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Citroen C5 Pricing and Specs

2020 Citroen C5

2020

From $39,990

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

2001 to 2019

$2,200 - 55,660

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Year Price From Price To
2020 $39,990 $43,990
2019 $30,700 $44,330
2018 $36,000 $55,660
2017 $34,320 $48,840
2016 $18,800 $34,320
2015 $15,400 $30,580
2014 $11,000 $28,600
2013 $7,500 $25,630
2012 $6,500 $20,350
2011 $7,800 $15,620
2010 $6,000 $15,400
2009 $5,800 $11,770
2008 $5,100 $12,320
2007 $3,100 $10,340
2006 $2,800 $8,030
2005 $2,400 $9,020
2004 $2,400 $9,020
2003 $2,400 $8,800
2002 $2,400 $7,040
2001 $2,200 $7,040
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Citroen C5 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Citroen C5 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Feedback on Citroen review

    Kia's great reputation here goes back more than a decade, Citroen is still challenging for respect from mainstream car buyers. Saying that one brand is more trustworthy does not remotely imply that the other is not.

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  • Citroen C5 a good buy?

    European cars are generally more expensive to service, and tend to need more repairs as they get older and the kays climb. The Citroen is no more or less reliable than any of the other European brands, it doesn't have any glaring flaws that should be on concern to you, but it's worth getting a Citroen specialist to check any car you are considering buying. It's definitely recommended that you get an independent Citroen specialist to service the car, and it would be worth consulting a Citroen car club to get their recommendations on the person you choose to service your car.

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  • How much is my Citroen?

    As a trade-in it would be worth $2500-$4000, if you were to sell it privately it would be worth $4500-$6500.

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