Citroen

7.2
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The average score of all new Citroen models on sale.
£8,715 - £35,405
RRP
£4,400
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16 Citroen models

AVG. SAVING £4,300
7.2
RRP £16,190 - £20,345
Practical and flexible van-based MPV
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AVG. SAVING £1,600
6.6
RRP £8,715 - £12,545
French city car is as fun as it is cheap
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AVG. SAVING £1,700
7.3
RRP £12,055 - £12,995
Quirky French city car gets a funky convertible roof
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AVG. SAVING £1,400
7.6
RRP £10,995 - £17,095
Quirky supermini is a breath of fresh air
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AVG. SAVING £6,200
8.0
RRP £16,975 - £19,040
Practical, spacious and economical people mover
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AVG. SAVING £6,200
6.4
RRP £15,595 - £21,550
Spacious family car is comfy and competitively priced
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AVG. SAVING £3,700
7.6
RRP £13,260 - £20,765
A comfortable and quirky small crossover
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AVG. SAVING £5,200
8.0
RRP £22,475 - £29,900
Stylish, comfortable and spacious seven-seater MPV
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AVG. SAVING £4,300
7.2
RRP £20,175 - £28,200
One of the finest five-seater MPVs on the market
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AVG. SAVING £4,200
7.7
RRP £14,735 - £21,985
Trendy hatchback still has its merits
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AVG. SAVING £4,600
7.0
RRP £18,935 - £25,785
Stylish and practical convertible
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AVG. SAVING £4,200
7.0
RRP £21,415 - £25,495
Hatchback is fast but less furious than rivals
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AVG. SAVING £5,300
7.2
RRP £20,495 - £30,045
Beautifully built upmarket VW Golf rival
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AVG. SAVING £5,000
5.4
RRP £22,745 - £27,495
Jacked up suspension doesn't hide DS 4's shortcomings
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AVG. SAVING £5,700
6.3
RRP £27,450 - £33,580
Stylish alternative to an executive saloon
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AVG. SAVING £6,000
8.0
RRP £28,550 - £35,405
An MPV you could live in
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About Citroen

Citroen is undergoing huge changes. The DS model range is steadily splitting into a separate brand altogether and the lightweight ethos behind the radical C4 Cactus looks set to revolutionise how the the French manufacturer builds cars in the future.

Citroen currently offers a varied range of practical vehicles to suit every budget, from the compact C1 to the spacious C5 Tourer. A good selection of MPVs including the C3 and C4 Picasso range makes choosing a car to fit your family's every need an easy task.

The DS sub-brand aims to take Citroen into more up-market territory, offering prospective buyers a more stylish and characterful alternative to the Volkswagen Golf. The DS3, DS4 and DS5 are all quite practical and very well built – which Citroen hopes will make them appeal to those looking not just for style, but substance, too.