conditioning, central locking, side airbags and electric front windows buyers usually have to choose the more expensive VTR model, which has them all as standard, plus split-folding rear seats and ISOFIX child mounting seat points.

The Splash features the air-con, central locking and power windows plus two new colours that are exclusive to this model, Electra Blue and Lipizan White.

It costs pounds 7,345, which is pounds 550 more than the VT and uses Citroen's one-litre petrol engine that achieves 60mpg economy with CO2 emissions of just 106g/km and has an insurance rating in group one.

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jan 23, 2009
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