9 December 2010
90-second verdict

The C4 is Citroën's new safe and predictable family hatchback. Larger and more refined than its predecessor, cabin quality is much improved. With a price tag to match that of the Golf GT, will it be enough to tempt buyers away from its German competitor? Here, Jamie Corstorphine finds out. Read Autocar's road test of the Citroën C4 2.0-litre HDi

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2 February 2013

It's neither the best compact hatch to drive nor the roomiest. SadThe most economical e-HDi model comes with a semi-auto gearbox that makes smooth driving tricky. Sad

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