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Citroen C-Zero (2012-Onwards)  Citroen C1 (2005-Onwards)  Citroen C2 (2003-2010)   Citroen C3 (2002-2009)   Citroen C3 Pluriel (2002-2008)  Citroen C3 (2009-Onwards)  Citroen C3 Picasso (2009-Onwards)   Citroen C4 (2004-2010)    Citroen C4 (2010-Onwards)   Citroen Xsara Picasso  Citroen C4 Picasso (2007-Onwards)   Citroen C4 Grand Picasso (2006-Onwards)  Citroen  Nemo Multispace (2009-Onwards)    Citroen Berlingo Multispace (1998-2008)   Citroen Berlingo Multispace (2008-Onwards)  Citroen C5 (2001-2007)  Citroen C5 (2007-Onwards)  Citroen C6 (2005-Onwards) Citroen C8 (2002-2010)  Citroen C-Crosser (2007-2012)  Citroen DS3 (2010-Onwards)  Citroen DS4 (2011-Onwards)   Citroen DS5 (2012-Onwards)

 

Citroen C-Zero (2012-Onwards)

Good points: Good acceleration and smooth ride in typical urban environments,zero fuel consumption, zero CO2 emissions with no VED costs,almost silent to drive.

Bad points: Maximum range is less than 100 miles with sparse public charging points, expensive price tag.

Citroen C1 (2005-Onwards)

Good points: Fun to drive and handles well. Cheap to run. Roomy for a small car, Group 1 insurance, Good Euro NCAP score. 2012 model emits just 99g/km CO2.

Bad points: Some clutch and water pump failures more common on 2005 - 2009 Reports of water leaks. All glass tailgate, Small boot space.

Citroen C2 (2003-2010)

Good points: Good street cred for the younger generation, Lots of after market add on’s, Good Euro NCAP score. 2012 model emits just 99g/km CO2.
Bad points: Back seat of 1.1L does not bi-fold. Tailgate only half a tailgate.It only has 4 seats.

 

Citroen C3 (2002-2009)

Good points: Clever design for the boot floor. Good diesel engines that are very economical and good value Four-star crash test rating. Good balance of ride comfort and road holding.
Bad points:Tailgate isn't that practical. Poor showing in Customer Satisfaction Surveys.

 

 

Citroen C3 Pluriel (2002-2008)

Good points: Quirky looks and the versatility to swap from coupe to cabrio, full convertible or pick-up. Roomy for four adults. Four-star crash test rating
Bad points: Many reports of leaks and build quality problems. You'll have to put up with rattles.

 

Citroen C3 (2009-Onwards)

Good points: Neat looking small hatchback, uses some of the same engines as MINI, 1.6 HDi engine emits 110g/km of CO2, excellent ride quality.
Bad points:Lackluster handling, interior looks good on the surface but lacks quality in depth.

 

 

Citroen C3 Picasso (2009-Onwards)

Good points: No automatic gearbox. Avoid 'Black' pack with 17-inch alloy wheels which affects the ride and handling. The HDI does not like repeated short runs from cold. Sluggish petrol engines,
Bad points:Great family car that’s very practical and easy to drive with good visibility, Quiet at high speeds,Very roomy in the back with lots of load space.Veconomical with the 1.6 HDi.

Citroen C4 (2004-2010)

Good points: Brave eye-catching design, unique quality interiors, Good compromise between ride and handling, excellent crash test ratings. Some 1.6HDI models qualify for £30pa tax.
Bad points: Doesn't’t offer the same polished drive as rivals, and a rather slack gear change Narrow front foot well awkward for people with big feet. Coupe is a bit of marmite car you either love or you hate it.

Citroen C4 (2010-Onwards)

Good points: The Citroen C4 has put the emphasis very much on comfort. The range includes some fine engines and there are a few innovative safety and communications features. Huge improvement in quality on previous C4.
Good HDi diesel engines.
Bad points: To many warning chimes that can be annoying. Some what crude suspension. The most economical e-HDi model comes with a EGS 'automatic' which takes some getting used to and that defies smooth driving.

Citroen Xsara Picasso

Good points: Spacious interior, huge boot,economical HDI engine1.6 HDi can do 55mpg,good value for money.

Bad points: Some quality problems. Rolls through corners, dated interior.

 

Citroen C4 Picasso (2007-Onwards)

Good points: Versatile five-seat cabin with a 500-litre boot, plenty of clever touches inside, easy to fold rear seats, comfortable ride, decent value for money. Family-friendly interior, sleek styling,
Bad points: 5-seater looks are ungainly. Seven-seat Grand C4 Picasso makes more sense, EGS gearbox is poor, doesn't as drive as well as alternatives like the Ford C-MAX.

Citroen C4 Grand Picasso (2006-Onwards)

Good points: Neatly styled and immensely versatile with family-friendly interiors, Easy to drive, Good all-round vision for driver and passengers. Spacious cabin with three Isofix fittings across the centre seats. Good value seven-seater.
Bad points: EGS gearbox requires some getting used to as it seems to lurch through the gears.C4 Grand Picasso rated ‘Poor’ for both front and rear bumpers in ABI Thatcham

Citroen  Nemo Multispace (2009-Onwards)

Good points: Cheap to buy and run, versatile. Neatly styled, lots of headroom in the back amazingly practical.

Bad points: Taller drivers will find the front seats cramped and  1.4-litre petrol is sluggish. Turkish build quality issues emerging. Handling is not that good.

 

Citroen Berlingo Multispace (1998-2008)

Good points: Offers stacks of room plenty of head and legroom for five it's designed to lug around everything from children to dogs and flowers to bricks, Easy to drive.
Bad points: No hiding it’s a van, First models lacked twin rear sliding doors, Quite basic interior, Leary colours and outlandish interiors on early models.

 

 

Citroen Berlingo Multispace (2008-Onwards)

Good points: Very practical, handles and drives better than some family cars. Citroen have hugely improved the safety features over previous Berlingo, spacious cabin, Total capacity with seats removed 3,000 litres, economical diesels. 
Bad points: Essentially a commercial vehicle but dressed up some what like a car, Not one to brag about at the golf club. Rear tyres don’t last to long.

 

Citroen C5 (2001-2007)

Good points: Very comfortable ride. Good crash test rating. Roomy and much improved styling especially on the estate, excellent diesel engines choice, with a new 1.6 HDI for the face lift model.
Bad points: Expensive diesel particulate filters on 2.2 diesels can need replacement every 4 - 5 years. No rear wiper on Mk 1 (Mk II does have rear wiper). Not as enjoyable to drive as the Xantia. Open hatchback can deposit water into load area in wet and windy conditions.

Citroen C5 (2007-Onwards)

Good points: One of the best looking family saloons. Spacious interior and normal Citroen comfort. Estate is practical. with efficient HDi engines. Genuinely different large family car with both looks and appeal,
Bad points: Steering a little to light and lacks any real road feedback. No hatchback - only a saloon or estate.

Citroen C6 (2005-Onwards)

Good points: It looks and drives like a big Citroen should, Brilliant ride, smooth and very hushed. Plenty of high-tech gadgets. Excellent crash safety ratings.

Bad points: German rivals hold their value better. Restricted boot

 

Citroen C8 (2002-2010)

Good points: Seating for up to eight in a practical, with versatile cabin. Lots of comfort features. Five-star crash rating from 2003. Easy to drive.

Bad points: Very Little headroom in rows two and three.Some of the more basic models, are not pre-fitted to take roof bars. Some serious build quality problems reported.

 

Citroen C-Crosser (2007-2012)

Good points: Fun to drive and handles well. Cheap to run. Roomy for a small car, Group 1 insurance, Good Euro NCAP score. 2012 model emits just 99g/km CO2.

Bad points: Some clutch and water pump failures more common on 2005 - 2009 Reports of water leaks. All glass tailgate, Small boot space.

Citroen DS3 (2010-Onwards) Inc. Cabrio

Good points: A stylish and well-equipped supermini that delivers hot hatch pace and genuinely great to drive, especially DSport models, high quality feel. Great range of engines 1.6 THP 150 petrol engine with six-speed gear box gives 40-45mpg. 99g/km 1.6 diesel. Wide range of customisation options,Good value for money.

Bad points: Legroom is a little tight compared to rivals, some exterior paint problems reported.  Not the best five-speed manual gearbox. six-speed is much better

 

Citroen DS4 (2011-Onwards)

Good points: Great looks, easy daily driver. Superb THP (200) bhp engine, decent 2.0 (160bhp) HDi diesel. Plenty of boot space.Three full-sized rear seats.

Bad points: Not such a good ride on bumpy roads with the 18 and 19 inch alloys much better on 17 inch wheels. The pointed rear door windows can catch people in the face. The windows in the rear are fixed due to the styling of the rear doors.

Citroen DS5 (2012-Onwards)

Good points: Stands out from the crowd with its unique looks. Very good to drive. Premium detailed interiors. Frugal diesel engines wit low emissions.

Bad points:
Poor ride on rough roads. Cramped for rear passenger space and lack of rear headroom. Limited boot space for hybrid models, Restricted rear view.