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The Citroen C5 Aircross is distinctive in its appearance and styling, it drives well and it's comfortable too. Is it the family SUV to buy?
We know the hybrid era is approaching for WRC, but could autonomous tech help shape the rally cars' future?
Citroën is celebrating its centenary with the 19_19 Concept, a vision of future cars that draws on the previous 100 years of the company
Travel sickness is a huge problem for many, but these glasses have the solution
There's fierce competition in this segment, but if you're looking for a new small hatch, make sure you look at the Citreon C3 as well. Oh la la, you
The Grand C4 Picasso succeeds where many fail in delivering a car that's great for passengers without sacrificing all sense of fun and design. If you
The Citroën DS is heralded as a design classic. It was revolutionary at its 1955 launch, some 60 years ago. Looking to reclaim the premium heyday of F...
Every so often a car comes along that causes people to stop and stare. If you're brave enough to drive a new Citroen C4 Cactus, then there's a fair ch...
Despite its prickly-sounding name, the Citroen C4 Cactus is anything but. We first saw the Cactus as a concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013 and
Citroën has pulled the covers off its Cactus concept model at the IAA 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, revealing a car that lays the foundation for future C
A great family car, we advise waiting for the 7-seater however as it brings more space at little added cost
Citroën has launched a special edition of its C1 city car, the C1 Connexion, designed by its fans on Facebook.Back in 2012, the car manufacturer set a...
Citroën has introduced a new option for the DS4 and that's a 6-speed automatic paired with the 160bhp turbo diesel. Here it's residing in the DSport v...
The Citroën DS3 is a car that turns heads. The compact hatch brings dramatic design to Citroën's line, with the company shifting more than 200,000 DS3
Citroen makes a concept car reality, creating the stunning-looking DS5. It’s a car for people who want something a little different and delivers a
Like many concept cars we saw in Beijing, the DS Numero 9 didn’t have an interior. Why? We’re not sure. Possibly politics, because Citroën as a French
Like so many concept cars, you're not going to see this Lacoste tie-in rolling down your local high street any time soon. Really, this car is designed
Citroen ‘blings-up’ and jacks-up the family car, then pushes it upmarket under its new ‘DS’ sub-brand. Whether you’ll like it or not depends