Citroen launches a whole range of models dedicated to novice drivers: always very attentive to the needs of all its customers, the Double Chevron company offers a series of cars able to meet the requirements of the displacement and power limits for those who have recently obtained the driving license, established by the design of law 1638.
The legislation, in fact, provides that during the first year from the achievement of the patent, novice drivers cannot drive vehicles with a weight / power ratio greater than 55 kW / t and with a maximum power greater than 95 hp (70 kW).
New drivers can choose between different Citroen cars to suit their tastes and needs: from the Citroen c1 city car to the Citroen C3 compact sedan, up to the new Citreon ë-C4 100% electric with record habitability.
For novice drivers looking for a compact city car, capable of moving with agility in traffic, the ideal is Citroen C1: handy and welcoming, it boasts a boot that can reach up to 196 liters of cargo and ensures extraordinary road holding thanks to the comfort of the suspension and seats.
The engine is VTi 72 S&S petrol, which meets the regulations Euro 6.2, with three cylinders, 998 cm3 of displacement, combined with a five-speed manual gearbox. The versions approved for novice drivers are the 5-door sedan and the Airscape variant with sunroof.
In the range designed for novice drivers by the Rueil-Malmaison company that has recently extended the SUV family with diesel-powered C3 Aircross, there is also the new Citroen C3, the evolution of the bestselling model which has won over 850,000 customers since 2016.
The C3, aesthetically renewed with a brand new front, LED headlamps as standard on all versions, offers a wide choice of customizations, starting from as many as 97 color combinations. The version approved for novice drivers of the new Citroen C3 is the one that presents the motore benzina 1.2 PureTech 83 S&S, available in the Feel, Feel Pack and Shine variants.
To complete the Citroen models approved for novice drivers there is the new one ë-C4 electric, the latest model in the zero-emission range of the French manufacturer, which also includes the Citroen Ami, the low-cost electric car that can be driven without a license.