For The massive space and the flexible, user-friendly seating makes the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso one of the most practical family-ferries you can buy. Interior quality is good and forward vision is excellent.
Against Sloppy body control and remote steering mean the Picasso isn't great to drive, and the unconventional dash layout isn't the clearest.
The Citroen Grand C4 Picasso is a brilliant MPV, with lots of space and a fiendishly clever cabin. Unfortunately, it’s not so impressive on the road.
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There's a lot to like about the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso. From its bang-up-to-date looks and well-thought-out cabin design to fine diesel engines and seven seats that can be slid back and forth to vary kneeroom, the Grand Picasso is a good bet for families who need plenty of space and versatility.
There’s still a bit of boot space with all seven seats in place, and most of them can be dropped to give a huge, flat loadbay.
The 1.6- and 2.0-litre diesel engines are reasonable for economy (particularly the 1.6 eHDi unit that comes with a stop/start system), and they also provide good low- and mid-rev response. The automatic gearbox has a jerky action as it moves between gears, so is best avoided.
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The 1.6 diesel is our pick of the engine line-up, and we think VTR+ is worth the extra over VTR, making this our favourite model.