PARIS – Automobiles Citroen will eat the cost of its new “Stop and Start” system, in hopes of selling more of its specially equipped C3 models. The auto maker is looking to deliver 2,000 of its new C3 Stop and Start model by the end of the year, pricing the vehicle at €15,350 ($18,700) – "slightly under" the equivalent model without the Valeo SA starter-alternator. Stop and Start system boosts fuel economy 6% on average, Citroen says. Citroen believes the C3 marks is the first ...
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