The C-Crosser Enterprise is more car than van. Blacked out windows hide any hint that there might be equipment in the rear of the car. With no seats in the back, there’s ample room to fit in large loads with 2,300 litres of space.
However, the soft-touch liner might not stand up to abuse over time. Interior quality is high and customers won’t feel as though they’re driving a van, as in the front everything resembles the standard car version except for the bulkhead behind the seats.
Customers can switch between two and four-wheel drive with a selector wheel and Citroën’s super torquey 156bhp 2.2-litre HDi manages a good performance while delivering 39.2mpg.