Citroen

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Citroen, founded by Andre-Gustave Citroen in 1919, is called one of the first mass-production car companies outside of the United States. In eight short years, the company had become Europe’s largest car manufacturer.

Like many car manufacturers that were around in World War II, Citroen was deeply impacted by the war movement. It was used solely by German occupation forces in France. It wasn’t until 1948 that Citroen was able to show off a new model: the 2CV. That’s not to say that the wait was not worth it - the car would continue to be in production until 1990.

The French company spent a considerable amount of time developing aerodynamic (and potentially fuel saving) designs and was using wind tunnels to test their designs in the 1950s. They were also the pioneers of the modern way that sales and service networks are setup in the automobile industry.

Other innovations for the company include producing the first hydropneumatic self-levelling suspension system in 1954, the first European production car with disc brakes in 1955, and the first swivelling headlights allowing for greater visibility on winding roads in 1967.

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Citroen C3

Citroen C3 tyres

The Citroen C3 is a supermini car that has been produced since 2002. It was designed by Donato Coco and Jean-Pierre Ploue. The wheelbase for the vehicle is 2,450 millimetres. Some versions of this vehicle feature a start-stop system that conserves fuel by shutting off the engine when it’s unneeded and then quickly restarts.

This model is factory fitted with Michelin Energy tyres. Suitable replacement options for Citroen tyres would be the eco-friendly Conti Eco Contact or the Kumho Ecsta KU31.

Citroen C4

Citroen C4 tyres

The Citroen C4 is a small family car that began production in 2004. The C4 was awarded second place in the 2005 European Car of the Year awards. It comes in three different configurations: three door coupe, five door hatchback and four door sedan. It has a wheelbase of 2,608 millimetres and the sedan has a wheelbase of 2,710

millimetres.

It comes factory fitted with Michelin Energy Citroen tyres. The ContiEco Contact tyre is an eco-friendly replacement option, or the Continental Sport Contact 3 or Vredestein Sportrac 3 are high performance options.

Citroen Xsara Picasso

Citroen Xsara Picasso tyres

In 1999, Citroen introduced the Xsara Picasso, a five door compact MPV. The name was licensed from the artist Pablo Picasso’s family which gave the car’s launch buzz due to disagreements within the Picasso family over their name usage. The controversy was despite the fact that Picasso was already linked with the car company because he painted one of their most popular model cars in the 1960s. The wheelbase of the vehicle is 2,760 millimetres. This particular model was the best-selling multi-purpose vehicle and compact MPV in the United Kingdom.

Suitable replacement Citroen tyres for this model include the Goodyear Duragrip, the Pirelli P6, the Michelin Pilot Primacy and the Kumho Ecsta KU31.

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Customers who own a Citroen left the following reviews for the tyres they bought

Paul - 03/04/2016

CITROEN BERLINGO MULTIS 01560


John beck - 03/04/2016

Citroen C1 998


Jason Chilton - 10/02/2016

CITROEN C4 01560
These tyres are truly excellent tyres. These replaced some Pirelli tyres and previously i have stuck to Kumhos. These are a world away from how good the Cross-Climate tyres are. They definitely provide a greater level of grip in wet conditions and seem to be quieter than the Perilli's I had before them. I cannot comment on tyre wear yet as I haven't done enough miles to comment.


Arwel Bell - 04/02/2016

CITROEN C4 01560


Martin Donohue - 27/01/2016

CITROEN C4 PICASSO 01560