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Citroën C3 Shine Plus, suitably impressive

In Car Reviews, Citroen by Kieran Bicknell

Exterior Well, not everyone would agree with that statement – it’s fair to say that the C3’s design can be polarising, thanks to its ‘busy’ front end design in particular. I, for one, actually rather like how it looks. Yes, integrating the high and low-level lights into one unit would probably look cleaner, but I grew to quite like the …

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Citroën C4 – Initial impressions from the UK Launch

In Car Reviews, Citroen, Electric cars by Kieran Bicknell

Citroën’s creative designers have done something different and it’s a welcome breath of fresh air. Yes, the C4 is still recognisable as a Citroën product, and, yes, you can see some relation to the previous car. Still, the overall aesthetic is a new exciting, dynamic design, and it’s all the better for it. Most notably, that sweeping rear roofline is …

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Citroen all-new C4 and E-C4 online launch event

In Citroen, Electric cars, Short Cuts by Kieran Bicknell

With the Citroen brand having returned to form over the last six years, Citroen has streamlined their product range and ‘sharpened’ their brand ethos, which has resulted in a 30% growth in the last six years, meaning that Citroen currently sits atop the top 12 fastest-growing automotive brands in Europe. Government bills, climate action groups and emissions regulations have forced …

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Citroen C5 Aircross Reviewed

In Car Reviews, Citroen by Neil Lyndon

Orange highlights on the Citroen C5 Aircross…on any car they always make me feel faintly itchy, as if a wasp is crawling under my shirt on the skin between my shoulder blades. Like light tan shoes with a dark suit, they strike me as a fashion solecism which will look embarrassingly daft in about ten minutes from now. They are …

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The popular Citroen C3 Aircross

In Car Reviews, Citroen by Paul Beard

Over the years, Citroën has built up a great reputation for producing small to medium sized SUVs and people carriers. Having tried, and thoroughly enjoyed, the C4 Cactus last summer I thought it was time to review its larger sibling, the C3 Aircross, which Citroën launched a bit more than a year ago as a replacement for the C3 Picasso …

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Reviewed the Peugeot 5008 and the Citroen C3 Aircross

In Car Reviews, Citroen, Peugeot by Neil Lyndon

Our local town is home to one of the most acclaimed and expensive private schools in Scotland. At school run times, therefore, the main street is like a Concours d’Elégance for expensive, show-offy cars. Maseratis vie with Teslas. In this elevated company, a Peugeot or a Citroen would be expected to look like a poor cousin. But, when I was …