CitroŽn Xsara Picasso 1.8 petrol Reviews
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Newest Review: ... than its closest rival, it was probably the best choice of people carrier that was round at the time. The servicing costs ... more
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Customer CitroŽn Xsara Picasso 1.8 petrol Reviews (7)
by - written on 05/01/01, updated on 07/04/01 (Very useful, 2498 readings)
UPDATE: No change to my views on it's motoring capability (still ace!) just one pointer for anyone thinking of buying one....Those little tables on the back of the Driver and Passenger seats...if a child around the age of 4+ decides to put their feet up on them, they break! At this point, I have no idea how much it will cost me to get it fixed, but it's darned annoying that the one on my eldest's side broke SO EASILY! ******************************************** Two days before moving from London to the North West of England, my extremely irritating Citroen BX decided to bite the dust (see opinion posted earlier!). I walked out of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/01, updated on 24/04/01 (Very useful, 888 readings)
24th April 2001 Update; I'm still driving my Picasso. Infact, now I am so used to driving it, I may as well be driving a mini, as it's so easy. I now keep a single pushchair and a tandem in the boot, and STILL have some room for the shopping. My Picasso has made longer car journey's far more tolerant for myslf and the rest of the family. With the weather now getting milder, I find the air conditioning absolutely wonderful, especially as it's so easy to overheat little ones in the car, and I hate having windows open(well it lets in all that carbon monoxide, not to mention what it does to your Barnet). So, several months down the line, I may ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/01, updated on 08/07/01 (Very useful, 1354 readings)
Our last car was a Renault Scenic and I have got to say that for us it was a disaster, the one thing we did like however was the space and versatility it gave us, so when we had to go and get a new car we had little doubt that we wanted another mpv, thankfully at this stage there was several out on the market and we had a good look around. We eyed the Citroen Picasso and where sold.. The lines of this car makes it aesthetically pleasing to look at beautiful curves and for the first time (not looking at a Mercedes Sports car - my big weakness) I actually thought That is a beautiful car. We went to have a closer look at our local car dealers and ended up with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 413 readings)
I bought a Citroen Zsara Picasso in 2002 as a result of having a baby and my Golf GTI not being a family car. At first it was hard to get used to not being able to accelerate as fast as I was used but then I did get used to driving the car. It was a very easy car to just get in and drive and although we originally bought it because it was about £3000 cheaper than its closest rival, it was probably the best choice of people carrier that was round at the time. The servicing costs are reasonable and in the nearly 8 years that I have owned the car, there have only been a couple of major faults, both of which were repaired under warranty. The first was the electric ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 159 readings)
As a serial carchanger, I purchsed a Y reg on of these in 2000 - 9 months old at the time - from the Citroen dealer in Coleford. It was in Misty Lilac, a lovel Citrion colour not a millions miles away from Silver, but with a slight lilac tinge - very nice. I owned the car for about 18 months before changing to a focus estate due to a mucky dog that liked to make a mess in the car! Looks - i think like a lot of Citrioens you either love it or hate it, but compared to the more boring looking MPV's around it had a much more fun appearance! Lots of nice curves both in and out! Not much else to say really, its a personal choice! Interior - ... Read the complete review
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