The 2013 Citroen Picasso C3. Little Change As Predicted.
Published September 29, 2012
Automaker Citroen has announced and released information about their seriously out dated C3 Picasso MPV. The 2013 Citroen Picasso C3 has been given a minor facelift so as to keep the looks of the car somewhat up to date. The Picasso C3 is a car that the CEO’s of Citroen feel should be labeled as a cross-over, but everyone else with some vehicular common sense, knows that the Picasso C3 is nothing more than a small mini-van.
Anyway the 2013 Citroen Picasso C3’s body mods will consist of a bigger, and bolder Citroen logo, that now has some honeycomb plastic grille ensemble going on with it now. It’s a shame that the entire front grille doesn’t even serve a real purpose to the way the car runs itself. Power for the 2013 Citroen Picasso C3 comes by means of a supposed 1.2L three(3) cylinder engine that just may be turbo-charged for the simple fact that the engine itself is so small. Even with the turbo, the micro motor only makes a measly 82hp, and 87lb feet of torque, and all of that power is mated to a five(5) speed manual gearbox.
Interior wise, the four seater 2013 Citroen Picasso C3 is all about keeping the passengers entertained for the long haul. Citroen has introduced a new infotainment feature called eMyWay for those savvy customers who own a smartphone, and would like to incorporate the two devices while driving. GPS navigation, USB connectivity, and Bluetooth features finish off the front end of the cabin. There’s been no word if Citroen will bother to try to work in a touchscreen anytime in the near, or distant future.
To finish off the 2013 Citroen Picasso C3, is a set of stylish wheels that help offset the lack of visual enhancements that the C3 doesn’t have. As for now the French automaker has not released anymore information about the car, and with that said, all we can do is hope that any more news, will be good news.
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