Citroen C-Crosser Estate 2007-2012

Citroen C-Crosser Estate 2007-2012

Overall Rating:
Review by Guest
Monday, May 16, 2016


"Crosser my review of this suv "

Exterior and Interior

The standard issue kit will be good enough for most people, although there is a very flash colour sat-nav and media player available as a cost option. The aftermarket unit boasts a big, touch sensitive screen and excellent sound quality. Music can be stored on the player's hard drive if you don't want to play CDs

Performance and Economy

If you're going to get an SUV, you better make it a diesel one. Although the fuel can be more expensive at the pump, you'll travel further per litre than with petrol. Luckily the C-Crosser is diesel only, which should mean sensible annual fuel and tax bills. Being well equipped - even without the sat-nav - the C-Crosser represents good value for money when up against more expensive SUV rivals

Like to Drive

Despite its tall stance, the C-Crosser behaves surprisingly well on the road. Predictably, straight-line cruising is no bother for the big Citroen. The lone 2.2-litre diesel option is powerful yet refined at speed, and helps the car maintain a relaxed pace on the motorway. In town the C-Crosser copes well with sharp direction changes and poorly surfaced roads, while on cross-country routes the car can be hustled along with impressive ease <

Faults and Repairs

Mitsubishi-sourced controls and instruments in the C-Crosser, The only negative element is the restricted access to the rearmost row of seats - ideally you need to be a small child or very agile.