The Citroen’s steering is usefully light around town, so manoeuvring it at lower speeds and parking it in tight spaces is easy. Fortunately the steering gets heavier at higher speeds, too, providing a reassuring feel. Consequently motorway trips don’t require an overly firm grip on the wheel and lots of constant corrections. You don’t get the same sense of connection that you get from a Ford B-Max, but it handles in a fairly composed and easily judged fashion otherwise, making it a pleasant and easygoing companion on the road. After all, small MPVs aren’t primarily about driving fun.