The Citroen C3 supermini first entered production in 2002, and has since become the company's biggest selling small car. Its height means that the cabin feels airy and spacious, but the high driving position doesn't suit everyone and there's not a lot of space in the back. You either love or hate the C3's distinctive looks - MK2 cars and those that benefitted from the MK1's mid-life refresh look sharp, but early cars look a bit too effeminate for some. The latest model, which was introduced in 2009, is very comfortable, but not really geared towards spirited driving. There's plenty of body roll, and it feels unsettled on all but the smoothest of roads. It's perfectly fine around town though, which is where it'll spend most of its life.