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Total cash price £13,999. Borrowing £11,199 with a £2,800 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£193.95
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12.9%
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£18,445.70
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£4,446.70
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£6,336.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Citroen buying guide

What Citroen models are there?

Kicking off Citroen’s car range is the C1 city car. This hatchback will feel right at home in narrow city streets thanks to its tiny dimensions. You can just about fit four adults in at a push as long as they’re not planning on bringing lots of luggage. Good safety and economy scores make the C1 a great choice for first-time buyers or urban commuters.

Next up is the C3 hatchback, which is a similar size to a Ford Fiesta or VW Polo. Four adults can fit comfortably, with a fifth able to squeeze in for short journeys, and a handy bump in boot space over the C1. Outside, you get Citroen’s Robocop-inspired styling with optional rubberized ‘Airbumps’ to protect the doors from parking scrapes and give the C3 some SUV-inspired chunkiness.

If you use the back seats more regularly, take a look at the Citroen C4 Spacetourer. This MPV is a great choice for families with three full-size individual rear seats, each with Isofix child seat points, and a large, square boot. You’ll also appreciate neat design touches such as the big windscreen that extends up into the roof which, combined with the huge front quarter-light windows, gives nearly unbeatable forward visibility.

Picking up where the smaller Spacetourer leaves off, the Grand C4 Spacetourer offers all the same practical and clever design details as its sibling, but adds a longer wheelbase and an extra pair of seats, making it a seven seater. This package simply adds to the Spacetourer’s already-impressive list of family hauling talents.

Family buyers after a more affordable option might want to look at the Citroen Berlingo. This MPV starts with Citroen’s popular compact van platform and adds five full-sized individual seats. As an added benefit, you still get a very van-like cargo area that can easily swallow pushchairs, suitcases or anything else you can throw at it. There’s even an electric version for zero-emission family motoring.

 

Which Citroen models are SUVs?

Citroen is a relatively recent contender in the SUV space but has already released a selection of off-road-inspired models.

The smallest SUV in the Citroen lineup is the C3 Aircross. This car borrows most of the same parts and engines from the regular C3 hatchback, but fits them into a taller SUV bodyshape. The extra roof height makes this model a better choice for parents trying to manoeuvre children into their seats without bumping their heads.

Blurring the lines between SUV and hatchback is the Citroen C4. This practical five-seater apes the taller, chunkier looks of an SUV, but is much better suited to on-road driving. You get a choice of Citroen’s efficient petrol or diesel engines, or you can select the high-tech E-C4 electric car to really slash your fuel bills.

Next up is the C4 Cactus, which is something of an oddity in Citroen’s SUV lineup. It’s bigger than the C3 Aircross but priced similarly, which might make it a better choice for buyers on a budget. The cost saving comes from Citroen’s inventive design decisions such as fitting the Cactus with a single-piece rear bench seat, a super minimal dashboard and pop-out rear windows – all of which bring the price down and save weight, helping to boost fuel economy.

At the top of the Citroen SUV range is the C5 Aircross. This is one of the most practical choices in Citroen’s lineup thanks to a spacious five-seat cabin with lots of head, leg and cargo room. To cut your running costs, the C5 Aircross comes with an optional plug-in hybrid engine that offers great acceleration and the ability to drive up to 34 miles on electric power alone.

FAQs

Looking at reliability surveys provided by the likes of Warranty Wise and ReliabilityIndex, Citroen seems to perform around the middle of the table for longevity. Keeping up with your car’s service and maintenance schedule is the best way to ensure it lasts as long as possible.

Yes, Citroen has already launched several battery-powered options across its lineup.

The plug-in selection starts with the Ami. This two-seater oddity technically counts as a quadricycle, so can only be driven on city streets and must avoid the motorway. It’s equipped with a tiny 5.5kWh battery but that’s enough to manage 46 miles on a full charge – plenty for the inner city driving tasks it was designed for.

If you’re looking for an EV that can realistically replace your fuel-powered car, move up to the Citroen E-C4. This takes the same handsome part-SUV-part-hatchback platform of the regular C4 and equips it with a 50kWh battery and 100kW electric motor for a range of up to 219 miles on a full charge.

Citroen also offers the same 50kWh battery and 100kW motor combo as the E-C4 in its compact van platform, giving you the E-Berlingo. The switch to the more practical bodystyle does drop range to around 160 miles on a full charge, but family buyers will appreciate the acres of space on offer.

EAT8 is the Citroen brand name for its automatic transmissions so, if you see a Citroen sold as an EAT8 model, it’ll change gears for you. Fact fans among you will be pleased to know the name stands for Efficient Automatic Transmission with eight speeds.

PureTech is the brand name Citroen uses for its range of efficient petrol engines. All use turbocharging to generate more power while also reducing their fuel consumption.

BlueHDi is Citroen-speak for its diesel engine options. Consider one of these engine choices if you regularly travel longer distances or if you might need to tow a trailer.

DS is a badge used by Citroen throughout the years to mark out particularly luxurious models. DS has now been split out as its own brand to help it move further upmarket. The name calls back to the legendary Citroen DS saloon from the ‘50s and was used through the 2010s on premium Citroen models before becoming a lineup in its own right.

Of course! Motorpoint offers finance options on all its nearly new Citroen models, with a choice of both hire purchase (HP) and personal contract purchase (PCP) packages.