Citroen C5 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Citroen C5 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
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.
Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Citroen, Ram, Aston Martin models recalled
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has announced its latest round of national safety recalls, with models from Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Citroen, Ram and Aston Martin affected.Read More
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.
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.
Used Citroen C5 review: 2008-2010
Let's face it Citroen is at best a bit player in the Australian motoring landscape.Read More
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YOU'VE almost got to wonder, who buys all those cars? To say nothing of the SUVs and commercial jiggers. Private owners and fleets bought almost 81,500 new vehicles last month. Of course, the usual ...Read More