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Citroën overview

Citroën (pronounced Si-truhn) is a French automotive manufacturer that was founded by engineer André Citroën in March 1919. His vision was to create an affordable car that was low maintenance – and this was realised in the 10 HP Type A model. Ten years on, Citroën had become the leading French and European manufacturer, and in 1948 it launched one of its most iconic cars – the 2CV. The brand was taken over by PSA Group in 1976 and celebrated its centenary in 2019. Two years later, it was acquired by Stellantis.

Since its inception, the brand has stood for bold style and innovation. Its vehicles are strikingly designed, making use of innovations such as Airbump – flexible panels that help to protect models like the C4 Cactus from scratches and dents. Other pioneering features introduced by the manufacturer include fully active suspension, which debuted in 2006 on the C6 model.

A frontrunner in electric vehicle development, Citroën has numerous plug-in hybrid and electric models, including the ë-C4, ë-Berlingo Electric and C5 X plug-in hybrid. Its UK brand philosophy, Power to the People, reflects its commitment to making electrified vehicles accessible to all.


Popular Citroën models

Introduced in 2002, the Citroën C3 is a supermini that replaced the Saxo as one of the brand’s compact cars. With its curvy styling and efficient engine options, this hatchback is ideal for urban driving. It also appeals to those who prize personalisation, offering a range of paint colours, contrasting roof shades and interior trims. In May 2021, total production of C3 models exceeded 4.5 million. The C3 Aircross arrived on UK roads in 2017 as a subcompact crossover variant of the popular C3. It provides a comfy ride and plenty of practicality for young families.

A compact car first launched in 2004, the Citroën C4 originally came in hatchback and saloon body styles. When the third generation model arrived in 2020 it took the form of a coupé SUV and boasted an improved interior with upgraded technology. This edition replaced the C4 Cactus, which was sold from 2014 to 2020. With its distinctive Airbump panels and bold colour options, this model appealed to young families and those who liked to stand out from the crowd.

The Citroën Berlingo is a family MPV available in five- or seven-seat format. With sliding side doors, a generous boot and low running costs, it’s a great option for families and businesses.

Offering a choice of petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid power, the C5 Aircross is modern, dynamic and efficient. First available in 2019, it prioritises space, comfort and convenience – a combination that has earned it European sales of over 250,000 units.

Citroën’s C1 is a compact city car that’s perfect for daily commutes and first-time buyers looking for a nippy runaround. Produced between 2014 and 2022, it sold over one million units during its lifetime.


Manufacturer awards

As one of Europe’s longest standing manufacturers, Citroën has achieved a raft of awards for its vehicles over the decades. In 2023 alone, the automaker received the Best Large Car award for the C5 X at the Women’s World Car of the Year awards and the World Urban Car award for the C3 at the World Car Awards. In the 2023 Auto Express Driver Power survey, the Citroën C4 and ë-C4 Electric were jointly voted Car of the Year.


Citroën frequently asked questions


Who owns Citroën?

Citroën has been owned by Stellantis since 2021, having previously been part of PSA Group.

What year was Citroën founded?

Citroën was founded by André Citroën in 1919.

Who owns Citroën now?

Citroën was acquired by Stellantis in 2021, having been owned by PSA Group between 1976 and 2021.

Who makes Citroën?

Citroën is a French car manufacturer that produces Citroën vehicles. It is owned by multinational company Stellantis.

Who makes Citroën engines?

PSA Group makes the Citroën PureTech engines. Stellantis also makes engines for the brand.

Where is Citroën from?

Citroën is from France and was founded in Paris in 1919.

Where are Citroën cars made?

There are four Citroën factories in France, and others in Argentina, Brazil, India, China, Portugal, Spain, Slovakia and Turkey.

How reliable are Citroën cars?

Citroën vehicles are considered reliable based on the results of key surveys such as the What Car? Reliability Survey. Regular servicing and maintenance help to ensure cars remain reliable throughout their lifetime.

How much is a Citroën car?

The price of a used Citroën car depends on the model you choose and the year it was manufactured. Prices range from around £8,000 to upwards of £20,000.

How much is Citroën electric car?

The cost of a Citroën electric car depends on which model and trim level you choose. The Ami city car is the cheapest option. Other models include the ë-C4, ë-Berlingo Electric and ë-SpaceTourer. When buying used, prices also depend on the model year you choose.

What Citroën models are there?

Citroën has a wide variety of models from the C3, C4 and C5 lineups to the ë-Berlingo Electric and ë-SpaceTourer. Browse the used Citroën vehicles at Arnold Clark to discover a wide range of models.

What is the smallest Citroën car?

Citroën’s smallest vehicle is the Ami, an electric two-seat vehicle. The smallest passenger car in the range is the C3.

How to pronounce Citroën?

Citroën is pronounced SI-truhn, or sɪtɹəʊn using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).

What does DS stand for Citroën?

DS is an abbreviation of Different Spirit. It is also a play on words, as in French DS is pronounced ‘déesse’, which means ‘goddess’.

What does VTR stand for Citroën?

The VTR badge on Citroën vehicles denotes their powerful performance compared with other models. The acronym stands for Version Très Rapide (very quick version).

What does HDi mean Citroën?

Citroën’s HDi engine is a diesel engine. The letters ‘HDi’ stand for High-Pressure Direct Injection.

What is Citroën multicity connect?

Citroën Multicity Connect services give you access to a range of apps on the go, including Facebook, TripAdvisor and Michelin guides.

How to use Citroën sat nav?

To use the Citroën sat nav, press ‘Navigation’ to display the pain page and then press ‘Menu’ to access the secondary page. Select ‘Enter address’ and enter the details of your destination. Press ‘OK’ to select ‘Guidance criteria’ and ‘OK’ to start the navigation. If you require any further help, visit your local Citroën Arnold Clark branch today.


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Deposit £249
Term (Months) 60
Cash Price £7998
Credit Amount £7749
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