Already the finest in French luxury, the Citroen C5 gets a twin-turbo boost for a limited time only.
The Citroen Berlingo is at the forefront of the small van revolution.
People movers are unlikely to rate a mention when manufacturers talk of ‘niche’ products. Yet seven-seater medium-sized vans sell only 10 per cent the volume of similarly priced SUVs in this country, so they really are the alternative option for families needing to move more than five...
The French seven-seat people-mover named after the famous Spanish artist paints a positive impression.
The Citroen C3 is back in facelifted form, but can it cut it with the best of the city cars?
The DS5 is a refreshingly Avant-garde alternative in a segment dominated by conservatively styled Japanese and German cars.
That wind-in-your-hair feeling returns to the French brand's line-up with the introduction of the Citroen DS3 Cabrio.
It isn’t back-handed to call the Citroen C5 Tourer one of the most obviously French new cars on the market. In the often bland mid-sized class, this sub-$50,000 turbo-diesel wagon is brimming with character. But it is also full of tangible features that make it successful in being what the badge on its rump says – a Tourer...
The Citroen C4 Aircross isn't quite the triple treat, but it is a competitive sub-compact SUV.
Even though it's a Mitsubishi ASX underneath, Citroen has given the C4 Aircross its own French flare.
Citroen's answer to the Mini is one of the best French cars currently on the road.