More practical than the C4 Picasso, the Grand version of it offered seating for 7 occupants, thus it was most appreciated by mid to large families.
While the 3rd row of seats was only suitable for children, all the other occupants enjoyed a roomy cabin with great leg room and head room.
With all seats up, the cargo area was limited, with space for few light bags. However, both the 3rd and the 2nd row seats folded flat, transforming the practical MPV into a van.
However, the upmarket feeling given by the front cabin was far from a van’s. The quality of materials was good and everything looked well put together.
Lots of storage spaces were available inside, including room for a bag between the 2 front seats, as the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso was equipped with an electronic parking brake.
Offering an airy feeling and high visibility with the panoramic windscreen, the cabin was also well insulated, thus turned the MPV into a quiet and refined cruiser. Moreover, an optional pneumatic rear suspension was available with most engine choices.
Not the most pleasant to drive on twisty roads, the Grand Picasso leaned in corners.