Used Citroen C6 cars for sale

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Citroen C6

2.7 HDi V6 Exclusive 4dr Auto

 
£3,000
2008(57)
£41.09 per month
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  • 82,950
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.7L
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Second-Hand Citroen C6

Used Citroen C6
If you were worried that Citroen had somewhat lost its Mojo in the 1990s and early 2000s, then the C6 was a reminder that this company can think outside the box and produce cars that combine quirkiness with practicality. The Citroen C6 may have first launched in 2006, but it draws inspiration from a range originally designed in 1928. Back then, the C6 was the height of automotive luxury and shipped tens of thousands of examples at a time when this was rare, with endorsements from public figures helping to spread the word. The modern-day Citroen C6 got off to a bit of a slow start. But on the used market it has become a bit of a gem largely because of its reliable mechanical elements.

What You Get
The base models all come with a delightfully smooth Hydractive suspension, along with air conditioning that is divided into two zones, nine airbags, Xenon lights and a comprehensive onboard computer that monitors virtually every aspect of the car, including the pressure of the tyres. It looks great both on the inside and the outside and is an awesome saloon car that you be proud to drive. It's practical, reliable and refined, making the used Citroen C6 a fine choice for anyone wanting to drive in style and comfort.

How it Drives
The V6 engines, available in either petrol or diesel variants, are both decently powerful without being completely over the top, although there is a smaller 2.2 litre HDi option available. The Hydractive suspension is particularly impressive as it manages to keep the car completely level in corners and will iron out even the bumpiest tracks, all without needing driver input. Thanks to its size, a second-hand C6 makes driving the family around quite easy.

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