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CITROEN NEMO - THE GEAR FACTOR

An automatic gearbox in a small urban van makes sense on paper but how about in the real world? Steve Walker looks at the Citroen Nemo SensoDrive.

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CITROEN RELAY - RELIABLE ANCHOR LEG

Citroen is looking to boost its share in the LCV market with this improved version of their largest van, the Relay. Jonathan Crouch reports

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CITROEN GRAND C4 PICASSO - GET THE BIGGER PIC

The revised Citroen Grand C4 Picasso proves that owning a large MPV needn't mean forgoing a certain element of style. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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CITROEN NEMO EURO5 - FRESH FISH

Citroen's Nemo has proven to be one of the best selling compact vans and the latest versions aim to keep things that way. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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CITROEN DS3 - DSIRABLE?

By Jonathan Crouch

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CITROEN DISPATCH - MENTIONED IN DISPATCHES

Citroen reckons that this third generation Dispatch van is its most important commercial vehicle introduction for two decades. Jonathan Crouch checks out what's on offer.

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CITROEN C5 - ESTATE OF THE ART

If Citroen's C5 is to succeed here, sales of the Tourer estate version are crucial. Just as well that it seems to be a stylish and accomplished product then. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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CITROEN C5 - BIG SOFTY

Unmistakably German: that, believe it or not, was the advertising strap line devised for the big promotional push of the 2008 Citroen C5. In the TV ad a blonde businessman drives the car through a German landscape backed by a Wagner soundtrack. Boris pauses only to eat some Bratwurst in a bier keller before parking up at Berlin's Brandenburg gate. The Citroen C5, a heavily accented voiceover tells us, is "unmistakably German - made in France". The intention was to underline the supposed Germanic quality of the C5, positioning it as an alternative to the increasingly popular saloons from BMW and Audi. The effect was to undermine a century of Citroen heritage, diverting attention from the reasons that people might actually buy a C5. The car is big, comfortable, well equipped and not German. It's also distinctly affordable on the used market.

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