Citroën’s SUV goes soft, but not on its rivals
The C5 Aircross’s curves are refreshing when so many SUVs take a more angular approach, writes Dave Humphreys
The arrival of the Citroën C5 Aircross will be as welcomed by the French company’s dealers in Ireland as its customers. Until now, it has been one of the few brands without representation in the highly competitive mid-sized SUV market.
The C5 Aircross’s styling continues the familial look that has seen the Citroën range transform over the last two years. A high front and bisected headlights give the C5 Aircross quite...
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