This is the Carzone.ie guide to buying a used Citroen C4 Cactus.
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.