Since 1919, when it was founded by Andre Citroën, Citroën cars have pioneered new approaches to design and engineering. With their creative technology, great aesthetics and consistent performance, Citroën's cars are now a common sight on UK roads and around the world. Popular, reliable and desirable, they seem to have a model in their range to appeal to most motorists.
*Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Citroen models. This also includes an average car insurance price for each car across different age groups. These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 01/01/18 – 01/10/18. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.
**Information sourced from Parkers.co.uk
The Berlingo has had a facelift. It’s spacious, practical and brimming with family-friendly features. The now-called Berlingo Multispace is a five-seat people carrier for buyers on a budget.
More efficient engine options and low emissions means running costs on the Multispace will also be friendly on the purse strings.
You could get insurance for around £642* if you’re aged between 31 - 45 years old.
|Specification (2008 onwards)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|VT||1.6||4 - 6||E - J|
|Feel Edition||1.6||15||B - F|
|VTR||1.6||4 - 9||C - J|
The C1 is ideal for younger drivers, as it’s small and has low running costs. You get the option of three or five doors, a seven-inch infotainment system and mirror linking technology.
On average, drivers could be looking at insurance for £551* if you’re 31 – 45 years old.
|Specification (2014 onwards)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Touch||1.0i||6||A - E|
|Feel||1.0 - 1.2||6 - 11||A - E|
|Furio||1.0 - 1.2||7 - 12||A - E|
|Flair||1.2 - 1.2||7 - 12||A - E|
Its typically small engine has helped to keep the C2 in relatively low insurance groups, and has kept emissions down too, meaning low tax bands.
This helped the C2 build its reputation as one of the best value, small, stylish cars on the market during its production years.
Insurance costs on this car could be £776* if you’re aged 31 - 45, based on previous quotes.
|Specification (03 - 09)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Vibe||1.1 - 1.4||3 - 6||C - E|
|Design||1.1 - 1.4||3 - 6||B - F|
|SX||1.1 - 1.4||4 - 7||B - F|
|Furio||1.1-1.4||3-6||B - F|
The C3 comes in a huge variety of different models, each with its own gadgets, engine specifications and types. This not only means the C3 caters to a range of tastes, but also that it can fall into several potential insurance groups.
On average, 36 - 50 year olds could get insurance for £589*.
|Specification (2017 onwards)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Touch||1.2 - 1.6||8 - 16||A - F|
|Feel||1.2 - 1.6||8 - 20||A - F|
|Flair||1.2 - 1.6||10 - 20||A - F|
|Flair Nav Edition||1.2||10||F|
If you’re aged between 26 - 40 you could get insurance for around £808* based on previous quotes.
|Specification (2011 onwards)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Edition||1.2 - 1.6||19 - 22||E - G|
|Platinum||1.2 - 1.6||19 - 26||E - G|
|VTR||1.4 - 1.6||12 - 15||B - E|
|Touch||1.2 - 1.6||16 - 20||A - G|
The C5 is a stylish family car, available in several different body types and engine configurations, designed to be more refined than many of its competitors while still offering a range of options and extras.
Insurance costs for this car could be around £739* if you’re 36 - 50 years old, depending on your personal circumstances.
|Specification (2008 onwards)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|SX||1.6 - 2.0||18 - 23||E - J|
|VTR||1.6||20||C - E|
|VTR+ Nav||1.6 - 2.2||20 - 28||C - K|
|Exclusive||2.0 - 3.0||20 - 35||B - K|
The C4 Cactus has steered away from the SUV market and now identifies as a hatchback, putting itself in a more mainstream market.
Its unique look gives this car character and has a big focus on driving comfort. Insurance could be around £576* if you’re aged 31 - 50.
|Specification (14 - 18)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|Touch||1.2 - 1.6||9 - 18||A - F|
|Feel||1.2 - 1.6||7 - 18||A - F|
|Rip Curl||1.2 - 1.6||15 - 19||A - E|
|Flair||1.2 - 1.6||8 - 18||A - G|
Before the DS3 was rebadged for Datsun, Citroen launched the car into the competitive supermini market. Competing against the likes of the Mini, Alfa Romeo MiTo and Audi A1, Citroën tried to design a small, compact family car which is cheap to insure and run.
On average, 31 - 45 year olds could get insurance premiums for £572*.
|Specification (10 - 15)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|DSign||1.2 - 1.4||9 - 13||B - E|
|DStyle||1.2 - 1.6
||15-19||A - G|
|WHI||1.6||15-16||B - E|
|BLA||1.6||15- 1 6||B - E|
|DSport||1.6||18 - 26||A - G|
The DS4 is a compact family car based on the C4, but with a sportier driving experience and a sloping, coupé-style roof. Production with Citroen stopped in 2015 when it was rebadged as Datsun.
Drivers aged between 36 - 50 could get insurance for around £552*.
|Specification (11 - 15)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|DSign||1.6||14 - 18||C - F|
|DStyle||1.6 - 2.0||15 - 23||C - I|
|DSport||1.6 - 2.0||24 - 31||C - F|
As a 5-door hatchback and family car, the DS5 has performed well since its launch by offering something new to its customers, including a stylish and unique sunroof system that gives each occupant control of their area of the car.
Its safety features could stand up well against most of its competitors, and insurance for 36 - 50 year olds could be around £585*.
Citroen stopped production of the DS5 in 2015 when it was rebadged to Datsun.
|Specification (12 - 15)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|DSign||1.6 - 2.0||18 - 29||A - G|
|DStyle||1.6 - 2.0||18 - 30||A - G|
|DSport||1.6 - 2.0||24 - 30||A - G|
The futuristic-looking C4 Picasso is practical and economical, making it a good choice for families.
With better fuel economy the C4 Picasso will also be relatively cheap to run. Drivers aged 36 - 50 could get premiums for around £559*.
|Specification (13 onwards)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|VTR||1.2 - 1.6||14 - 16||A - F|
|VTR+||1.2 - 1.6||15 - 20||A - F|
|Selection||1.6||19 - 20||A - B|
|Exclusive||1.6 - 2.0||17 - 24||A - D|
As a supermini, the Saxo found itself in one of the most competitive car markets around. With manufacturers across Europe competing with small hatchbacks to capture the young driver market, its success was largely down to its styling, reliability and low insurance groups.
You can get insurance for a Saxo for around £1,030* if you’re aged between 21 - 35.
|Specification (96 - 03)||Typical Insurance Group**|
|First||1.0i - 1.1i
||7 - 9||F|
|X||1.1i - 1.5||9||-|
**All information sourced from Parkers.co.uk