For the money this car is second to none.
If you want 95% of the goodies the VTR has got for well over a grand cheaper plus cheaper running costs, this is the car for you.
Most VTR owners will tell you its nowhere near as good, well, you only need to look at the STATS on the Citroen web page to find out theres not much in it at all.
And yes I've driven all 3. So don't even go there...
The VTR will do 0-60 in 9.4 seconds and the furio in 11.2, which is only 1.8 seconds at the end of the day!!! Plus it comes with actually a BETTER looking interior which doesn't look like someones spilt a tin of paint all over the seats!
Message to VTR drivers: The furio with VTR alloys and lowered 40mm like mine looks every bit as good if not better (when you take a closer look inside), which is why I bought the car, for the LOOKS, if you're going to go on about speed and performance shouldn't you be driving a VTS??? (!)
If I wanted to go for speed the VTR wouldn't be very high up on my shopping list.
But then again who got the best value for money? I rest my case.
The Furio is better matched to the VTR than the VTR is to the 16 valver VTS so why bother with the VTR when you can get a furio.
Don't waste your money, spend the extra cash you'll save on some fancy wheels and lowered suspension to close that gap and it'll look better than a standard VTR anyway.
You know you want to.