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The latest Citroen is the new Citroen C3-KSR, a SUV that you can not buy in Spain

You certainly do not know Citroen C3-KSR and it is logical that you do not know the name of this model, it is a Citroen car that was born in 2014 for and for the Chinese market, a crossover that has now been restored to remain a successful car in this market, where at the end of 2014, it was collected about 180,000 sold unit.

The Citroen C3-KSR is the Citroën response to the B-SUV segment for China

The Citroen C3-KSR It's a car that comes to fight in China B-SUV segment, with a design that, without big flutes, drinks from some of the characteristics of the latest Western brand launches, such as frontal shots or certain rounded shapes and in general, is presented with some simple design.

Citroen C3-KSR joins Citroen C4 Aircross, a crossover that has a more complex and sophisticated design and responds to what our models in our market offer Citroen C5 Aicross to reconcile offensive SUV brands in this market.

Although its interior follows a design similar to Western products, the exterior design looks simpler and less sophisticated

Citroen did not publish the engines of this Citroen C3-KSR but it has taught us an interior that highlights a 9-inch screen, an unusual aerator design and a touch of color available for your dashboard, door trims and upholstery.

The equivalent of this Citroen C3-KSR in our market is the Citroen C3 Aircross, available from 14,150 euros with a range of engines where we find PureTech 82 hp, PureTech 110 hp and PureTech 130 hp like gasoline options and BlueHDI of 100 and 120 HP like diesel options.

In Spain, Citroen C3 Aircross has an initial price of 14,150 euros

In our market Citroen C3-KSR faces options such as Peugeot 2008, the SEAT Arona or KIA Stonic. In our small SUV purchase guide, all cars in this segment are described in detail and all of their prices and promotions.

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