Citroën C3 Aircross driven, rated, and reviewed at the Australian Launch.

Quirky Citroën was once a leader. Its innovations saw patents aplenty. Ride and handling were always at the top of the list of must-haves, but all has not been rosy.

Last year Citroën sold a petite 495 cars. Petite is charming, unless you’re talking about car sales.

This year has been just as dire. Only 87 cars have been sold for the first quarter of 2019. Sister brand, Peugeot has done little better. Considering the size of the brands in Europe and China, Citroën deserves to do better. That makes me mad. Why? French cars are well made and fun to drive. Not only that, they are good value.

For some reason, Australians just don’t get it. Well listen up kids, I’ve got news for you.

Sure, there have been mistake The diabolical semi-automatic transmission for example. This device of torture was the devil’s work, and had passeng