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  • Citroën C3 (2017 onwards) Review

    French Fiesta fighter is a quirkily appealing alternative

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £11,135 - £17,625
    PROS
    • Quirky, attractive styling
    • Personalisation options
    • Very comfortable interior
    • Impressive ride
    • Lots of safety kit
    CONS
    • Looks won’t suit everyone
    • Jerky auto gearbox
    • No autonomous braking available
    • Not the sharpest drive
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  • Citroën C4 Picasso (2013 onwards) Review
    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £20,335 - £28,360
    PROS
    • Space-age looks
    • Practical
    • Economical
    • Good to drive
    CONS
    • You may not like space-age looks
    • Fiddly digital control interface
    • Sparse entry-level model
    • 3D tail-lights not standard
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  • Citroën Grand C4 Picasso (2014 onwards) Review
    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £22,635 - £30,060
    PROS
    • Concept car looks
    • Majors on practicality
    • Fuel-efficient engines
    • Better to drive than old model
    CONS
    • Styling not to all tastes
    • Touch sensitive buttons fiddly
    • Basic VTR misses out on kit
    • Manual gearbox not the smoothest
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French firm Citroën was founded in 1919 and was the first company to mass-produce cars outside of the USA. It has built several iconic cars over the years including the 2CV and the DS. Today Citroën produces a wide range of cars, including small city cars such as the C1 as well as design-led cars such as the DS3.

Citroën also competes against the likes of the Ford Focus with its Citroën C4 hatchback and has launched a popular people carrier, the C4 Picasso and the larger Grand C4 Picasso. Citroen also has other family cars including the C5 and DS5 aimed at company car drivers, plus the more utilitarian Berlingo Multispace.

Citroën is a company with a history of innovation. Andre Citroën, who set up the marque, used the Eiffiel Tower as a billboard for his company and claimed a Guiness World Record for the largest advertising sign in the process.

The cars the company built also demonstrated an innovative approach to car technology and design. The 2CV was a best-seller thanks to its simple construction, cheap purchase price and distinctive looks, while the DS saw the first full use of self-levelling suspension as well as being the first European car with disc brakes.

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