If you are a teenager and you have just passed your driving test, then it is likely that you will be looking for a nice little run-around to get your started on your journey as a road user. The perfect run-around is compact, affordable and economical, as new drivers don’t always have a huge amount of money to spend. If that is the case for you, then you may wish to consider the Citroen C1 as it is the perfect little run-around for new drivers everywhere.
Unlike many other run-around vehicles, the Citroen C1 is a fairly speedy car which has a lot of personality. It is also a car with a great economy, which is perfect for drivers in the current climate when the cost of fuel and insurance is high and wealth is low.
The car comes with lots of useful things as standard, including the all-important CD player and mp3 player option. It also features safety airbags and anti-lock brakes which help to keep new drivers safe as they begin to explore the roads alone for the very first time. The top of the range model even features air conditioning which will keep you cool on those, all too infrequent, hot summer days in the UK.
The car has an adequately powerful engine which means that you can zip up and down the motorway fairly quickly. This isn’t and old granny car like many of the other vehicles which are advertised as perfect run-arounds. It is a car which is perfect for the young.
As a run-around, the car doesn’t have huge amounts of space to spare but it is perfectly adequate for shopping trips and road trips with a few good friends. Although small, the space is well designed so it never feels cramped and the back seats can fold down for those really big shopping sprees.
Finally, the cost of insurance for the Citroen C1 is fairly low, which is yet another reason why it is ideal for new and young drivers who do not have too much cash to spare.
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Article By: Adam Nicolson