只有 歐陸銷售版本 才是 6 SRS
會買的人真的要很有熱情, 訂價如果只有6x萬, 大概才能吸引到人
現在車還掛防撞條 中控設計現在越走越精簡 但她按鈕和塑膠內裝... 外型和 nisson livina有得拚 不過 livina又比它好看一點多了
現在車還掛防撞條 中控設計現在越走越精簡 但她按鈕和塑膠內裝...(恕刪)
排除變速箱的差異, 很多報導試駕的車上用的正是這顆1.6/120匹馬力, 與BMW合作開發的引擎
法國車的底盤調教功力應該沒有太多人敢質疑, 相較於媒體對第三代skoda fabia的低速行駛不平道路的懸吊處理, C3P反而占上風, 除了空間強項, 這種Q軟的懸吊對有小朋友的小家庭應該是個很大的亮點
現在唯一要做的, 就是親自試駕, 看看這具自手排變速箱給人的頓挫感有多嚴重
(事實上, 我試過3008, 頓挫感跟以前開過的手排車差異不大)
WHATCAR "The Citroen wafts along serenely thanks to its supple suspension. The soft set-up does cause the body to bob up and down on undulating roads, but the Picasso doesn’t get too out of shape through tight twists and turns. The steering is usefully light around town, and weights up reassuringly enough at speed – even though it doesn’t offer the same sense of connection you get from a Ford B-Max."
"Although the C3 Picasso is available as a diesel auto in France,only the 1.6 VTi petrol is available in the UK. Still this so called Prince engine,developed jointly between Citroen/Peugeot and BMW is a gem and can be found in almost every model and in the Mini Cooper where it is the engine of choice. Purchased new from Loughborough Citroen at a 30% discount,i'm really pleased. The list of extras and overall quality is probably unmatched and a recent 300 mile drive returned 44 mpg."
"So far My wife and I are extremely pleased with the car. It offers everything we need, all the toys except sat nav, that's an extra I don't need. We have only done 1600 miles so far the fuel consumption over this mileage has been 36.3 mpg, with 49.6 on the motorway on a 200 mile run. It is very comfortable, quiet there is not the wind noise spoken about in the What Car Review, perhaps the build quality has been adjusted."
CarMagazine "The Picasso never felt like a fish out of water on faster runs. The ride is slightly bobblier at high speeds, but most of the time is pillowy soft. I loved its floaty softness on my daily cross-country commute – I just found it a very relaxing place to be, the car gently yawing and pitching thanks to its compliant suspension."
TopGear "Without springing any major surprises, the C3 Picasso doesn’t adhere to the natural assumption you’ll make as soon as you see it – that it handles like it’s sitting on unbridled springs. In fact, it’s largely rather settled, mitigating potholes so that they don’t amplify into the cabin."
AutoExpress "The most striking aspect of the C3 Picasso driving experience is the refinement. Wind, road and engine noise are low, giving the Citroen a big car feel, particularly at motorway speeds. This impression is bolstered by the supple and composed ride, which soaks up even big bumps and potholes. On the other hand, the soft suspension set-up means the C3 Picasso suffers from body roll in the bends."
"The most striking aspect of the C3 Picasso driving experience is the refinement. Wind, road and engine noise are low, giving the Citroen a big car feel, particularly at motorway speeds. This impression is bolstered by the supple and composed ride, which soaks up even big bumps and potholes. On the other hand, the soft suspension set-up means the C3 Picasso suffers from body roll in the bends."