Citroen C1 2005 vs Renault Twingo 2007

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Citroen C1
2005 - 2008
Renault Twingo
2007 - 2012
Gearbox: Manual/AutomaticManual/Automatic
Engines: 1.0 - 1.41.1 - 1.6


Power: 54 - 68 HP60 - 133 HP
Torque: 93 - 130 NM93 - 160 NM
Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 13.7 - 15.6 seconds8.7 - 15 seconds
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Fuel consumption

Fuel consumption (l/100km): 4.1 - 4.64.3 - 6.7
Citroen C1 petrol engines consumes on average 1.3 litres less fuel per 100 km than Renault Twingo. On average, Citroen C1 equipped with diesel engines consume 0.2 litres less fuel per 100 km than the Renault Twingo.
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Length: 3.44 m3.60 m
Width: 1.63 m1.65 m
Height: 1.46 m1.47 m
Citroen C1 is smaller.
Citroen C1 is 16 cm shorter than the Renault Twingo, 2 cm narrower, while the height of Citroen C1 is 1 cm lower.
Trunk capacity: 139 litres230 litres
Trunk max capacity:
with rear seats folded down
712 litres959 litres
Renault Twingo has more luggage space.
Citroen C1 has 91 litres less trunk space than the Renault Twingo. The maximum boot capacity (with all rear seats folded down) is larger in Renault Twingo (by 247 litres).
Turning diameter: 9.5 meters10.6 meters
The turning circle of the Citroen C1 is 1.1 metres less than that of the Renault Twingo, which means Citroen C1 can be easier to manoeuvre in tight streets and parking spaces.
Gross weight (kg): ~ 1`198~ 1`404

Average price (€): 18002600
Pros and Cons: Citroen C1 has
  • lower fuel consumption
  • better manoeuvrability
  • fewer faults
  • lower price
Renault Twingo has
  • roomier boot
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