Is a 2004 Citroen C3 a good car?

Steering is excessively light offering no feel of the road, though the light steering makes parking a breeze. But where the diesel powered C3 comes into its own is the economy….General Comments:

Year of manufacture 2004
Reliability marks 7 / 10
Comfort marks 7 / 10
Running Costs (higher is cheaper) 9 / 10

Is Citroen C3 a reliable car?

Citroen C3 reliability Citroen isn’t generally known for bulletproof reliability and our 2021 Driver Power owner satisfaction survey saw it come 28th out of 29 brands – a very poor result. The C3 came 81st out of the 100 cars in the 2019 survey but didn’t feature in 2020 or 2021.

Is the Citroen C3 2003 a good car?

The C3 looks terrific and is a nice little car. It copes with Australian roads and has more personality and appeal than the VW Polo. It’s not as well-rounded as the Mazda2, or as hip-hop as the Honda Jazz, but it gets close to the front-runners and just squeaks into the four-star squad.

How reliable are Citroen?

Citroen’s 62% Warranty Wise reliability rating puts it just below the mid-point on our list. And, the claim data suggests you won’t have to fork out too much if your Citroen does end up needing a trip to your nearest garage.

Is a Citroen C3 a good first car?

Citroën’s C3 was praised for being reliable, safe, easy to drive, affordable to run and easy to live with. David Motton, FirstCar’s Editor, said; “The C3 is a car that instructors will enjoy driving and their pupils will be excited to learn in.

Does a Citroën C3 have a Cambelt?

Citroen recommends changing the cam belt for a C3 1.4 HDi at 150,000 miles.

Are Citroen C3 parts expensive?

Citroën C3 1.2 Feel Even its pollen (cabin air) filter is extravagantly expensive, and costs almost 4 times more than the cheapest of its opponents (again, the Ford Figo); and its brake components are also on the upper end of the spectrum.