The price range now spans the £14,000 to £22,000 bracket. There's a choice of three trim levels - 'You', 'Plus' and 'Max'. Potential buyers will need to make sure that they leave some budget aside for personalisation. This remains the most customisable supermini in its segment, with a vast number of visual spec combinations. This includes vibrant body colours and bi-tone choices (incorporating the roof, door mirrors and the rear quarter panel trim), plus optional coloured inserts around the fog lights and the Airbump panels, as well as graphic trims decorating the roof for a more distinctive pavement presentation.
Equipment levels remain pretty generous. Mainstream 'Plus' trim gets you Airbump panels, LED headlights, a seven-inch capacitive touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, automatic air conditioning, six airbags, lane departure warning, speed sign recognition, coffee break alert and power folding door mirrors.
For a bit of luxury though, you'll need to stretch to the top 'Max' trim level, recognisable by its larger 17-inch 'Vector'-style alloy wheels, gloss black B-pillars and tinted tailgate glass. There are two really significant cabin additions here, the first being Citroen's more supportive 'Advanced Comfort' front seats, which are fitted out with lumbar support and an armrest and are created using thickened fabric and special foam that can be up to 15mm thick. There's also the more sophisticated 'Citroen Connect Nav' set-up for the 7-inch fascia central infotainment screen, which includes navigation, voice control, Tom Tom Live traffic updates and a three year subscription to 'Speed Cam' which includes visual and sound reporting of speed cameras and danger zones before you reach them.