Citroën has a long history of making popular small cars, with 2CV, manufactured from 1948 until 1990, being the most iconic. While 2CV – the original supermini – has become a modern classic, Citroën have continued to produce quality small cars which are proving popular for their practicality, great fuel economy, low emissions and stylish good looks.
The small car has increased in popularity, especially with rising fuel prices and an increase in urban living across the UK. With most small cars now able to carry five adults in comfort, they are becoming popular for families as well as singles and couples. Improvements in safety features in small car models - such as three-point seat belts for all passengers and multiple airbags - mean more drivers are feeling comfortable and assured in small cars, dispelling the myth that more metal always means more safety.
Helping you to achieve precise, bump-free parking manoeuvres in the tightest spaces, the reversing camera displays clear images on the touchscreen of your vehicle.
Connect your smartphone to enjoy Mirror Screen, which allows you to control your smartphone and applications using the touchscreen. Mirror Screen is available with Apple Carplay™, Android Auto and MirrorLink®.
Hill Start Assist holds the car for 2 seconds when you pull away on steep inclines, giving you time to pull away safetly and smoothly.
Convenient and secure, this system allows you to lock, unlock and start your Citroën while keeping the electronic key in your pocket or bag. The car even recognises you as you approach.
(Please note, some specification may be dependant on model and trim)
This emergency braking technology is designed to detect both fixed or moving obstacles as well as pedestrians. If the system detects a collision risk, it sends a clear warning and if the driver doesn’t respond it automatically applies the brakes.
If the car crosses a solid or intermittent white line without the indicator being used, Lane Departure Warning System automatically alerts the driver with both audible and visual signals.