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Does Citroën’s quirky junior crossover have the substance to match its style?
Citroën focuses on design, comfort and infotainment for its new supermini
Gallic quirkiness meets pragmatism in the new crossover hatchback
More power and new style improves the Citroen C1's performance and kerb appeal, but it's still not up there with the VW Up, Seat Mii, Skoda Citygo and our other favourite city cars
The car shares some of its styling features with Citroën's premium DS models
Citroën aims to add pizzazz to practical family travel. Does it succeed?
It might not be as dynamically accomplished as some of its rivals, but there's still lots to like about the new C4 Picasso
The Citroen Grand C4 Picasso is a stylish, spacious and well-priced compact MPV with seven seats. Auto 'box is not good and residuals poor
Citroën’s first foray into the SUV world makes a competent all-rounder
The spacious, comfortable Citroen C5 makes an interesting and off-beat Mondeo rival
The Citroën C4 range comprises three diesel and three petrol engines, plus three trim levels
An admirable car, but there is an abundance of much better rivals
The Citroën C1 is the cheapest of the C1-107-Aygo triplets. The city car is cute, but noisy and basic
The Citroën C-Zero is a well-engineered four seat electric city car that is let down by a huge price tag
The van-based MPV gets an injection of sophistication
The Citroën Berlingo is the best of its breed: useful, well priced and not half bad to drive
The Citroën C3 is a competent and interesting supermini, but it doesn’t hit any high notes
The Citroën C3 Picasso is a cut above the MPV norm, combining style, space and quality, but it majors on comfort not fun
The C4 Picasso is an attractive, versatile and well-specified family car with an interior that make it the envy of many MPV-makers.