For The Citroen C4 Picasso has a classy interior with space for five and a big boot, plus most versions offer low running costs.
Against Ride comfort could be better and Citroen has loaded too many functions on to the touch-screen control system.
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The Citroen C4 Picasso is a very practical and thoughtfully designed family car.
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There are 13 Citroën C4 Picasso versions available
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Most buyers will opt for the 113bhp e-HDi diesel engine, and it’s easy to see why, because it’s economical, refined and delivers good performance from almost any revs.
Those who want a stronger diesel can go for the 148bhp Blue HDi unit, but it’s pretty noisy and is an expensive option.
We’d stick with the manual gearbox, even though it hasn’t got a very nice gearshift. The ETG6 semi-automatic ’box is more efficient in terms of emissions and economy, but it’s slow and jerky, so best avoided unless you must have a two-pedal car.
The C4 Picasso is available in four trims, and you have to opt for one of the more expensive ones to get the fancy instruments shown in our pictures. However, even entry-level cars come with alloy wheels, Bluetooth and a six-speaker stereo with a USB socket.
Reader test team says:
I traded in my Hyundai i40 Tourer for the C4 Picasso Airdream Exclusive automatic. The Hyundai was a dream and I was sad to make the change, and I…
At only 5 months old, with only 2,500 miles on the clock plus two dealers warranties your think that you'd have a recipe for trouble free motoring.…
I've owned my C4 Grand Picasso Exclusive for nearly a year and am very pleased with it overall. Niggles: Low speed pick up can be embarrassing when…
Had this car just over a year now so thought this would be the perfect time to give a honest assessment. First the pros. It's a wonderfully…