What should I look for in a used Citroën C5 AIRCROSS hatchback?
Most used examples of the C5 Aircross will still be found at major franchised dealers and should therefore still look and feel like new. Even so, so all the usual checks for damaged alloy wheels, dents and scratches.
The interior feels reasonably well made, but there are some scratchy plastics that could show some signs of wear and tear, so be on the lookout for any damage.
What are the most common problems with a used Citroën C5 AIRCROSS hatchback?
The C5 Aircross hasn’t long since entered the market, which means it wasn’t a part of the most recent What Car? Reliability Survey. Unfortunately, Citroën as a brand didn’t do particularly well, ranking 22nd out of 31, which could be a bit of a worry regarding this model's reliability.
Indeed, we experienced a few electrical gremlins and had some issues with broken interior trim when running an example during a long-term test.
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