Citroen C2 (2003-2009)
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- Used only
- Petrol/Diesel/Mild hybrid
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The Citroën C2 was the successor to the old Saxo. It was a budget model that slotted in between the tiny C1 city car and the slightly larger C3 in the Citroën range but was only sold in the UK between 2003 and 2009. A small, fun-to-drive hatchback, it was popular among younger drivers. Find out if it's still worth buying in our full road test review.Sign up or Log in to see full overview.
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