The All New 2014 Citroen C4 Cactus Review

The Citroen C4 Cactus looks like a winner, not only in the desert, and moves over the tarmac like a Rolls Royce Phantom according to Top Gear.

A Cactus. Can it survive hostile environments thanks to its soft waxy skin?

Yup, the C4 Cactus has a unique solution to the biffs of hard urban life. If an errant supermarket trolley or the door of the adjacent car nerfs the side of the Cactus, it will simply bounce off. 

A Cactus. Can it survive hostile environments thanks to its soft waxy skin?
And a Cactus can survive on very little fluid?
Very admirable I’m sure. But this isn’t the Consumers’ Association site.
You’re not making it sound like much of a Top Gear kinda car.
Isn’t it a bit crossover-y?
Ethos? Sounds a bit quasi-intellectual.
That sounds like an excuse for a dull-driving blancmange.
Does ‘light’ translate to ‘noisy and tinny’?
If it’s the small platform, isn’t it cramped?
You seem to be liking it. A lot. Any downsides?
When can I get it?
You. Are. Having. A. Laugh.

Get answers to these questions and read the full review on topgear.com

Image courtesy of topgear.com

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