CAR REVIEW | Citroën C4 Cactus Flaire Blue HDi 100

CAR REVIEW | Citroën C4 Cactus Flaire Blue HDi 100

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The Verdict

I’m at a loss with the Cactus revamp. By losing the mid panel air bumps and smoothing off the edges, it takes away the fundamental designs that made the Cactus unique. You could almost call this the Citroen concept car for the road. It’s still a good car, just lacks the stand out feature it once had.

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Instead of the looks making it different from the crowd it’s now that ride that is where the magic is. It’s good and I give it the big thumbs up.


What I can’t accept is the build quality. While the inside is well put together, it’s the paint on the outside that isn’t. We noticed unpainted areas within the boot shut, tailgate and A-post. For the £20k asking price, this is unacceptable. With that said I had no trouble selling this to a friend who has one of the first. A returning customer says it all really.

  • Likes
  • Engine willingness
  • Ride
  • New front
  • Loathes
  • Paint quality
  • Delayed screen wash wipe
  • Toned down looks
  • The Lowdown
  • Car – Citroën C4 Cactus Flaire Blue HDi 100
  • Price – £22,200 (as tested)
  • MPG – 76.3 (combined)
  • Power – 100 bhp
  • 0-62mph – 10.7 seconds
  • Top Speed – 114 mph
  • Co2 – 96 (g/km)