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Citadines: what models ;choose them? Our complete guide

Handy and practical, the city car is intended for use in everyday life. many motorists. Linternaute.com presents the latest trends in its guide.

City cars are often the best-selling cars on the market. of the automobile whether in France or abroad. abroad. Gone are the days of small, uncomfortable cars on the roads. Having become versatile, these models have kept their appearance. their strengths, they sneak all over the city while displaying, for the most part, excellent performance. done honorable wherever the city left, on the road as well as on the highways. With affordable prices, particularly for young drivers, the city car is the perfect combination of low budget and mobility. practical. On this page, Linternaute.com provides you with the best news. city ​​cars with our advice, our tests, our photo reports and presentations of the latest new products.

The Dacia Sandero is undoubtedly the best quality choice in the world. market price if you are looking for a small city car. Although its dimensions may deviate slightly on one side, the dimensions may vary slightly. A “small sedan”, the Sandero is one of the market benchmarks. Thanks to With the release of a whole new generation in 2020, the car is no longer a simple low-cost model but a versatile urban car with a very modern look. Its call price? 8690 euros for a Sandero in Access finish SCe 65 horsepower petrol engine with manual gearbox. 5 reports.

Do you want to acquire a small city car and also an electric one? More and more models are switching to this mode of operation and there is something for all tastes and prices. Between the small Renault Twingo city car, the Fiat 500 or even the brand new Dacia Spring, city car now rhymes with electric.

Who says city car, necessarily says Renault. The French manufacturer is one of the benchmarks in the automotive market. with several star models. The best known and one of the best-selling is obviously the Renault Clio which has held the top spots among the best-selling cars in France for several years. The small Renault Twingo city car is also one of the stars of the market. while the Renault Zoé, a 100% electric model, is becoming a real benchmark.

We tried to achieve this. These models or we discovered them statically during the latest tests organized by Renault or during motor shows to provide you with complete immersions.

If Renault is a reference, what can we say about the Lion brand? Slightly behind in this segment against Following the Renault Clio, Peugeot has since become a benchmark with its Peugeot 208, voted car of the year in 2019 and the best-selling car in France in 2019 and 2020.

Are you hesitating between the Peugeot 208 and the Renault Clio? Not sure what the differences are between the two vehicles? Here is our comparative file of the two most important city cars in France.

With its modern and compact models, Citroën is also a reference in France with in particular its Citroën C3 restyled in 2019 which also offers a small compact sedan look. The brand is also innovating and launching into the mini (very mini even) city car with the Citroën Ami in a 100% electric version.

We were also able to go to the meeting of a few vehicles at a distance through tests and exhibitions in order to offer you a real immersion to discover their interiors, their equipment and designs.

Apart from the French brands, the city car is ;also the heyday of foreign manufacturers. If we voluntarily put aside the Fiat 500 and the Dacia Spring, placed in the all-electric category, from Toyota to From Opel to Hyundai, the city car is a must for all brands.

Our reports and focus on foreign city cars

Thanks to ; Based on our reports, we were able to try several models or simply discover in static version the different city cars from foreign manufacturers in order to give you the best keys for a possible purchase. Find them above.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116