We had the opportunity to see the first regular Citroen DS3 hatchback three years ago, for the first time. Now, the carmaker is increasing its British range with a Cabrio model that was in fact presented last year, at the 2012 edition of the Paris Motor Show. For the British customers interested in purchasing one of these models should know the carmaker offers them in three trim variants. As expected, each will have a different engine and the prices will vary between GBP15.045 and GBP19.675. In the photo gallery prepared we can all see the Citroen DS3 Cabrio is not really a convertible model, but that id sports an electrically operated canvas top while keeping the metal roof arches of the hatchback. So that you know, the top can be fully opened or closed at a touch pf a button if the car is traveling with up to 75 mph. it also has three positions: intermediate, horizontal and total. The whole process only takes 16 seconds.
The Euro V engine options include the VTi capable of generating 82 PS, the VTi capable of releasing 120 PS and last, but not least, the THP capable of producing 155 PS. The first two will use a 5-speed manual transmission to send the output to the wheels, and the lat one will be mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox.
According to the manufacturer, the B2 convertible market is dominated by female buyers and the customer profile of the Citroen DS3 Cabrio will reflect existing demand with owners typically aged 35+ with very strong female bias. We mentioned the trim options earlier. Know that the one capable of producing 82 PS has a starting price of GBP15.045, the one capable f producing 120 PS has a starting price of GBP17.425 and the last one, the THP 155 PS DSport costs GBP19.675. The fuel emissions register 112 g/km, 136 g/km and 137 g/km respectively.
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