New Citroen Cars

  • New Citroen Berlingo Multispace
  • New Citroen C Zero
  • New Citroen C1
  • New Citroen C3
  • New Citroen C3 Picasso
  • New Citroen C4
  • New Citroen C4 Cactus
  • New Citroen C4 Picasso
  • New Citroen C5
  • New Citroen DS3
  • New Citroen Grand C4 Picasso
  • New Citroen Space Tourer

New Citroen Car Reviews: Our Verdict

Five years on from the arrival of Citroen’s second generation C4, the small family hatch has been whipped into shape with new more efficient engines, new technology and a minor cosmetic tidy-up.  N...

Review: Citroen C4 2015

Five years on from the arrival of Citroen’s second generation C4, the small family hatch has been whipped into shape with new more efficient engines, new technology and a minor cosmetic tidy-up. N...

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The DS sub-division has been something of a success for Citroen, with the Mini-rivalling DS 3 a frequent sight and the larger DS 5 falling into the ‘you see a few about’ category. That being so, Ci...

First Drive Review: DS 5 2015

The DS sub-division has been something of a success for Citroen, with the Mini-rivalling DS 3 a frequent sight and the larger DS 5 falling into the ‘you see a few about’ category. That being so, Ci...

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New Citroen Car Reviews: Your Verdict

Average 3 Stars out of 662 Reviews

Citroen Berlingo First2008 - 2009

Robert Hamon Hampshire

3000 rpm gives 85-90 mph. It goes like a train, inexpensive to repair and simple to repair. I don’t believe the 1.6 is as active. I continually get 47- 52 mpg AND only group 5 insurance! I don’t know why people waste their money on expensive estate cars for a little leather and some chrome circles!

Citroen Berlingo First2008 - 2009

Jacob Dulson Staffordshire

This is the best van ever. I’ve had a fiddle with the throttle wires so now the throttle response is proper quick. It’s quite a fast van aswell, it’ll do about 110 no problem and cruise at 90 on the motorway all day long. This van only has 90bhp, but I treat it like it it has 150bhp and it has never failed. This van has two massive bass speakers inside and I play my music at full blast and they have never failed and the seats are indulgent, you just sink into them. I am finishing the company I am currently working for soon and I’ll very sad when I have to give my van back to my boss.

Citroen Berlingo Multispace1998 - 2002

Brian Reddington Lancashire

We have the 2009 Berlingo Multispace and find it very good to drive, it is comfy and has plenty of room. I’m very happy with the performance and the fuel economy. The suspension is a bit noisy and clunky on rough roads but generally smooth. The luggage space is very good - it takes everything we fling at it.

Citroen Berlingo Multispace1998 - 2002

Mac McLaren Devon

Bought vehicle two years ago when I retired. I lecture in maritime subjects around UK and find it ideal as a load carrier, comfortable to drive and economical(53 mpg). I keep it serviced more regularly than operators manual and it’s proved reliable. I changed the tyres to obviate some road noise, but can recommend coating rear wheel arches in bitumen(umpteen coats). No need to remove any trim(just panel where jack is placed)The difference is incredible..all for the sake of one tin of high quality bitumen. If you chose to do this one word of caution; when I drove it to test result, with windows closed, the fumes from the bitumen were overpowering. The smell disappeared within a couple days.

Citroen Berlingo Multispace1998 - 2002

Paul Hopgood Sussex

I bought my first Berlingo in 2005, a used 2002 with 18k on the clock, I traded it in with 108k on the clock and hardly spent a penny on it apart from service etc. A brilliant MPV. I have now bought a 2008 Berlingo with 11k on the clock and just as pleased with it. I just hope it lasts as well as the old one.

Citroen Berlingo Multispace1998 - 2002

Celia Lai Bedfordshire

I have had my 2003 Berlingo since new and have been very happy with it on the whole. I am now thinking of replacing it with an ultra economically fuel efficient car. Unfortunately, most cars giving more than 70mpg are either much more expensive to buy and considerably smaller and I am not sure if I can compromise on space as it has been very valuable to me over the last 7 years. I also love the high driving position and my mother who is in her 70’s finds it very easy to get in and out of which is another bonus. At the moment I am managing to squeeze an average of between 37 and 42 mpg out of the engine with mixed driving.