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I Have No Plans To Buy Another Car

As a motoring writer I am privileged to have regular access to many cars from many manufacturers. Almost every week that passes will find me in a different motor with a few other one day drives thrown into the equation. I can see that it is in some ways an enviable position to be in and for that I am grateful; but this good fortune is not the reason why I have no plans to buy another car. Continue reading

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The New (Citroen) DS5 – C’est Magnifique.

I know I’ve said it before, but I like a Citroen. In fact, I own one and I’m very happy with it so I’m always pleased to receive them for evaluation. When Citroen added the DS sub-brand a few years ago it was, they said, designed to “express French style and luxury with beautiful details and exceptional quality”. Essentially, when you get past the usual automotive hyperbole, this means they wanted an upmarket version of their cars. Just like this DS5. Continue reading

Review: The Engaging Citroen C4 Cactus

As a rule I am generally averse to cars being named after other things. You might recall the Ford Probe which sounded somehow… invasive. Then there’s the Dodge Swinger which has too many connotations to contemplate. Obviously there are always exceptions to rules as demonstrated by the Porsche Cayman and now, there’s the Citroen Cactus. Continue reading

Introducing the New DS 5

The Citroen DS range of cars is no more. Welcome to the DS range of cars. The new DS 5 flagship model introduces the brand’s stand-alone identity. It gains an impressive new front end and numerous other revisions that make it a true DS, previously a sub-brand defined by its avant-garde styling. The new car combines dynamic performance, refinement and attention to detail with a range of advanced technologies. It embodies, say DS, all the attributes of present and future DS vehicles. Continue reading

Citroen Grand Picasso – Light, Bright and Versatile

It’s a known fact that I like Citroen cars. Indeed, I even own one, but sadly it doesn’t get used much because of all the visiting motors taking up my time. To cheer it up during its lonely vigil, this last week saw the arrival of it’s bigger, smarter brother, the seven-seat Grand Picasso – in this case sporting a range-topping Exclusive+ trim pack. Continue reading