The second-generation Citroen C4 took a step back from the avant-garde styling of its predecessor and settled on a more conventional, if still handsome, look.
The C3 Picasso MPV majored on quirky style, making what could otherwise be a forgettable shape quite fun and interesting.
The Xsara Picasso cornered a healthy section of the burgeoning MPV market thanks to a roomy cabin, easy-going driving experience and temptingly low prices.
The DS4 is a Citroen C4-derived hatchback that the company somewhat ambitiously refers to as a coupe.
Citroen’s big saloon majors on space and comfort and is more reliable than you might think.
Citroen’s quick-and-easy entry to the SUV market made for a surprisingly rugged and practical family 4x4.
Citroen’s second generation people carrier introduced some much needed style and flair to the segment.
Citroen’s rival to the BMW 3 Series has since gone on to create its own standalone brand. It’s flawed, but a very affordable way to get some luxury motoring on your driveway.
Citroen's van with windows, but one not without some hints of Gallic charm. Hugely practical too.
For people looking for an alternative to the ubiquitous MINI then the Citroen DS3 could be just the thing.