Citroen is arguably the most famous of the French vehicle manufacturers with a long history of innovation and radical thinking behind its designs, and it has created some of the most well-known and successful vehicles in automotive history. Today Citroen is a part of the PSA Group which includes Peugeot, and although its modern vehicles are less radical, it produces cars that are distinctive and likely to stand out from the crowd.
Which Citroen is right for me?
Kicking off the Citroen range is the C1, a small but inexpensive city car that is easy to drive and ideal for anyone on a tight budget. The C3 is a small hatchback with a strong design theme and low running costs, while the C3 Aircross and C3 Picasso are a crossover and MPV of a similar size. The C4 Cactus is a compact hatchback with quirky SUV-like styling and a practical interior, and if you need even more space the C4 Spacetourer and Grand Spacetourer are full MPVs with versatility and comfort in mind. Crowning the current range is the C5 Aircross, a mid-sized SUV crossover with a bold exterior.
Tell me something I don’t know about Citroen
Citroen built over 3.8 million examples of its 2CV with some examples built in the UK at Citroen’s Slough factory.
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