Our Cars: Citroen C4 Cactus

It’s time to say farewell to our vibrant, bubble-wrapped Citroen after six months of largely trouble-free driving.
The C4 Cactus has a nice niche to itself, appealing to buyers who aren’t quite committed to a crossover. But there are alternatives...
We look at some of the ways you can end up driving a new Cactus, including SimplyDrive.
The 110PS petrol in our Cactus is a great fit - but there are other options, including an economical diesel.
The C4 Cactus has a big touchscreen that controls pretty much everything – but is this progress?
Citroen's old Mehari beach buggy has inspired a new Cactus-based concept, which may make production.
A few longer journeys show up some weaknesses with the Cactus – but also some strengths.
John goes over the Cactus with a fine tooth comb to find the areas where Citroen has shaved off cost and weight.
Those black bits adorning the C4 Cactus aren’t just for show – they’re like automotive bubble wrap. In
Watch Mark Nichol's video on the Cactus, covering 10 things you need to know about the fun French family car.
It looks quirky and unusual, like Citroens of old - but does the C4 Cactus drive as well as some of its ancestors?
We have a bright blue new arrival, which promises to be the most vibrant and most interesting car in the Honest John fleet for the next six months

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