discontinued models

the car maker Citroën is one of pioneers in technology and design in the automotive sector. Its range of models covers almost all market segments, including electric vehicles. The Citroën the smaller the urban micro C1. In the urban segment we have Citroen C3, one of his best known models. The bulk of sales are attributed to the C4 family although with this name there are different models located in various segments.

The first is compact C4 to which the family later joined, MPV, C4 Picasso. Finally we have the C4 Cactus, the SUV with the most irreverent design offered by the firm in the world. If we have to talk about sedans, the C-Elysée and C5 make up the manufacturer's offer. The Citroen C-Elysee It has undergone a restyling that has changed its exterior design and improved its connectivity equipment.

With the Citroen C3 AirCross the French firm gets fully into the segment of urban SUVs. Defined by the brand as compact, the truth is that its exterior size fits it directly as rival of the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur or Peugeot 2008. It is based on the platform that gives life to the Citroën C3 and has a twin brother, the Opel Crossland X. In terms of design, interior quality and equipment possibilities, it takes a step forward compared to other Citroën products.

El Citroën C5 It has been active in segment D for a decade. During this time, despite its updates, it has progressively lost sales, which is why the brand has decided to withdraw it from the market without offering a substitute. In addition, the Citroën range will also soon be replaced by the urban minivan C3 Picasso and C4 Aircross Compact SUV. Their substitutes will be presented before the end of this year, so they will enjoy luscious discounts. Closing their range we have the NemoBerlingo in Multispace version and spacetourer in the case of the passenger version of the new Jumpy.

In the industrial part we have the versions intended for the work of the Nemo, Berlingo, Jumpy and Jumper. These models are the best example of Citroën's versatility when it comes to adapting to different market segments. Finally, it is worth mentioning the electric models that make up the Citroën catalog. The smallest is the urban mirco C Zero seconded by him e-Mehari. At the top we have the battery powered version of the Berlingoboth for passengers and cargo.

History of Citroen

Citroën is one of the best known manufacturers in France. It is a company that was founded in 1919 by André Citroën and is known for popularizing the front-wheel drive since 1934. Since 1974 the brand has been part of Pugeot, thus forming PSA Peugeot Citroën. The most charismatic models are the 2CV or its derivative, the Dyane 6, and the original Citroën DS. They have had models of great impact such as the AX, ZX, Saxo, Xsara, Xantia or their Picasso minivans, among other models. Citroën has been participating in the WRC for years and winning with the French driver Sébatien Loeb.

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