2011 Citroen C3

Pluriel Charleston


  • Year of manufacture 
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  • Drive 
  • Condition 
    Original condition
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French registration papers
Chassis No.: VF7HBNFUCAE514720
- Only 44 km
- Charlestone Special Series
- New condition
The Citroën C3 Pluriel, which appeared in 2003, is reminiscent of its predecessors... It smells like a holiday on the national roads, the first paid holidays... Discoverable in a pickup truck or spider, the C3 Pluriel will be available in several colours and will adopt the two-tone bodywork style according to the limited series offered throughout its 8 years of production. One of the last will be Pluriel Charleston, an obvious reference to the 2CV of the same name produced 25 years earlier. Its specific Obsidian black two-tone shade is separated from the Burlat paint by a light grey adhesive that follows the curve of the arches to wind towards the front of the bodywork. Black door handles and 15-inch aluminium rims with burlat caps complete the specificity of the decoration. The interior features the same leather and options as the "So chic" finish. Nearly 110,000 units were produced, and the C3 Pluriel will not be replaced.
The model we propose is a C3 Pluriel Charleston from 2011. With only 44 km on the clock this car is in a new condition. It is equipped with a 1.4 l petrol engine of 75 hp combined with an automatic gearbox. Sold new at a price of 19 850 €, our copy with a very low mileage is now available at a very attractive price. This playful and original car fits perfectly into the Citroën universe, the future collector, especially in the Charleston version, and has all the arguments to seduce the most avant-garde collectors.

This car will be sold by auction by AGUTTES Auction House, in La Ferté-Vidame, at the Citroën Centenary, France, on July the 21th, 2019.
The digital catalog will be available soon on our website
Please contact us for any further details.
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