The new Citroen Nemo Multispace is on sale now, with prices starting from £9995.
Buyers have two engine options to choose from - either a 75bhp 1.4 petrol or a 70bhp 1.4 diesel.
The petrol version is the cheapest option. It's capable of 42.2mpg and CO2 emissions are 165g/km, which means it will cost £150 a year in road tax.
For a premium of £1000, the diesel engine increases fuel economy to 62.8mpg and cuts CO2 emissions to 119g/km, so road tax will be just £35 a year.
The Nemo may look big, but it’s around the same size as a Ford Fiesta and has slightly more boot space. The rear seats can either be folded down for more space, or removed completely to create a 2500-litre load space.
Standard equipment on the single trim level includes twin sliding doors, a CD player and electric front windows. Air-conditioning is a £500 option.
The Nemo Multispace was developed in a joint venture with Fiat and Peugeot, whose versions are called the Qubo and Bipper.
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