A fresh, modern interior and a supremely comfortable ride are just two of the strong points that won the Citroën Grand C4 Picasso our MPV of the Year award twice in its life. Big windows mean visibility is superb, making it a doddle to drive, while a range of economical engines make it cheap to run. And as a used buy, it’s even more tempting, because low prices make it superb value for money. Just avoid models with the rather jerky automatic gearbox.
We found: 2007 1.8i VTR+, 96,000 miles, £2000
And the 7-seaters to avoid…
Bland to look at and to drive, the Hyundai Trajet also feels cheap inside, rides poorly, and has noisy engines.
Not only is the Ssangyong Rodius bizarrely styled, but it’s also poorly packaged, horrid to drive, slow and thirsty.
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