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Is Citroen C2 a reliable car?

Is Citroen C2 a reliable car?

Citroen doesn’t have a sparkling record when it comes to reliability. The French manufacturer always finishes near the bottom of the table in our Reliability Surveys, and our most recent study was no exception.

Is a Citroen C2 a good first car?

The Citroen C2 carries on where its predecessor, the Saxo, left and is a neatly packaged, easy to drive and affordable small hatchback. It’s also well equipped and cheap to run, so makes an ideal choice as a first car.

What happened to the Citroen C2?

The Citroën C2 is a supermini that was produced by the French manufacturer Citroën, with production starting August 2003. It replaced the Citroën Saxo and was built at the Aulnay plant, on the outskirts of Paris. The Citroën C2 was discontinued in October 2009, and replaced by the Citroën DS3 in January 2010.

Is Citroen C2 a petrol or diesel?

Citroen C2 hatchback average fuel consumption in combined cycle for petrol engine is from 5.7 to 6.9 litres per 100km, but for diesel engine – approximately 4.1 litres per 100km. The most economical Citroen C2 petrol engine version is Citroen C2 1.4 i, consuming 5.7 litres per 100km.

How big is the boot on a Citroen C3?

300 litres
The boot is a generous 300 litres, which is larger than the VW Polo and Peugeot 208 – although the Kia Rio runs it close, but it’s trounced by the enormous 391-litre boot on the Mk5 Renault Clio. The Citroen, like the Renault, also quite a high loading lip to heft heavy shopping bags over.

What replaced the Citroen Saxo?

Citroën C2
Production ended in 2004, when it was replaced with the Citroën C2 and Citroën C3.

Does Citroen C2 have Bluetooth?

Citroen Bluetooth streaming CTACT1A2DP features Ideal for iPhone 7 and any phone with bluetooth. Bluetooth music streaming for Citroen C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C8, Berlingo, Jumpy and Synergie. Plugs into the AUX input on the original radio therefore offering high quality audio.

How reliable is a Citroën C3?

The Citroën C3 didn’t feature in the latest What Car? Reliability Survey but the brand itself finished in a middling 16th place out of 31 manufacturers. That puts it above Ford, Renault, Seat and Volkswagen, but below Hyundai, Kia, Mazda and Mini.