Citroen Light 15 Road Test By Stuart Griffith B.E.

October 18, 1953

The Citroen is as stable as it appears possible to make a car under our present design technique. Un-doubtedly the out-standing characteristic of the car is the way it holds on to the road surface, particularly on corners and bends. Although the Citroen was designed in France about 19 years ago, it has persisted essentially in its original form, with the development of features from time to time to keep it up-to-date.

The latest alteration, the tradition of considerable boot space under a “blister” on the tail, will be welcomed by all. The riding comfort of this […]