Which C3 Picasso has the best MPG?
1.6 BlueHDi Edition 5dr - 72.4 MPG
What is the starting price for the C3 Picasso range?
RRP from £16975
Which is the fastest?
1.2 PureTech Edition 5dr - 0-62 MPH in 11.8s
What are the dimensions of a Citroen C3 Picasso?
The typical size of a C3 Picasso is 4078mm x 1766mm
What is the lowest C3 Picasso insurance group?
Citroen C3 Picasso User Reviews
|10/01/2017 14:50:56 A P Causon " i was a bit sceptical at first buying a Citroen due to a bad past experience. However replacing my Ford CMax for the Citroen was a great move, very happy with it. "|
|21/12/2016 08:29:12 colin saunders " Had 2 years now. Interior a bit creaky but less when cabin temp rises. Engine is good overall mpg good. Windscreen rubber trim is a joke. Stuck on with double sided tape. 17 inch low profile tyres make for a harsher ride. Told by dealer to reduce the pressure......really??? Basically a good quirky design and lots of space....except glove box. No spare wheel, had to purchase full size wheel. First service done by main dealer. Definitely not impressed, quick spray with grease on door hinges and door cards and seats. A real bargain at £235.00. Would I purchase again?.........No, better cars out there. "|
|26/10/2016 14:37:50 Phil Fieldhouse " A great vehicle to drive. You have comfort and reliability built into a frame that takes masses of luggage or large bulky objects. It has performance enough to safely overtake and the economy of a much smaller vehicle, superb for long trips. It's narrow stance allows perfect manoeuvrability on narrow country lanes with excellent vision for that added feel of safety. The C3 Picasso has a good solid build quality that inspires confidence and pride of ownership. "|
|25/10/2016 19:20:08 Dennis Francis " I have had my C3 Picasso from new for two months now and am very pleased with it. My local dealer offered it from new with £5K off the OTR. Not everyone’s cup of tea, my big box on wheels provides an absolutely superb driver’s view thanks to the panoramic windscreen, narrow support pillars and raised seating. It’s a joy to drive, has a smooth gear box, good power steering and safe handling. For a three cylinder turbo assist engine, it’s smooth and surprisingly powerful albeit lacking the punch of my previous car, the DS3 1.6. However, it is much quieter than either the DS3 or my car before that, the C3 Picasso 1.6HDi. I’m getting 40-45 mpg around town and 45-50 mpg on motorways, a bit less than Citroen promise but there again, on-the-road figures are usually less than the test figures provided by manufacturers. With the rear seats down, it’s cavernous and holds enormous amounts of luggage or whatever you happen to be transporting. The car has developed a rattle from the dashboard. I had it in my previous Picasso and must get around to taking it back to the dealership to take a look at. Other than that, this car suits me down to the ground. Of course, if you want to race to 60 in “n” seconds this is not the car for you but if you are shopping around, want something economical with a superb ride and loads of luggage room, give it a try! "|
|11/10/2016 19:40:10 James Moran " not as good as the old c3picasso2010 "|