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Citroën – Common Problems

The most common Citroën problems

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Problems solved during Citroën’s recalls do not usually determine the reliability of the vehicle itself. Even the common-recalled model can be a good choice, and vice versa.

However, it is good to be informed for what problems the manufacturer has recalled most often. At least to know whether the defect was fixed by the previous owner, when buying a second-hand car. You should check your vehicle VIN with your nearest Citroën dealer using our special page.


The most common Citroën´s problems by model



Useful links

If you wish to know more about possible problems of a specific car (e.g. real mileage, potential traffic accidents damages, odometer rollback, repairs, etc.), then we suggest going to HPI-Check.

Check the vehicle


Common Problems > Citroën Recalls

Citroen-C3-2020-wheel-alignment
28 August 2020

The wheel alignment of the front axle may be incorrect. This may result in unstable road handling of the vehicle, increasing … .

Citroen-Berlingo-2020-track-rods
23 August 2020

The track rods may be damaged when they are under load. This may result in a loss of driving stability, increasing … .

Citroen-SpaceTourer-brake-hose
19 August 2020

The rear brake hoses may have been incorrectly attached and can become damaged. This will impair the braking performance, increasing the … .


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