Fake Concern wrote: ↑29 Aug 2017, 20:54I think the C4 (especially the VTS) has plenty of Citroen quirky character. To start with it looks weird on the outside, looks weird on the inside with the big centrally mounted digital speedo and has weird features such as the steering wheel with a hub that stays put as the wheel goes around it, headlights that look around the corners and my favourite the digital rev counter that changes from glowing orange to red as it hits the 7200 rpm redline! Consequently there is a big following on Bookface "Citroen C4UK" and they make an appearance at many car shows throughout the year. I took mine to 3 or 4 shows last year where there were sometimes 10 C4s in attendance. This year I've not been able to go for various reasons, but the club have all been as usual.
The C2 also has a huge following and also attends lots of events.
I suppose it just depends on which shows you go to.
I have to agree here, I'd never really taken a second look at the C4 until recently when I saw one in the scrapyard (doubtless an EGS fault sent it there as the body was only mildly tatty round the back bumper). Having climbed up & into it it made quite the impression, to the point that it's the only "modern" I'd actively seek out if we needed to move on in future. (And yes, I'd probably end up chancing my arm on a cheap EGS model lol)