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Citroen C3 Picasso (2009-Onwards) Review and running costs.

 

The Citroën C3 Picasso is a car first unveiled at the 2008 Paris Motor Show as a concept. It was designed by Donato Coco and Jean-Pierre Ploué.

Its UK launch was in mid 2009. It has a roomy interior layout and split-folding rear seats slide independently, offering legroom or load space. When extra storage space is required the rear seats can be folded away in one motion using simple seatback mounted controls, whilst a mobile boot floor provides a level loading space up to the first row seat back. For those larger loads the front passenger seat can also be folded completely flat to increase the load length and to create a table top.

For: 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,

Against: 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. Very economical with the 1.6 HDi.

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Citroen C3 Picasso 2009-Onwards Running costs and models:

MPG (Miles per gallon)

Insurance groups

40.9 – 62.8

4-5

Model

MPG

Band

CO2:

1.4 VTi Exclusive 5dr

44.1 mpg

F

149 g/km

1.6 HDi (110hp) Exclusive

57.6 mpg

D

129 g/km

1.6 HDi Airdream+ 5dr

62.8 mpg

C

119 g/km

1.6 HDi Blackcherry 5dr

61.4 mpg

C

119 g/km

1.6 VTi VTR+ 5dr

40.9 mpg

F

149 g/km

Code 1.6 HDi 5dr

62.2 mpg

C

112 g/km

Exclusive 1.6 HDi (110hp) 5dr

58.8 mpg

D

125 g/km

Exclusive 1.6 HDi 5dr

62.2 mpg

C

112 g/km

Exclusive 1.6 VTi 5dr

40.9 mpg

F

149 g/km

Exclusive 1.6 VTi EGS6 5dr

47.1 mpg

E

137 g/km

VT 1.4 VTi 5dr

44.1 mpg

F

145 g/km

VT 1.6 HDi 5dr

62.2 mpg

C

112 g/km

VTR+ 1.4 VTi 5dr

44.1 mpg

F

145 g/km

VTR+ 1.6 HDi 5dr

62.2 mpg

C

112 g/km

VTR+ 1.6 VTi EGS6 5dr

47.1 mpg

E

137 g/km

       
       

 

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