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Citroen C3 Pluriel (2003 - on)

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Citroen C3 Pluriel Reviews

TopGear  
A cheap way into a four-seat convertible. But be careful what you wish for. Where do we start with t... Read More
TopGear  
Run away very fast. Pluriel fails to satisfy on any front unless you're the worst sort of masochist.... Read More
AutoExpress  
It might answer a load of questions that nobody really asked but you can't help but admire Citroen's... Read More
Parkers  
The C3 Pluriel is a cheap way of getting into drop-top motoring, offering quick and quirky versatili... Read More
Glass's  
Only the French could make a vehicle as wacky as the Pluriel - a supermini that can literally transf... Read More

About Citroen

Citroën has its roots in another French car manufacturer – Mors Cars. Today it is part of PSA Peugeot-Citroën group and year-on-year sells in excess of one million vehicles. In the 1980's Citroën models were increasingly Peugeot based, but in recent years Citroën has rediscovered its reputation for innovation.

Citroën was last awarded the prestigious Car of the Year award in 1990 for the Citroën XM, but in recent years it has narrowly missed out on the top spot with its C3 and C4 entrants (2003 and 2005 respectively). There has been further success for Citroën with the C4 model, having been voted 2006 World Car Design of the Year in recognition of its style and innovation.

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