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Euro NCAP stars fall for facelifted models

Euro NCAP has released its latest safety scores this week for a number of models, including updated ratings for ageing vehicles still sold as new cars. Several all-new cars got full five-star ratings, including the Hyundai Kona, Kia Stinger, BMW 6 Series GT and Jaguar F-Pace, while re-testing of some recently-facelifted versions of older models revealed some sub-par results - including a zero-star score...

PSA Group creates tilting EV

The Peugeot Citroen Group (PSA) has created a new electric 'mobility solution' for the European EU-Live consortium. With four wheels, two electric motors and one internal-combustion engine, the funky-looking vehicle can be driven on tight city streets or, if you're feeling particularly brave, on the motorway...

PSA Group wants refund from GM for Opel purchase - report

The PSA Group, parent company of Peugeot and Citroen, is reportedly seeking a refund from General Motors for half the purchase price of Opel. According to Reuters' sources, PSA understands Opel will significantly exceed the European Union's 2021 CO2 emissions target for passenger vehicles of 95 grams of CO2 per kilometre — equivalent to 3...

2018 Citroen Berlingo and Peugeot Partner interior spied

The interior of the next-generation Citroen Berlingo and Peugeot Partner has been spied during testing in southern Europe. This latest batch of photos includes the first images of the interior. Despite the extensive use of covers, we can see the new van will have a cabin heavily influenced by the i-Cockpit designs from the most recent Peugeot passenger cars...

Citroen six-year warranty discontinued

Citroen's local division has canned its six-year warranty program, reverting to the previous three-year factory warranty. The decision comes after local representation of the French brand shifted from Sime Darby to Inchcape earlier this year. Speaking with CarAdvice this week, Jemma White, corporate communications manager for Citroen Australia, said the six-year program was merely a promotional offer...

2015-17 Citroen C4 Cactus recalled for bonnet fix

Citroen Australia has recalled the 2015-2017 C4 Cactus, over concerns a faulty wire could stop the bonnet latching properly. The company says the striker wire support on the bonnet lining of affected vehicles may not be sufficiently secure, which could make the bonnet open while the car is moving...

Opel to become Peugeot's electric R&D hub, expand into new markets - report

Details about the restructuring of Opel under the leadership of the PSA Group, owner of the Peugeot, Citroen and DS brands, have leaked ahead of their official announcement. According to the Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung, Opel's Russelsheim technical centre will become a key research hub for the French-German automaker, and will focus on developing partial or full electrification solutions for all of PSA's platforms...

Citroen preparing EV push leading up to 2023

Citroen is preparing a significant push into the electrified vehicle space, with plans to have electrified powertrains in 80 per cent of its range within the next six years. "From 2023, 80 per cent of our vehicles will be electrified or PHEV," Citroen CEO, Linda Jackson, told AutoExpress...

Citroen C4 axed, C4 Cactus will act as replacement

The Citroen C4 hatch will soon go out of production, with no direct replacement set to take its place. This makes the just-unveiled C4 Cactus facelift its de-facto replacement in Citroen's range outside of China. Xavier Peugeot, Citroen's head of product planning, told Autocar: "The current C4 is a seven-year-old design and we had to make a decision...

2019 Citroen C4 Cactus facelift unveiled

The Citroen C4 Cactus facelift has been revealed, with extensive changes to the car's exterior. Perhaps most noticeably, the original version's distinctive Air Bumps have been deleted from the car's front, back and sides. The front fascia has been extensively reworked...

2018 Citroen C3 pricing and specs

Local pricing and specifications for the 2018 Citroen C3 have been announced this week, with the boldly-styled hatchback to start at $22,990 before on-road costs. Unlike overseas markets, the new C3 will be offered in a standalone highly-specified variant, while customers will be able to choose from an array of exterior colour options to make their C3 their own...