At a time where the MPV market was extremely tight with competition, this segment was littered with cars from Citroen that were extremely practical and really good to drive. The Picasson and Grand Picasso have all of the traits that existed in their previous MPVs - for example, it’s very practical, easy to drive and, like most of their vehicles, great value for money. The cabin is excellently laid out, with acres of space for passengers, and a large boot for luggage. The seats are quite versatile too and can be adjusted in order to increase the load capacity. Citroen were generous with the standard kit in this car too - there’s plenty of gadgets to play around with. In terms of driving, it’s an easy car to manage despite its size. It handles well, although the steering can feel a bit vague, and the ride quality is generally smooth. Visibility throughout is really good so parking shouldn’t be a problem.
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• No complaints with this car as of yet
What we like
• Like the standard Picasso, it’s distinctive and unique looking
• Huge levels of practicality. Huge cabin and boot
• There are some very economical and efficient engines to choose from