Citroen is a French car manufacturer and is planning to make an entry into the Indian market by next year. The first vehicle from the brand will be an SUV and it will be called Citroen C5 AirCross. The 5-seater SUV was showcased in the country few months ago. The SUV has already gone on sale in international markets. Here we have a bunch of reviews from journalists around the world. Let’s see what do they think about the new Citroen C5 AirCross. The video has been uploaded by Carwow, CarGurus UK and CarsIreland.
The first video is from Carwow. The anchor is seems pretty impressed by the looks of the SUV. What he liked even more is the practicality of the vehicle. He is quite impressed by the fact that how much storage space it had on offer and also the flexibility of the rear seats. All the seats at the rear could be individually adjusted for more comfort. It even has a great boot space and the video even shows how much luggage can it hold with rear seats down. The ride comfort and handling was also impressive. Apart from some niggles the whole car seemed to have impressed the anchor.
Next is the review from CarGurus UK. They also are very impressed with the car. In this video, anchor seems to be impressed with the frugal diesel engine. The ride comfort and the suspension set up. He is even surprised the clever bits that Citroen has added on to it. some of the negatives that both the videos have in common was the touch quality of the infotainment system. In both the videos, touch response on the screen is not that great. Apart from those small issues, Citroen has come up with a great car that stands out from others in the crowd.
Third review is from Ireland by CarsIreland.ie. Here also anchor talks about how practical the C5 AirCross is and negatives like the absence of physical switches for air-con controls and lagging touchscreen. The air cushion suspension used in the C5 ensures the smoothest ride,but at higher speeds or corners tends to make the car wobbly. The anchor however likes the C5 as a package and calls it a sensible option in the market.
When launched in India next year, the Citroen C5 AirCross will take on the likes of the Jeep Compass, Tata Harrier, MG Hector and Kia Seltos in the mid-size SUV segment.