Citroen’s smallest SUV has seen the axe in Australia, though there’s a new, larger model coming to indirectly fill its place.
The end of the road has arrived early for the Citroen C3 Aircross ‘light’ SUV, with its maker confirming the current model has been discontinued – and that the facelifted version available overseas won’t make it Down Under.
“The Citroen C3 Aircross has been removed from the Australian line-up as we re-evaluate our range to ensure our product offering closely aligns with consumer expectations,” a Citroen Australia spokesperson told Drive.
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