The Current Range

Please follow the links below to navigate to the different models that are currently available (June 2013):

C-ZeroThe C-Zero has a fairly strong Japanese accent - it's a joint-development project with Mitsubishi.

C1 - A very popular city car (aka City Bug) launched in 2005 and joint-venture between PSA and Toyota.

Nemo & Multispace - A joint venture with Fiat to replace the Berlingo - however unstable in the Elk Test.

C3 (Mk2) & C3 Picasso - The most notable feature of this model is the Visiodrive panoramic windscreen.

C4 (Mk2) - Released in 2010, the new C4 (Mk2) is a totally different style to it's predecessor. 

C4 Picasso & Grand PicassoThe C4 badge extended to cover a second "Picasso"-badged people carrier.

Berlingo & Multispace (Mk2) - Released in 2007, the Mk2 was more refined than it's predecessor.

DS3 - The first of the DS Line range, the DS3 has been a popular supermini and sales are very strong.

DS4 - The second of the DS Line range, the DS4 is a small SUV with creative design & creative technologie.

DS5 - The latest of the DS Line range, the DS5 is the range leader and executive car launched in 2011.

C5 (III) - Penned as "unmistakably German", the C5 III was now in competition with the VAG group cars...

At the time of writing, in June 2013, Citroen's current range has just undergone another extensive refurbishment.

For the UK market, you have got the choice of quite a large range of cars which can be best split into three categories - the "new cars", the "DS Range" and the "new vans".

The DS Range was announced in early 2009 which stood for either Different Spirit or Distinctive Series, and these cars would run alongside the mainstream cars. 

This new series started off with the DS3 in early 2010 which was based on the floorplan of the new C3 and is another supermini. It has been a very big success for Citroen with good sales, and you can often see them on the roads with their distinctive LED DRLs (Day Running Lights).

The DS4 followed and was launched in 2011, and was penned as a unique and attractive blend of creativity, dynamism, exclusivity and versatility.

Not long after the DS4 launch, the DS5 was released in November 2011 in the compact executive car range. The design of the DS5 resembles that of a shooting-brake styling due to the mix of the estate and hatchback aesthetics, and harks back to the C-Sport Lounge concept car that was at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show.


In the "new cars" range you have the choice of the C-Zero, C1, New C3, Berlingo Multispace, C3 Picasso, C4, C4 Picasso, Grand C4 Picasso, C5 Saloon, C5 Tourer and the Dispatch Combi.

Regarding the "new vans", you have the option of the Nemo, Berlingo, Dispatch and Relay.

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