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Citroen Reviews

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Good: Exceptional legroom and loadspace. High level of standard equipment. Affordable running costs. Available as a seven-seater.
Bad: Van-like cabin will not be to everyone's taste. Lots of body roll in the corners.
Good: Cheap to run with zero tax on all models. Improved interior quality and refinement over previous C1. Available with retractable fabric roof. Decent at motorway speeds.
Bad: Similar Toyota Aygo has sharper looks.
Good: Comfortable seats and ride quality. Much improved interior quality. Standard built-in dash cam on Flair models.
Bad: Entry-level model misses out on some key equipment. Rear legroom tight with taller passengers up front. Manual gear change feels sloppy.
Good: Low starting price from £14,000. Very spacious with a flexible cabin. Soft ride quality means it's mostly comfy. Interesting looks.
Bad: Dull driving experience. No four-wheel drive version. Many of the practicality and personality flourishes are optional. Can quickly become expensive.
Good: Unique interior design has a boutique feel. Comfortable and refined on the move. Spacious inside with a good quality finish. Available with impressive 1.2 PureTech engine.
Bad: Unusual styling sure to divide opinion. ETG6 gearbox can be jerky. Rear windows only pop-out and don't wind down.
Good: New name for C4 Picasso but with same practical and flexible interior. Available with excellent Puretech petrol engine.
Bad: Clunky manual gearbox.
Good: Very practical. Comfortable thanks to extra foam in seats and Progressive Hydraulic Cushions. Quirky. Three individually sliding and folding read seats good for child seats. Isofix outer rear seats and front passenger seat.
Bad: Fiddly infotainment. Soft suspension makes it less assured on corners than a Peugeot 3008.
Good: Citroen's all-electric small car. Zero tailpipe emissions. No VED and no fuel costs. Free to drive into central London congestion zone.
Bad: Range is 80 miles. Expensive. Tight inside. Huge cost of replacement batteries effectively writes the cars off.
Good: Excellent official fuel economy figures, useful hi-tech features, smooth and refined drive.
Bad: Automatic gearbox restricted to two engine variants, no high-roof option.
Good: High quality interior. Great 1.6 THP 165 petrol engine with six-speed gearbox. Wide engine range. Drives, rides and handles well.
Bad: Makes you wonder why all Citroens can't be this good. By 2014, older direct injected 1.6 THP 150 was starting to suffer problems.
Good: As enjoyable and as good to drive as the DS3 hatchback. Roof can be folded and unfolded at speeds up to 70mph.
Bad: Small and inaccessible boot. Not quite a true cabriolet. Poor rear visibility with roof down.
Good: New name for Grand C4 Picasso.
Bad: Touchscreen interface isn't the easiest to use. Useless glovebox.
Good: One of the largest vans in its class. Wide choice of wheelbases and heights. Punchy engines. Suited to heavy work and towing. Comfortable ride and good handling.
Bad: Drab plastics. Passenger bench seat is not as comfortable as it should be for long distances. Noisy at speed.
Good: Comfortable and family-friendly van based MPV, lots of interior space for up to eight adults, well equipped as standard.
Bad: Boot space is small when all the seats are in place, not as refined as its German rivals, some engines are rather noisy.
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