The steering wheel only adjusts for height, but most drivers will find it easy enough to make themselves comfortable because there's plenty of seat adjustment to compensate. The high driving position gives a pretty good view out, too. The dash is neat and uncluttered, and the switchgear is clearly marked and well placed.
Citroën C-CROSSER 4x4 space & practicality
Use the C-Crosser as a five-seater and you won't be disappointed. Cabin space is generous and the boot is big. Two more seats are stowed under the boot floor, but these have little padding and knee space is extremely tight – that defeats the object of offering seven seats. The boot also shrinks to miniscule proportions when the rearmost seats are up.
Citroën C-CROSSER 4x4 equipment
Even if you go for the entry-level C-Crosser, you’ll get a good amount of equipment. All cars have the two extra seats and the split tailgate, and other equipment includes climate control, alloy wheels, cruise control and automatic headlamps. Exclusive models add bigger alloy wheels, leather upholstery, an electric driver's seat and xenon headlamps with power washers.