Citroen has for a long time been known for being innovative, and for keeping up with the latest fashion trends when it comes to their cars, and this is true of their 2014 Citroen C3. But this hasn’t always been the case when it comes to their smaller cars. Their supermini’s have never quite been blessed with the kind of ingenuity and ambition that has been reserved for their bigger models, with the Saxo, a popular car throughout the nineties, nothing more than a renamed Peugeot 106, and the first generation C3 bland and forgettable. But all that might be about to change.
The 2014 Citroen C3 brings Citroen’s supermini’s into the 21st century with a focus on efficiency, and with a dash of innovation that’s probably as much as you can afford a practical, family-focused supermini. It’s sleeker, comes with a range of 3 cylinder pure-tech engines, puts purpose before [...]