Citroen Reviews

Good: Good value for money, decent ride quality even when fully loaded.
Bad: Wooly brakes are below par, some mechanical problems, early models lacked refinement, engine noise at speed.
Good: Comfortable ride and reasonably nimble handling, good load space in both wheelbase versions, opening roof flap adds to versatility.
Bad: Lower power engine struggles on the motorway, optional third seat is cramped for centre passenger, fuse box is prone to water ingress, locks are prone to breaking.
Good: Comfortable and easy to drive, high payload capacity, economical, lots of high-tech options.
Bad: Many innovative features are optional, automatic transmission only available in flagship engine variants.
Good: Practical and versatile family transport that's cheap to buy and run, lots of carrying capacity with individual folding rear seats.
Bad: Low thrills interior, rear-windows don't open fully, ride can be poor on twisty roads.
Good: Exceptional legroom and loadspace. High level of standard equipment. Affordable running costs. Available as a seven-seater.
Bad: Van-like cabin will not be to everyone's taste. Lots of body roll in the corners. Petrol 1.2 Puretech 130 EAT8 now delayed until Q4 2020.
Good: Height-adjustable pneumatic suspension and sliding doors on both sides, good variety of wheelbases and roofs, air con and Bluetooth on Enterprise, refined 2.0-litre diesel.
Bad: 1.6 HDi is strained at higher speeds, no ESP as standard on any model seems a major oversight.
Good: Excellent official fuel economy figures, useful hi-tech features, smooth and refined drive.
Bad: Automatic gearbox restricted to two engine variants, no high-roof option.
Good: Surprisingly spacious small van, clever features include fold flat passenger seat, economical and cheap to run, available with twin sliding doors.
Bad: Noisy on the motorway, ride is somewhat unrefined, tight on cabin space for taller drivers.
Good: Cheap to buy and run, versatile and decently equipped, lots of headroom in the back.
Bad: Taller drivers will find the front seats cramped, lacks refinement, 1.4-litre petrol is sluggish.
Good: One of the largest vans in its class, wide choice of wheelbases and heights, punchy engines, suited to heavy work and towing, comfortable ride and good handling.
Bad: Drab plastics and the passenger bench seat is not as comfortable as it should be for long distances, noisy at all speeds.
Good: Comfortable and family-friendly MPV, lots of interior space for up to eight adults, well equipped as standard.
Bad: Boot space is small when all the seats are in place, not as refined as its German rivals, some engines are rather noisy.
 

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