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Citroen C3

Citroen C3

Overall Average Rating - 82.57%Position in the Top 100 cars - 74th

Ratings

Position in the Top 100 carsReliability: 58thBuild Quality: 85thRunning Costs: 11thPerformance: 74thBraking: 48thRide Quality: 67thHandling: 79thPracticality: 75thComfort: 67thEase of Driving: 71st

Your Quotes

“Nice and economical to run. The materials used inside feel cheap, though. And there are too many creaks and rattles after four-and-a-half years and 70,000 miles.”

Mr Jimmy Li - West Midlands

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“This car is very reliable and I have had no problems with it at all.”

Mrs Joy Allman - Stafford

“Stylish small family hatchback and cheap.”

Michael Combeer - West Midlands

“Good car for its class and cost.”

Mr Stewart Glass - Staffs

“Looks different, handles well and has surprised me. Love driving it, dashboard looks like its stuck together with some left-over chewing gum!”

Mr Robert Wilcox - Worcestershire

“The car is good value for money compared with others in it's class, but build quality is shoddy and dealership do not care once they have their money. With hindsight I wish I'd spent a little bit extra and bought a Toyota Yaris.”

Barbara Woodward - Staffs

“One of the better cars that I’ve owned. Good brakes, ride, petrol consumption. The car’s 14 months old and only has 4,000 miles on the clock. Also, the door pillars are rather thick, but you get used to that.”

Mr Terence Trollope - London

Manufacturer Verdict (Position - 23rd)

Wow! Citroen’'s in seventh heaven. While 23rd overall is hardly cause for celebration, a jump of seven places is a huge step in the right direction for the firm that found itself only seven steps from last place in 2006. Focusing its attention back on to producing design-led models that are genuinely desirable, it looks like things are on the up. However, there’'s still a long way to go...

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