PICASSO a masterful people-mover
C4 Picasso is a safety leader. This is not surprising, given that it is equipped with a comprehensive array of safety goodies, including front, side and curtain airbags, ABS and electronic stability control.
AT THE PUMP
Tested by Carsguide, the C4 Picasso diesel averaged 8.4 litres/100km, above the claimed average of 7.4 litres/100km, but still impressive given the size and shape of the beast.
The petrol version was claimed to average 8.9 litres/100km on the recommended premium unleaded. Citroen says you can use E10 ethanol blend.
A new Picasso will set you back $39,990-$48,990. In the used car market look at $18,000-$23,500 for base petrol model, $20,500-$26,500 for diesel and add $2000-$2500 for the Exclusive.
Not as good as the Tarago but has a great cabin with lots of useful features for the family. Definitely worth a look.