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Citroën C3 Aircross SUV adapts to all types of road, thanks to improved traction from the Grip Control with Hill Descent Assist.
C3 Aircross SUV has the most advanced modularity in its class, thanks to its 2/3-1/3 rear bench seats with folding back and front passenger seats giving an impressive 1,289 litres of load volume.
C3 Aircross SUV has various storage spaces cleverly designed for you to store everything you need for the journey ahead.
Luggage space is no problem in C3 Aircross SUV thanks to it having the largest boot in the segment. The boot is easily accessible via the large-opening tailgate and benefits from a low loading sill.
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Date : 28/05/2019Date : 11/07/2019
Just a little 'plasticy' inside, boot closing - questionable, lack of storage 'holes'.
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Date : 15/06/2019Date : 09/07/2019
A comfortable car which meets our needs for our daily use and going camping in France. The C3 Aircross is a handsome looking car with good all round visibilty. Our car is an automatic and the gera changes are almost imperceptable.
So far we are pleased with our choice.
Date : 03/06/2019Date : 08/07/2019
Love this car, love it’s looks, love it’s style, it’s a real head turner. BUT, I wish I’d bought the more powerful version. I live on the west coast of Scotland & it really struggles on the hills...we have plenty of hills.
Date : 07/06/2019Date : 26/06/2019
Only one thing lacking at the moment, Window wind deflectors, They will be very usefull in the rain when the window is open a little. Reason: When cornering in the rain with the window ajar, (open a little bit) the rain washes off the roof at a rate of knots and comes inside the car in a rush.
Otherwise a very comfortable vehicle.
Someone is bound to say `don't drive with the window open, to which I will reply `My last 8 cars since 1996 have had air control but I like the window open `.
Date : 12/06/2019Date : 17/06/2019
great car, great technology, lovely to drive.
Date : 11/06/2019Date : 11/06/2019
Really excited to drive our new car - just what we wanted!
Date : 03/05/2019Date : 08/06/2019
I must admit to being turbo-impressed by my new C3 Aircross Flair. Its higher viewpoint than my ex-Cactus is great (need to watch the speed I'm doing though), road grip and gearing exquisite, no rolling on tight bends at reasonable speed and build quality are first rate. Can't do a full review due to space but if even Clarkson gives it grudging admiration (Search Kitten Heels, Claw, Ice), we are talking seriously good. He's wrong on his "dislikes" but it's all subjective. First rate car! Bravo!
Date : 03/05/2019Date : 03/06/2019
VERY NICE CAR ENJOY DRIVING IT
Date : 01/03/2019Date : 27/05/2019
Very comfortable car with lots of room
Date : 01/03/2019Date : 26/05/2019
A great little SUV with quite a 'pockey' little engine - a really smooth gear box. My previuos car was C4 Picasso diesel and I wanted to change to petrol. One of my 'minor' criticisms of the SUV would be its lack of storage space (we were spoilt with the C4!) How much would a couple of nets on the back of the front seats cost just to put the maps and National Trust Book in!!