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Best city car I've ever had,
Every thing about it I love , the interior is good quality and although my car is only an S model it has everything you need for a small car, electric windows ,remote locking ,good sound system and 5 Doors with a much bigger boot than most of its rivals
I bought mine on the Chrysler PCP deal £129 deposit and £129 per month which has to be the best finance deal around for a car with all these features I looked at 10 other makes and small cars in their range and by far this was the best on offer unless i wanted a biscuit tin car and there are plenty of those on offer C1, peugeot 107 etc
I have been driving automatics for 18 years and I have been driving this car since April 2014. I am very impressed in its performance. This car has the 875cc two cylinder twin-air turbocharged engine (equivalent to a standard 1200cc engine) with automatic gearbox and I have found it excellent in our local hilly rural roads (even with four people in it). It also has lots of poke when you wish to overtake. Yes, the engine does sound different when you start up but once going you would not be able to tell the difference. An excellent car all round.
Low cost Road Tax, economical to run and Insure, don't like the speedo in the centre of dashboard but you get used to it. Road noise bearable. Don't like sidelights on permanently. only being a 1.2 it doesn't have a lot of 'poke'