Citroen is known for smart engineering, clever engineering, and its famed quirkiness. The three come together with the C4 Cactus and it’s a car with something out of the ordinary. The smooth, organic, rounded, Cactus features Airbumps. Simple in concept and execution, they’re poly-urethane pockets filled with air. Made from TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) grade Elastollan […]Read More Car Review: 2018 Citroen C4 Cactus.
Heading into the 2018 market, a number of companies have released details of updates and changes to key models. Haval. The Chinese brand has been maligned for its safety factor in its vehicles however the H2 has been given a five star rating by ANCAP, the Australia New Car Assessment Program. Haval Australia’s Chief Marketing […]Read More Updates For Jaguar, Haval, Hyundai, and Citroen.
Citroën first released the Picasso in 2009 and have released two updated models in 2015, the Picasso (five seater) and Grand Picasso (seven seater). Rebodied, revamped, and re-engined, A Wheel Thing wonders why there’s not more of them on the road.The version tested, the five seat version, came with a 1.6 litre tubo four, with […]Read More 2016 Citroën Picasso: Car Review
It’s been not uncommon for car makers to utilise other companies products in order to help penetrate a market or save on development/manufacturing costs. Peugeot and, in A Wheel Thing’s review car’s case, the Citroen C4 Aircross, use the Mitsubishi ASX. The car is wrapped around the 2.0L petrol engine and CVT gearbox, with flappy […]Read More Crossed Over: Citroen C4 Aircross