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Background grid Chevrolet Tahoe SUV 2001-2003 Citroën C1 Hatchback 2005-present
Real height1 1.885 m 2 
+ 41.7 cm
1 1.468 m Real height1
+ 156.6 cm 2 5.001 m Real length
1 3.435 m Real length
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Citroën C1 3-door Hatchback  2005 - present Views available
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3-door Hatchback 2005 - present 14″
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SUV 2001 - 2003 16″
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Side ViewCitroën C1 3-door Hatchback 2005 vs. Chevrolet Tahoe SUV 2001

Technical specs | Citroën C1 3-door Hatchback 2005 is 156.6 cm shorter and 41.7 cm lower compared to Chevrolet Tahoe SUV 2001

234 cm
294.6 cm
343.5 cm
500.1 cm
163 cm
200.4 cm
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Width incl. mirrors
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146.8 cm
188.5 cm
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Ground clearance3
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Cargo volume4
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Cargo volume max.4,5
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1. Maximum height | 2. Width with folded mirrors | 3. Max. ground clearance | 4. Most common power unit. Possible deviation of standards. | 5. With rear seats folded down
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