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- C3 Picasso
What is it like on the inside?
It’s funny, because while it’s a triumph of spatial packaging, Citroen has inexplicably neglected storage space in the cabin – there’s a dearth of pockets and bins for throwing discarded wet wipes and banana skins into. Didn't Citroen used to do this stuff so well?
There’s little centre console storage either, and the glove box will barely hold two nappies. Frustratingly, if you want underfloor storage, tables on the front-seat backs and sunblinds, you have to buy a top-whack Exclusive model – some families are more equal than others. You could always knock up some overhead shelves, mind, and at least the boot is appropriately proportioned with plenty of space and good access. Visibility is also excellent, making it feel extra-roomy.