Citroën

Citroën is a major French car manufacturer and is part of Groupe PSA. Citroën also has a successful motorsport history, especially in the WRC.

Geneva: Citroën plots crossover future

The Citroën C-Aircross Concept debuts in Geneva as ‘a new vision’ of the brand’s future SUV line, and the likely replacement for the C3 Picasso.

PSA to buy Vauxhall in €2.2bn deal

UK employees of Vauxhall are facing an uncertain future after French giant PSA agreed a $2.3 billion deal to buy the brand and its German sister Opel.

Crash test issues for Fiat and Ford

FIAT and Ford have slipped behind rivals in the latest round of Euro NCAP safety tests, scoring only three of five-stars in crash tests.

Vauxhall to get new French owner?

Peugeot-Citroën parent PSA Group is in talks to buy Vauxhall and its German sister brand Opel from US giant General Motors.

Citroen C-Aircross to take on Nissan’s Juke?

The Citroën C-Aircross concept will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March, previewing a production model to rival the Nissan Juke.

Citroen C3 WRC targets rally wins

Citroen has unveiled its new World Rally Championship car, the Citroen C3 WRC, built to new regulations for the WRC that come into force in 2017.

Citroën C3 review

The new Citroen C3 adds a distinctive option to the supermini market, but not at the expense of practicality with many plusses and few minuses.

Paris Show – best of the rest

Some more highlights of the Paris Motor Show and its host of new model debuts, offering something for just about everyone

Citroën concept highlights comfort and tech

Citroën will display a concept at the Paris show in September highlighting the brand's 'Advanced Comfort' programme with much occupant-focused technology.

PSA’s ‘real world’ tests reveal MPG flaws

PSA Group has fulfilled a promise to publish ‘real world’ fuel consumption tests for its cars – and revealed the glaring inaccuracy of the industry-standard tests.

Cactus inspires bold new Citroen C3

Citroen has unveiled its all-new C3 Supermini, describing the car as ‘a fresh, bold and colourful B-segment, five-door supermini.

Model blitz to push Peugeot Citroën growth

PSA Peugeot Citroën is unveiling a new name and a new strategy that will see the launch of 35 new models by 2021.

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