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Should I buy a Citroen?
By Martin Pratt
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Should you consider a Citroën the next time you buy a new car? Read our overview to find out more about the Citroën brand.
French brand Citroën used to be famous for its quirky and idiosyncratic designs. Having gone through a long period of selling much more conventional - even boring - cars, it seems to be rediscovering its design flair.
The original C4 Cactus, with its Lego-like side panels, certainly turned heads when it was launched. Whereas the chunky C3 and C3 Aircross both resemble a funky child's toy car.
While these designs certainly divide opinion, at least they stand out on the road. But are Citroën cars reliable? Keep reading to find out.
Whether you need a seven-seat MPV or a nippy hatchback, you can see all our Citroen car reviews.
How reliable are Citroën cars?
Citroën cars are reliable - or so the company's reputation would have you believe. But does the reality live up to the expectation?
Every year, we run an annual car survey where tens of thousands of people tell us about their current car and how reliable it is. Based on feedback from current Citroën owners, we have reliability data for new cars aged up to three years old, and also cars aged between three and eight years old.
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Choosing the best Citroën car
Citroën is part of the PSA group, sharing many platforms and parts with Peugeot.