The C1 city car sits as the entry-level model in the Citroen range, and both the first and second generation remains at or near the top of the list for first-time buyers and those who do a lot of city driving. This is because they don’t cost a lot to buy or run and do a great job of making whizzing around town as fun as possible.
If there’s one thing that Citroen know how to do well, it’s making a brilliant family car. The C4 Picasso (and its 7-seat sister, the Grand C4 Picasso, recently replaced by the C4 Spacetourer) are ideal if you have kids, with almost infinite amounts of storage spaces and cubby holes, a comfy interior and a roomy boot. Don’t rule out the Berlingo either – 5-seat family cars don’t come any more practical.
More recently, the Citroen crossover/SUV range has grown to include not only the quirky C4 Cactus, but also the C3 and C5 Aircross, which have added practicality benefits over the more traditional family hatchbacks.Search used Citroen