Where are Citroën Cars Made?
Citroën is a French car manufacturer but produces cars globally.
Who Owns Citroën?
In 1976, Peugeot S.A. acquired the majority share of Citroën and formed Groupe PSA. Today Citroën cars are still manufactured under the PSA Peugeot Citroën banner.
When was Citroën Founded?
André-Gustave Citroën founded Citroën in 1919. Since then it has been responsible for several pioneering features as well as becoming the first mass-production car company outside the USA.
How Much are Citroën Cars?
Citroën produce a variety of affordable cars as well as more luxury models. Browse our available second hand Citroëns today to find a great deal.
What are the most popular used Citroen cars?
Citroen C3 - The Citroën C3 may technically be a small car, but it doesn't look or feel that way. Much like other models in the Citroën range, it is ideal for no-nonsense driving, especially if you're a growing family. A second hand Citroën C3 has a max speed between 105 and 123mph. The RRP of a Citroën C3 starts at £15,310. But better options can be found in the used car market from one our trusted used car dealers.
Citroen C3 Picasso - The Citroën C3 Picasso is one of the smallest MPVs out there. It's easy to understand why anyone would put this characterful little supermini at the top of their wish list, with its all-important family safety, modular seating arrangement and impressive fuel economy. While new Citroën C3 Picassos start from just over £12,200, our approved used car dealers can source you a second hand Citroen Picasso C3 sporty 61 plate VTR for sometimes as little as £2,000.
Citroen C4 Cactus - If you like the individual look, then browse for a used C4 Cactus that will make you stand out from the crowd. Fun, funky and quirky are all words used to describe Citroëns of old, and the C4 Cactus certainly follows that lineage. Our valued used car dealers could find you a second hand Citroen C4 Cactus for as little as £5,000, depending on condition and mileage.