Citroen C-Zero (2010-2018) practicality & boot space
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There’s no ignoring how the 60-mile real-world range hampers how practical the Citroen C-Zero is. If you can charge it reliably at work or at home, then it might prove perfectly adequate, but you’ll always run the risk of being one faulty charging station away from relying on other means of transport.
Passenger space is actually one of the C-Zero’s biggest selling points, with plenty of room for four tall adults thanks to the high roofline. And with five doors, accessibility is very straightforward.
All of the seats can be adjusted to suit an individual’s needs, and the rear seats fold down to increase luggage capacity. With the seats up, the C-Zero provides 166 litres of boot space – enough for a modest supermarket trip – and with the seats down there’s 866 litres of room.
Citroen C-Zero interior space, storage & comfort
Inside, headroom is very good for all passengers thanks to the shape of the car, and although you won’t be able to stretch out, kneeroom and legroom is adequate for six-footers. The C-Zero comes with modest amounts of interior storage, with a glovebox, front door bins, and a folding cup holder.
With the seats in the upright position, the Citroen C-Zero boasts 166 litres of space below the parcel shelf. But with the seats folded down this figure expands to 866 litres, enough for all sorts of cargo.
Compare these dimensions with rivals like the Smart EQ ForFour – which delivers 195 and 975 litres respectively – and the VW e-up!, which manages 250 and 923 litres. There isn’t much of a loading lip on the C-Zero’s boot – making it easy to lift bags in and out – and while the seats don’t fold completely flat, they’re not far off horizontal.