A couple of days ago I admitted that I liked quirky French cars and we looked at a real no-frills car from France – the Renault Logan; if it ever reaches Australia the Logan could retail for as little as $9,500.
Today we’re going to look at another French car that certainly is quirky but it could never be described as no-frills and it sure ain’t cheap. It’s the Citroen C6 and it offers the maximum rating for passenger safety and a four star safety rating for pedestrians.
The Citroen C6 comes with your choice of a 3 litre V6 petrol engine or a 2.7 litre turbocharged diesel. This car also comes with just about every extra you could hope for fitted as standard but if you have a few dollars left over after you’ve ordered the car you can spend an extra $2,000 for an electric glass roof and $4,000 for Citroen’s in-car navigation system.
Of course, if you don’t want those extras then you can pick up the C6 for $102,000 for the petrol powered version and around $109,000 for the diesel version.