TURIN – For those who like small cars with a clear-cut personality and a touch of French character – and only occasional luggage capacity – the all-new Citroen C2 is an intriguing prospect. The all-new C2 is by no means an all-around family car: Citroen has designed the 5-door C3 and the derivative Pluriel to that purpose. The C2 is a much shorter, narrower and lower sister of the C3, of which it shares a platform and 60% of its components. This is not by chance but by design. Citroen ...

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