Citroen is looking to boost its share in the LCV market with this improved version of their largest van, the Relay. Andy Enright reports
An automatic gearbox in a small urban van makes sense on paper but how about in the real world? Steve Walker looks at the Citroen Nemo SensoDrive.
Does the cheapest MPV in Citroen's stable makes sense with the pricier diesel engine? Steve Walker reports.
Citroen's Nemo has proven to be one of the best selling compact vans and the latest versions aim to keep things that way. Andy Enright reports.
The Citroen Grand C4 Picasso proves that owning a large MPV needn't mean forgoing a certain element of style. Andy Enright reports.
The Citroen Dispatch gets tough in XTR+ guise. Steve Walker reports.
Nine-seater large MPVs were essentially mini-buses until cars like Citroen's Dispatch Combi came along. Having tried this huge People Carrier, Jonathan Crouch thinks a growing family could very happily live with it.
Is there a place for petrol in our light commercial vehicles, Citroen thinks its Dispatch 2.0i can carve out a niche with a little help. Steve Walker reports.
Citroen's clever, elegant DS5 is certainly hi-tech even before you look at one with a diesel /electric hybrid motor under the bonnet. And that's just what we're going to do here. Jonathan Crouch drives the innovative HYbrid4 version
Citroen's sleek DS5 is a car for all seasons when fitted with the muscular and economical HDi 180 engine. Andy Enright reports.
Citroen's DS5 is an interesting alternative to the usual Mercedes, BMW and Audi compact executive models. Jonathan Crouch wonders if the DS5 is a stretch too far.
The Citroen DS4 blurs the boundaries between car categories but will it prove a clear cut winner? Andy Enright looks at the petrol-powered THP 155 version.
The Citroen DS4 blurs the boundaries between car categories but will it prove a clear cut winner? Andy Enright looks at the HDi 110 version.
Citroen's five-door DS4 is a family hatch that's anything but ordinary. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Citroen's barking DS3 Racing is back, but this time it's even softer in the head. Andy Enright reports.