Car reviews - Citroen - Grand C4 Picasso
The Grand C4 Picasso is the Citroen that should lessen the need for a medium SUV
6 Feb 2019
HUMANS have become unendingly smarter, pushing forward with engineering and technology that would have seemed impossible in years past. But humans can also be selfish, with our sheer wants often trumping our needs. It really must explain why the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso is so unpopular.
Given how little impact its current hatchback range and this people mover have made locally, Citroen is actually preparing to re-launch its brand in Australia in the middle of next year, when the Subaru XV-rivalling C3 Aircross and Mazda CX-5-challenging C5 Aircross arrive on our shores.
That new SUV duo are what buyers apparently want, even if the likes of this three-year old, but recently facelifted, Grand C4 Picasso could be all that a family buyer needs.
Now cheaper than before – priced like a medium SUV but with the bonus of seven seats instead of five – and with a new engine that delivers sparkling fuel efficiency owing to a lighter kerb weight than the CX-5 breed, on-paper this Cit really looks like it should be a sales hit.
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Model release date: 1 March 2018
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