Citroen C3 Picasso interior
The funky styling on the outside has influenced the inside too.
Quality is very good as most of the plastics have textures that are friendly to the touch. Funky forms and good-looking materials give you the impression of a premium interior but the build quality leaves much to be desired. Not only that but there’s a confusing amount of small and fiddly buttons so it’s not the most intuitive to use either.
If you hate technology the old-school interior might appeal
Frankly, the optional infotainment system isn’t worth the bother. It was alright years ago but nowadays the game is moving so fast that the system in the C3 Picasso is almost hopeless with its slow reaction times and confusing control scheme. If it was standard across the range it would have been alright but it’s a bit cheeky that Citroen wants extra money for it.
If you frequently get lost, a much better bet is to invest into a portable sat-nav.