It doesn’t really do sharp handling, it’s not quite big enough to match the best in class for practicality, nor does it come with seven seats. Yet don’t overlook the C5 Aircross if those limitations don’t worry you, because it has a lot of other things going for it; its ride is superb on most roads, it cruises along supremely quietly, it has a reasonable purchase price and very reasonable running costs.get the best price
The recommendable entry model comes with an infotainment package featuring an 8.0in touchscreen, DAB radio, Bluetooth and smartphone mirroring. You also get a 12.3in digital instrument pack, rear parking sensors, electric windows (front and rear), automatic lights and wipers, dual-zone climate control and 17in alloy wheels. Safety-wise it comes with automatic emergency braking, lane assist and blind spot assist.
Engine: 1.2 PureTech 130
Comes with either a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic gearbox. Likely to be our favourite when you balance running costs with performance, but so far we’ve not driven it in the C5 Aircross.