But just because it looks good doesn’t mean that Citroen ignored the practical side of the car. On the contrary, the French carmaker promises that the 4.08m long, 1.73m wide and 1.62m tall C3 Picasso will offer best in class passenger space. Citroen also says that with 500-litres under the parcel shelf, the C3 Picasso’s boot is one of the biggest in the segment, and with the rear bench down this aperture increases to an expansive 1,506-litres. -Continued
Citroen’s smallest MPV features a removable boot floor which can be positioned at two different levels, split-folding rear seats that slide independently and heaps of practical storage solutions like cubby holes, pen holders, non-slip surfaces and even a map holder – a place for each object and passenger. The glove box is ventilated on air-conditioned models and aircraft-style trays can also be installed in the rear with reading lights and cup holders.
The C3 Picasso will be offered with two petrol units developing 95 and 120 HP -both from the new-generation of engines developed in partnership with BMW, and two diesel units, the HDi 90 HP and HDi 110 HP DPFS.