The 2018 Citroen C3 Aircross officially made its debut in Paris on June 12, 2017. As you already know, its 1:43 scale model was leaked ahead of its unveiling so keen enthusiasts could get an idea of how the sub-compact crossover would look like. Aimed to rival with the Nissan Juke, Mazda CX-3 and Toyota C-HR in the compact SUV segment, the Citroen C3 Aircross is anticipated to go on sale in Europe on November 1st kicking off from €17,000.
The sub-compact all-new C3 Aircross underpins the platform of the Opel Crossland X offering a wide choice of PureTech three-cylinder petrol engines producing up to 128bhp, and four-cylinder diesel ones delivering from 89bhp up to 118bhp respectively. When driving off-road, the urban-focused SUV offers to use Grip Control System with four driving modes including All-Road, Sand, Snow and ESP-OFF, to increase traction. Personalization matters: customers will get tons of exterior color combinations (actually 90) and interior tidbits to choose from, not to mention plenty of tech add-ons like a color head-up display, a reversing camera and a complete package of driver assistance technology systems like blind-spot monitoring or autonomous emergency braking.